Restorative Justice means having to say your sorry…

But not really mean it.

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    The Vancouver Police Department are kind of dopes.
    You don’t put witnesses in to those kinds of positions by asking them ANYTHING in front of suspects.

    • Exile1981

      I don’t think they ever want to do the paperwork. Look at the number of drug dens around vancouver

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        I haven’t been there in over twenty years.
        It looked fine in 1993, but hey, didn’t we all!

        • Exile1981

          23 more years and a lot more mileage on my chassis since 93.

          I was there for the expo in 86, then a few trips in the 90’s then a bunch of time in the early 2000’s for work. I can’t actually say I’ve been there since 2001. The last time I stayed my hotel had a lovely view out one window of the bay and out the other window of an alley where hookers and johns shared needles and capitalism was engaged in.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Classic Vancouver, where even the junkies were polite!
            Gotta love it! 😉

    • Nothin like putting the the victim at risk.

    • Solo712

      I am surprised the shop attendant was not arrested and jailed for disturbing the peace.

  • ntt1

    Vancouver no longer has a police force or even a “service” what we have are social workers with the power to use deadly force.

  • Make the criminal pay back what he has stolen or damaged, not apologise like a sullen teen-ager. He’ll only return to harm the witness, anyway.