April 16, 2016

The courts coddle repeat drug pushers

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder
 

Brian exposes how soft the courts truly are when it comes to drug dealers. You won't believe the very light mandatory minimum they just struck down or their reasoning.

Also on the program, time to stop using families dealing with Autism as a political football. Brian chats with Elias Elzein from the podcast Three in the Key about Kobe Bryant retiring and while taking your calls, Brian asks for cigar advice.

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commented 2016-04-18 01:45:25 -0400
Andrew Stephenson yes they do coddle them. You have never lived in the real world.
commented 2016-04-17 20:23:45 -0400
Would be offenders, that is.
commented 2016-04-17 20:22:15 -0400
Everything is coming up liberal in Canada. Sask the only province that is not run by Libs or NDP, same thing in my book , the judges, university profs, the PM, CBC, CTV, newspapers, journalists, all liberals. Our Conservative values, opinions, ideas slowly shrinking & it’s getting tougher & tougher to make ourselves heard. Socialism & political correctness is rampant now & this is not going away fast.
Even with crime, the judges are wishy washy & side with the criminal, nice message to send our youth & old be offenders. No justice seems to be the norm.
commented 2016-04-17 14:23:25 -0400
No, they don’t “coddle them”. Repeat offenders – the ones you actually need to worry about- generally get sentences greater than the one year mandatory minimum. Frankly, if you’re in favour of mandatory minimums, then one year is pitifully short anyway.

This law is neither here nor there, and has no reason to exist.
commented 2016-04-16 19:44:10 -0400
I read a blog by a guy just two days ago on this subject. I have come to respect him as I have read several of his comments. Basically, he said that when it comes to drug dealers they will often get very lenient sentences because many of the judges use illegal drugs and they actually know the drug dealer appearing before the judge. In some cases the drug dealer is supplying the judge who is handling his court case. It goes deeper. Many of the lawyers are aware and are players in this system of quick trials and they get their payment from the government. Drug dealers often get charged multiple times and this is a good money making scheme for the lawyers. The financial loser is the tax payer. Big surprise.
There was one other part of the blog that I remember. The blogger stated that a female secretary had told him that her lawyer boss was sexually harassing her. The secretary stated that her boss said go ahead and file a complaint, I know the judges and they will just throw it out and you will never get a secretary job again. It appears the judicial system in Edmonton is totally rotten. I know many of the drunk drivers who cause death are continuously getting very low sentences and this is pissing off the families of the dead victims.
commented 2016-04-16 17:52:21 -0400
No I don’t support Trudeau…I am a card carrying member of the Conservative Party….unlike the Liberals we are permitted to disagree on points of policy. As a Libertarian I am against the nanny statist approach on bad habits….Brian Lilly likes his liver rotting beer and complains about statist inteference on that topic.
commented 2016-04-16 17:41:34 -0400
Freeing drug dealers is good for misery. And more misery equals more work for courts, social workers, goobamint run healthcare and politicians’ best friends – other lawyers.

The fact that murderers are freed (drugs beget violence or so say the stats, but what the fk do stats mean anyway) is of no consequence to libranos – the libranos get their kickback from the unions for setting up the “catch and release” industry.

This is one of the fundamental reasons why Canada is a joke of a society and because the sheeple believe the media party, the problem doesn’t exist – unless of court your social network is hurt by the “catch and release” industry.

Foul, disgusting libranos. Next time you vote Canada, ask if it is worth putting your family and neighbourhood at risk in order to get your dose of socialism.
commented 2016-04-16 14:43:29 -0400
glen spoken like a true trudope supporter
commented 2016-04-16 14:30:35 -0400
Brian…the Judges know that the penal system is overcrowded and do not see the point of incarcerating people for non-violent crime.

Besides chronic drug peddlars on a small scale are the primary source of information for the police on the drug trade generally.