It's time to scrap the Youth Criminal "inJustice Act".
-- BRAMPTON -- One of four alleged gang members who are charged with killing Brampton teen Akila Bandhanage was celebrating his 18th birthday on the day of the murder.Looks like we just got this animal by the hair on his chinny-chin-chin. One for the good guys.
Omari White, who turned 18 on Sept. 28 and lost the protection of the Youth Criminal Justice Act by a matter of hours, appeared briefly in court yesterday but was remanded in custody until another appearance Thursday.
Police said all four suspects are known to them and allege they are members of a local Bloods crew.
Let's face it, though... the only way society can put the brakes on all this savagery... is to exact a harsh penalty.
And anybody, regardless of their age... who doesn't appreciate that savagely murdering an innocent bystander is wrong... should be locked up for the rest of their life.
That isn't going to happen under a Liberal government.