He’s not my hero.
So the copper who got the van killer in Toronto to surrender without firing a shot is considered a hero? Not in my book he isn’t.
That killer who mowed down all those innocent people should have died in a hail of bullets, or better yet, someone should have tossed a grenade into the cab.
Now, because of the “good cop” we will spend millions on this waste of space trying to figure out why he did what he did.
I can tell you why: some people are simply pure evil.
Now we will have our Canadian limp legal system all fired up; the parole board taking notes and getting all excited, the gutless judges getting the legal beavers looking for precedents, the lawyers phoning and rounding up the so-called specialists, and the shrinks going through the so-called “good books” looking for a sympathetic reason.
Yeah, he probably heard voices telling him to do the killings. And haven’t we all heard that one before?
Don Smithyman, Oliver