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Jamie Bacon sentenced to 18 years less time served for role in Surrey Six gang killings

Phil C. McNasty

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A ridiculously light sentence for killing 6 people. Should have been given 6X25 years = 150 years
 
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It would be awesome if the mom goes vigilante on these scumbags.

I agree, I would love to see more stuff like that.

Back in the 80's, there was a kid who abducted by his Karate teacher. The abducter brought him to Disneyland, but also molested him for a week. The FBI found them and the man was being extradited back to the state he was from. They off boarded the plane with the FBI agents escorting the cuffed man through the airport to an LE vehicle. The father of the kid was dressed up in a disguise and waited in a part of the airport they were going pass through pretending to talk to someone on a pay phone. When they did cross his path, the went over and shot the Karate teacher in the head.

I think the guy did like a year or two. Totally worth it if the law's not going to punish the original criminal properly.
 
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Dangerous Offender status generally gets applied after one has been convicted. It's usually a separate process.
 

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The reason for the light sentence was because there was a major police fuck up.

It's a miracle he got any time at all...
 

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All cops that were part of the fuck up should be fired if that's the case.
Not only, they were also charge criminally

A special prosecutor has approved charges including breach of trust and obstruction of justice against four RCMP officers involved in the investigation of a 2007 gangland slaying that left six dead in a Surrey, B.C., highrise.

Christopher Considine has approved a total of 20 charges against officers Sgt. Derek Brassington, Staff Sgt. David Attew, Cpl. Paul Johnston and Cpl. Danny Michaud.

RCMP Chief Supt. Janice Armstrong said she was deeply disappointed in the officers.

 
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