Re: "Riot justice, dead whales mystify me," the Now, June 14.
Michael Booth's interesting and timely column would have had even more impact if you'd compared the British courts to B.C.'s.
After four days of rioting over there, about 1,800 defendants have been charged, receiving sentences as long as four years for inciting to riot.
Only one appeal has been upheld. We've managed just one conviction so far.
What are they doing right that we cannot emulate?
R. M. Strang, Surrey