It’s a universal rule of politics, whether it be in communist China or in liberal, democratic Canada, that no matter how bad the crime rate is you never, ever, criticise the police. Unless it can be shown that police officers are deliberately falling flat in their duties or guilty of gross misconduct, it is deemed electoral suicide for a politician to admonish the forces of the state. Instead, the focus of politicians’ indignation is always...
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