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From: Pay_the_Piper 
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Sent: Sunday, June 29, 2008 1:00 PM
Subject:  [CANADIAN_CONSTITUTION] Punishment


Does anyone have a way of differentiating between the use of the streets of 
Canada as constitutionally lawful instruments of extreme punishment for 
political purpose vs. constitutionally proscribed cruel and unusual 
punishment?

The Ethics Committee of Parliament? (cc'd)

PtP 



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