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Old 06-16-2012, 05:56 PM   #2926
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No he'll have to do minimum half the time he got sentenced with before he is even eligible for parole,that's if he behaves himself inside.

There is no such thing as only doing a month in jail if you get sentenced to 17 months.If that's the case,the guy that got a month in jail for his sentence,he only has to do 48 hours and he's out?
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He was a youth when the riots took place. Count him among the "16 youths"
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The sentencing hearing for a UBC student who admitted her role in last year's Stanley Cup riot, has been postponed.

But it appears the Crown wants Camille Cacnio to spend some time behind bars.

She was caught on camera stealing a pair of men's tuxedo pants, and was soon fired from her job at Burrard Acura.

Then her online apology was criticized because many felt she was making excuses.

Now, CKNW has learned the Crown wants one of the most recognizable rioters to spend 2-months in jail.

21-year-old Cacnio pleaded guilty to participating in a riot-and-break and enter.

Earlier this month, 20-year-old Emmanuel Alviar was given a 1-month sentence for his role in the riot, which lasted over several hours.

Crown wanted him to go to jail for four months.
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^I don't know......... part of me says, good, but part of me says, it's a little harsh for a girl who isn't a hard core criminal. I kind of feel sorry for her. Community service time? I think she has learned her lesson. No need to completely destroy her life. Just my opinion.

The courts should make an example of some of the others who have a history of being drunken, disorderly hoodlums. What about that jerkface who rioted at the Vancouver Olympics? Obiki or whatever he calls himself. That guy should be neutered and raped multiple times in prison.
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Blind justice. Do the crime do the time. I don't think you should handpick leniency based on her being female and not having a prior record. I know that sounds harsh and we should look to restorative justice, but there has to be a precedent.

I don't buy this "got caught up" in the moment nonesense. If I was there, I would have felt so embarrassed that people were doing this. You give people an inch (public squares to watch games outside) they take a mile (being drunk in public and rioting).
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Blind justice. Do the crime do the time. I don't think you should handpick leniency based on her being female and not having a prior record. I know that sounds harsh and we should look to restorative justice, but there has to be a precedent.

I don't buy this "got caught up" in the moment nonesense. If I was there, I would have felt so embarrassed that people were doing this. You give people an inch (public squares to watch games outside) they take a mile (being drunk in public and rioting).
I know what you mean by being embarrassed. I had friends who were downtown that night and they left just after it started. They didn't want to even be associated with the crowd.

As for the leniency, I think any is bullshit. You broke shit or stole from broken shops? You should be getting the allotted time anyone else would be given.
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^I don't know......... part of me says, good, but part of me says, it's a little harsh for a girl who isn't a hard core criminal. I kind of feel sorry for her. Community service time? I think she has learned her lesson. No need to completely destroy her life. Just my opinion.

The courts should make an example of some of the others who have a history of being drunken, disorderly hoodlums. What about that jerkface who rioted at the Vancouver Olympics? Obiki or whatever he calls himself. That guy should be neutered and raped multiple times in prison.
I thought about this too but then again, I just re-read her original apology and how it was filled with excuses and qualifiers.

Blazing Cat Fur: The Amazing Unedited Apology Of Vancouver Rioter Camille Cacnio
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I wonder if she would have had a lesser sentence if she had pleaded not guilty and gone to trial.
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Doubtful because of all the evidence. She would probably get a tougher sentence if she pleaded not guilty.
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Then make her pay - dollars.

Prison time doesn't solve anything. Leave that for murderers, rapists, child molesters, and wife beaters.


Being in prison costs taxpayers money.......... have her work at Habitat for Humanity, the Sally Ann, clean up the streets, whatever..........
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It does. Jail time is a deterrent that signals to people that what the rioters did is contrary to what society wants. If she is given a slap on the wrist then people won't truly be scared of rioting because they know the consequences aren't that bad.

It's telling people that if you don't want to go to jail don't riot.
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Riot and you have to pay $100,000 sounds pretty good to me.

But then again, 2 months of some real prison sounds pretty good too. I don't know how scary Canadian jail is but it probably isn't friendly.
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Riot and you have to pay $100,000 sounds pretty good to me.

But then again, 2 months of some real prison sounds pretty good too. I don't know how scary Canadian jail is but it probably isn't friendly.
Yeah, and I'm sure doubly so for a girl that tried to save the trees that night.
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Riot and you have to pay $100,000 sounds pretty good to me.

But then again, 2 months of some real prison sounds pretty good too. I don't know how scary Canadian jail is but it probably isn't friendly.
What this says is that rich people can do what they want... Not very fair to everyone. Jail time is the equalizer.
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Read it on Global News: Global BC | Stanley Cup rioter caught on tape avoids jail time
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Anyone know what the difference was in his case? Underage at the time or something?
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Canada-wide warrant issued for suspected rioter from Seattle



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Camille's fate: 'no jail time'

No jail time for Stanley Cup rioter - News1130

VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) - A UBC graduate who looted during the Stanley Cup riot has been sentenced, but will not serve any jail time.

Camille Cacnio of Richmond stole two pairs of size 42 men's tuxedo pants and a tie during the riot. The 23-year-old has been given two years of probation and will have to abide by a one-year curfew. She will also have to complete 150 hours of community service.

The judge in the case ruled Cacnios' limited participation and public vilification by the news media and social media have had a greater punishing effect.

Cacnio wrote a blog explaining her actions in the days after the riot. But in light of more negative reaction, she replaced it with an apology.

The court heard she was harassed at her UBC classes by other students. She's been fired from a total of three jobs.

Crown had been asking for 15 to 30 days to be served in jail on weekends while the defence sought a conditional discharge.
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I think that that sentence is fair. She's had enough punishment and I'm sure she's learned her lesson.
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Yeah, I'm okay with that decision. Month in jail would've been a cherry on top but it's a fair deal.
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in all honesty that sentence is rather steep/harsh for what someone would typically get
not to mention she's already been vilified by her own community and lost her job etc etc
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^ agreed, no reason for her to have to be in jail. she didn't assault anyone and she has already gotten enough punishment.
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