Breaking news – Supreme Court of Canada has officially lost its mind.

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled the onus is on the Crown to prove youth crimes deserve adult sentences.   The High Court says young people should be presumed to be less morally culpable for their crimes than adults.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2008/05/16/scoc-onus.html

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080516.wscoc0516/BNStory/Front/home

At some point, we must all stop making excuses and start holding young offenders accountable. Stiffer penalties will send a clear message that age is not a reason to excuse criminal and violent actions. Read more on my reasoning here:

https://lailayuile.wordpress.com/2007/12/14/michael-levy-attackers-have-varied-and-interesting-history-youth-justice-act-fails-again/ 

2 Comments on “Breaking news – Supreme Court of Canada has officially lost its mind.

  1. While the Supreme Court tries to figure out if they should all be fluently bilingual, violent youth crime in Canada has risen over 30 percent since 1991 according to Statistics Canada. And of course random sniffer dogs in a bus station is now taboo. Talk about your head up your ass.

  2. With that said, I’m sure everyone within the high court has a very low rate of colan cancer, due to the above mentioned self -screening…