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Well, it took such a short amount of time. Former Ontario A-G, Michael Bryant, crusader against pit bulls and all dogs resembling them, is now penning a book about HIS “descent into a kind of hell.”
This man makes my blood boil. He really does.
Anything to make a buck, even if it’s at the expense of dragging the family of the late Mr. Sheppard through Bryant’s filthy muck again. And you have to love the publisher’s (Diane Turbide of Penguin Canada) spin on things. You’ll have to read the nauseating remarks yourself at the National Post’s site, or any of the main Ontario sites that are carrying this story.
You see, “…everything changed for the Harvard-educated lawyer, politician, and CEO that night when his car dragged Darcy Sheppard, resulting in Mr. Sheppard’s death.”
So through 28 Seconds (the name of the book) Bryant will explain the justice system to us, as he says so eloquently, perhaps hoping that some of us may feel some pittance of sympathy for him.
It’s important to pass along lessons learned regarding our justice system. I’m ready to speak to these very personal issues.
I find it unbelievably ironic now, as I did at the time, that our former A-G was the one who brought about legislation against pit bulls in this province – and any dogs resembling pit bulls – because – are you ready for this? They were dangerous! He brought about legislation, despite being unable to identify the very breed of dog he was banning.
Diane Turbide and Penguin Canada ought to be ashamed to be associated with a book that will profit from the death of Mr. Sheppard. To offset profits, however, a “portion” of the profits will go towards the Pine River Foundation. What “portion” is not revealed. If it were to be a hefty portion, I’m sure they’d make that known immediately.
Michael Bryant, quite simply, disgusts me.