1. Say one thing
2. Do another
3. Pass the buck
He said his officers will deal with everyone who breaks the law: "It is a shared responsibility. We count on everyone to be respectful, observe the laws of the land and be of good behaviour. And I can tell you honestly those that don't will have to be dealt with. And we will."
Sounds good until...
"The police are not in the business of occupying land or holding land -- we are in the business of preserving the peace," he said. "This will not be resolved by police, but multi-levels of government."
(And we know what "preserve the peace" means.)
The newly appointed OPP commissioner said his job in Caledonia is to keep the peace and it's up to "multi levels of government" to resolve the complex issue.
(i.e. Not my job.)
*Sigh* The two-tier justice system in Ontario continues.
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Kitchener Conservative weighs in with McGuinty and Caledonia: Show me the money.