Police lay charges, the crown prosecutes them.
A charge is not a conviction, neither is it actually evidence of any wrongdoing.
The fact is it is far easier for police to make some good "public Service " hay out of confiscating guns from retailers and legal owners than it is for them to go after actual criminals.
They can line up all their "seized weapons" take nice photos of them.. and comment how they "got guns off the streets" and still make it home for dinner.
Investigating crimes, and arresting dangerous criminals is actual work.. and could be dangerous.
They get paid the same regardless of who they arrest.
This is not a "airsoft" story.. This is yet another "lazy ass public service employee" story
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Last edited by Brian McIlmoyle; December 15th, 2011 at 17:51..