Cops next to feel public wrath? It can be tough enforcing laws, but that’s why they get our tax money

“We’ll never know whether the crime wave we saw on Wednesday meets the test of terrorism, because that would require the police to lay such charges.

They didn’t. They were too busy providing convoy-style escorts to protesters shutting down the Ambassador Bridge to the U.S., or joining in the drumming circles of various blockades, as a Sarnia police officer did late last month.