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October 26, 2012

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Relayer

What is it with Ontario prosecutors? And STILL they're going after Ian Thomson for having the nerve to defend himself and his home from a late-night molotov cocktail attack. Something is very, very wrong in the Ontario legal system. Heads need to roll, and charges of malicious prosecution need to be laid.

Scott M

It's an absolute travesty that charges were laid in the first place. The Crown's admission that there was no reasonable prospect of conviction is not a vindication of the right to defend oneself, it just means they didn't think a judge, or a judge and jury, would convict the accused if it went to trial. This doesn't negate the fact that we still need a "castle doctrine" in this country.

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