Three things from the May 17 Spec

The Hamilton Spectator - - OPINION -

RE: Cur­rent events

1. Re­gard­ing the need for civil­ian over­sight of po­lice: Why not in­cor­po­rate an ex­ec­u­tive MBA com­po­nent into po­lice train­ing?

2. When mur­der does not mean life in prison, the Pa­role Board of Canada, de facto, has usurped judges in sen­tenc­ing.

3. When traf­fic is de­layed for seven hours on the 403 due to a fa­tal what­ever, the body should be re­moved im­me­di­ately as would have been the case if the vic­tim were still alive. Coroner be damned. Dou­glas L. Martin, Hamil­ton

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