Don’t go out intoxicated

News report had criticized conduct of Hazelton RCMP

Dear Sir:

Upon waking to the news on Tuesday morning October 30, one of the stories being reported really makes me question the level of intelligence we have walking among us.

The person being quoted was amongst a group of protestors in Hazelton that were upset with the conduct of the RCMP with one of their friends when she was out in the community while publicly intoxicated.

Her complaint was the “unacceptable and unaccountable behaviour of the RCMP officer. I would like to offer this incensed person some good sound accountable and acceptable advice they can pass on to the rest of their friends, “When you’re intoxicated, stay home.”

Kim Croot, Terrace, BC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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