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  • #2
    I think this is referred to as "the ketchup (or catsup) bandit rule eh?" in Canada. Apparently there is no statute of limitations. There's a second case pending for an officer who has been dead for 17 years on the same charge. No justice no peace!

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    • #3
      What the hells the charge? That's not even assault!
      "Life is not about how hard you can hit, it's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving foward"- Rocky Balboa

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Interceptor View Post
        What the hells the charge? That's not even assault!
        The prosecutor keeps calling it assault when I do the same thing to ladies in front of me in line at hot dog stands.








        But, seriously... this is really weird one.

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        • #5
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          • #6
            But the exchange rate is great if you want to hit the casinos.
            Last edited by just joe; 10-06-2015, 08:43 AM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Cannady View Post
              There's a second case pending for an officer who has been dead for 17 years on the same charge.
              Wait, do you mean the same charge as in how sentencing and restitution are determined, or another ketchup accusation?

              Having never been raided or charged with dozens of felonies I don't know much about the process.

              But it seems like a glob of ketchup is a strange detail to still feel violated over 17-42 years later when stacked up against my home being trashed, years of routine cavity searches
              by COs and larger inmates, financially decimated by legal fees, and public humiliation from the world reading about my myriad stupid decisions that caused it all.
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              • #8
                Victoria has no statute of limitations for indictable offences. If I gave someone a bleeding nose I could be arrested for it now or in 50 years time.

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                • #9
                  One of the many reasons I don't live in Canada and never will.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Steve856
                    Victoria in Canada, or Victoria in Australia?
                    I'm going to make a WAG & say that he means Victoria in Australia since it says "Melbourne, Australia" directly below his avatar.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Steve856
                      Victoria in Canada, or Victoria in Australia?
                      The second one...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mulgrave600 View Post
                        Victoria has no statute of limitations for indictable offences. If I gave someone a bleeding nose I could be arrested for it now or in 50 years time.
                        What would the required standard of proof reqiured to prove something from so long ago, especially against a respected officer? How would witnesses even prove they were around back then?

                        And I would hope you have no less rights or any disparity in burden of proof required when you're the injured party?
                        "Every day should include a perfectly grilled thick steak, freshly roasted coffee and seats on the 50-yardline.

                        Oh, and bacon. It should start with bacon."
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                        Just look at the Seattle Seahawks 1976-2010, compared to 2011-present. (and yes, I've been a fan that long)

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by foodnerd View Post
                          What would the required standard of proof reqiured to prove something from so long ago, especially against a respected officer? How would witnesses even prove they were around back then?

                          And I would hope you have no less rights or any disparity in burden of proof required when you're the injured party?
                          No, all the usual rules of evidence apply. There must be sufficient evidence to prove the charge beyond reasonable doubt and the accused is presumed innocent.

                          It's becoming quite common to prosecute for old offences now as historic child sexual abuse comes to light.

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