How could po­lice do noth­ing?

The Hamilton Spectator - - Comment -

B.C.’s pipe­line protest is just an­other ex­am­ple of the ma­jor­ity of law abid­ing cit­i­zens be­ing con­trolled by so few. In the pic­ture that was pre­sented, you can see that there are buses, cars, ser­vice ve­hi­cles all lined up and stopped by way less than the 200 peo­ple that were said to lead this protest. How is it that the po­lice are just stand­ing there do­ing noth­ing? All I can say is: re­mem­ber Cale­do­nia. There is no way this kind of protest should be tol­er­ated.

Gary M. Ross, Hamil­ton

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