St. Catharines city council is adding its voice to community members who are unhappy that animal abuse charges were dropped against a local veterinarian.
Councillors unanimously passed a motion Monday night to send their objections to criminal charges being withdrawn against Dr. Mahavir Rekhi to Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General.
They are also asking for a written explanation from the Crown as to why the charges were dropped.
That does nothing. This is a pointless gesture in the face of absolutist law from activist judges and incompetent lawyers.
But it looks good to the voters.