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What about the dealers

Re: Charges could be brought

A man holds a party and gets jailed for breaking provincial health orders. The judge of that case warns all British Columbians that if they hold a party, and a person that attended that party dies of Covid the host may face a manslaughter charge.

We are constantly reminded of the “other health emergency," the opioid crisis. Why are drug dealers not charged with manslaughter when the drugs they sell are killing thousands of people? That doesn’t make the scales of justice appear to balanced to me, they appear to have a slant of hypocrisy underpinned by another case of Covid fear mongering.

Peter Kane



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