To Serve And Protect Regina Style

"A man who received a $175 traffic ticket for unbuckling his seatbelt to give change to what turned out to be a police officer posing as a panhandler is likely to think twice before giving to the less fortunate again.
Dane Rusk was driving away from a mall in Regina on Wednesday when he spotted what he thought was a panhandler on the side of the road."

 “...Intersections are probably one of the most critical areas when it comes to accidents obviously, and our high-volume intersections are ones that we tend to target,” said Insp. Evan Bray. “So we will run random intersection projects throughout the city."

So this "project" - and let's call this for what it is; a cash grab and has nothing to do with public safety - is to lure people who were not breaking the law into committing an infraction by preying on their good intentions and humanity?


1 comment:

  1. One could create a whole new category of "conspiracy theories" around just the antics of some of law enforcement alone.


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