Solution to keep thieves of the streets offered

We keep reading about thieves that judges keep putting back on our streets. What’s with the judges?

Dear Editor,

We keep reading about thieves that judges keep putting back on our streets.

What’s with the judges?

Do they have personal interests for letting them walk freely among us law abiding citizens?

I have the perfect solution to deal with the thieving problem and now is a great time to do it.

We do a trade. For ever refugee we take in, we trade a thief and a judge.

The new prince of Ottawa has been sending empty planes to refugee camps for pickups, but he might as well have the planes full both ways. Then as the thieving problem levels itself out we could do the same with crooked politicians.

Ray Barrette,

Winfield

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