What else would you call it when an Iraqi seeking asylum in Austria rapes a 10-year-old boy at a Vienna swimming pool, is convicted, but has his conviction overturned (because the judge bought his arguments that he thought the lad was consenting--or at least was not opposed--to the attack)?
I wouldn't exactly call it the sound of justice, would you?
Madness! Madness--and cowardice--all around. At some point, the people--you know, those in whom sovereignty resides in a democratic state--must take matters into their own hands. That is what the Second Amendment of the U. S. Constitution is all about . . . and, surely, the great Common Law tradition of Canadians and other members of the Anglosphere shall point at least some of them in the same direction.
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