Everyone’s House is His Castle and Fortress


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This article is intended as a companion piece to Christopher di Armani’s September 28th post titled Ontario Crown Counsel and OPP Finally Find Some Common Sense. “There exists a law, not written down anywhere but inborn in our hearts; a

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Intruder invades a man’s home, but it’s the home owner who gets charged with aggravated assault


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In what’s becoming a disgusting and disturbing pattern across Canada, it’s once again the law-abiding citizen that is being charged, not the criminal.  Ontario police and Crown prosecutors appear to have an incredible bias against anyone actually defending themselves, their

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Bill C-60 — citizen’s arrest and defences of property and persons


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Prime Minister Stephen Harper was in Toronto Thursday to announce the introduction of a government bill, C-60, that would, in theory, prevent honest citizens like Toronto store owner David Chen from being abused by our legal system. Officially the title

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Why do we reward criminals?


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Take, for example, the case of the Toronto storekeeper David Chen.  The crack addict who stole from him was sentenced to 90 days, but as soon as he was to testify for the Crown against Chen, his sentence was dropped

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