GayandRight

My name is Fred and I am a gay conservative living in Ottawa. This blog supports limited government, the right of the State of Israel to live in peace and security, and tries to expose the threat to us all from cultural relativism, post-modernism, and radical Islam. I am also the founder of the Free Thinking Film Society in Ottawa (www.freethinkingfilms.com)

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

More outrage from Caledonia...

A very serious crime...and a very light sentence...
Mr. Gualtieri was a construction worker who was developing four homes at the Stirling South subdivision, located a kilometre from the disputed territory. On Sept. 13, 2007, Mr. Gualtieri and members of his work crew arrived at one of those houses, and found three natives inside. A confrontation ensued, and Richard Smoke, a then-18-year-old native man, began to fight with Mr. Gualtieri while his underage companions fled. When Mr. Gualtieri’s work crew entered the half-built home, they found him badly injured on the ground, while Smoke beat him with a piece of lumber he was swinging with both arms.

Mr. Gualtieri suffered severe injuries to his face and head, and sustained permanent brain damage. To this day, he has trouble reading, speaks slowly and walks with difficulty. He has not been able to return to work.

The guilt of the assailant, Richard Smoke, has been established by the courts — he was found guilty of break and enter and aggravated assault in September. And no one disputes the seriousness of the crime: Judge Alan Whitten described the assault against Mr. Gualtieri to have been “just a notch below culpable homicide.” He added that this “very serious and grave offence” did not advance “any ideology or idea” — was not politically motivated, in other words. It was a brutal assault, well removed from the actual occupation, and one that continues to have lasting ramifications for Mr. Gualtieri, who will, as Judge Whitten wrote, “live life as a brain-damaged man.”

Yet Smoke’s lawyer argued that her client was raised in a culture of racism, and negatively impacted by the legacy of the residential school system (of which Smoke himself was never a part, having been born a full 15 years after the last residential school in Ontario closed). She asked Judge Whitten to consider the “aboriginal perspective” when determining Smoke’s sentence.

Consider it, Judge Whitten most certainly did. For a vicious assault on an unarmed man who was going about his lawful business on private property, Smoke was sentenced to only two years and 11 months. With time served, Smoke will serve less than two years behind bars for a crime even Judge Whitten believes was barely below intentional murder.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

An appeal is mandatory. Since the offence occurred on nativelands maybe the Feds have jurisdiction. Hope so because Mcguinty probably too gutless to authorize an appeal.

3:20 PM  
Blogger Patsplace said...

All folks with two eyes and a nose know that Smoke will do it again.

5:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Disgracful! Did not the origional story mention that the criminals were trying to get the builder to give them a payoff?
This guy sounds like he is a member of a criminal organization.
Is that not an aggravating factor.
I don't care who his momma, grandmomma were. This calls for serious time or people are going to have to start looking out for their own protection.

6:25 PM  
Anonymous Sean M said...

Absolutely appalling! Welcome to Trudeauvia, where some tribes are more equal then others. The fact Smoke is an Indian shouldn't matter one bit... if someone in Canada takes a 2x4 and tries to kill someone else by smashing them over the head with it, they should be punished accordingly... Think if it was the other way around, and a "white guy" took up a 2x4 and smashed in the skull of an innocent indian, on the indians property... what would other indians think when the "Judge" essentially said it was reasonable... The screams of racism would be loud and clear, and those screaming it would be absolutely right! This A-Hole of a "Judge" has basically said that the terrorism of Caladonia was justified, setting the precedent for more of such lawlessness in the future. The viciousness and sociopathic ignorance of Smoke is only out done by the colossal blind stupidity of the judiciary. An utter disgrace!

9:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

beat the shit out of this smoke ahole and let him wander around for the rest of his life with a malfunctioning brain. we are already paying him to do nothing at least he would no longer be a threat to anyone.

10:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Judges love ethnic or religious mitigation.

Consider the case of four Muslims in Britain who, while guilty of beating up a woman and screaming "kill the white slag", were not charged with a racially motivated crime but given suspended sentences. Why? Because alcohol is an unusual intoxicant in Islamic culture.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/features/3990071/I-darent-go-out-since-race-attack.html

2:11 PM  

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