That rough touch was what the Liberals needed and Holland complied, telling reporters that he felt "absolutely" no obligation to return the files.
That alone is sufficient to prosecute him. I realize that Canuckistan operates under a different set of laws, as becomes a country quite recently a "dominion".
Conspiracy, aiding-and-abetting crimes must surely exist in your country.
The individuals, whose privacy were grossly violated can certainly sue his ass, no?
As an aside, the brain-dead conservatives who allowed the crime to be committed should also be prosecuted for incompetence.
Is it too much to expect that this idiocy will never be repeated?
I know, we have our own problems in the US. A certain senator was never prosecuted for stealing almost a thousand FBI files on individuals when she was Mrs. First Rapist. I completely believe that some residual political benefits are still being enjoyed by our resident criminals. But we're working on that, seeking backbone and ball transplants for our domestic Republicans.
posted on 04/24/2007 10:46:21 AM PDT
(MSM: Israelis are killed by rockets; Lebanese are killed by Israelis.)
"Conspiracy, aiding-and-abetting crimes must surely exist in your country."
Sadly, the likelihood & of that happening & Holland receiving an appropriate sentence 'enjoy' roughly the same odds & for the same reasons as Nancy Pelossi facing proper charges - starting with treason - over her recent activities in Syria.
Probably, the best that can be hoped for is some sort of slap-on-the wrist Parliamentary sanctions against Holland & his fellow Liberal MP sidekick with whatever positive PR 'victory' the msm allows us over same.
Liberal & Rat membership cards have "get out of jail free" printed on the backs:
- just ask slick Willie ... or try committing blatant perjury & obstruction yourself & note the results - LOL!
posted on 04/24/2007 11:04:51 AM PDT
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