NCR defence expected at trial for suspect in Toronto van attack

NCR defence expected at trial for suspect in Toronto van attack 1

 

Criminal defence lawyer Monte MacGregor discusses the trial and using a not criminally responsible defence.

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19 Comments on "NCR defence expected at trial for suspect in Toronto van attack"

  1. He had a plan. So how can they use N.C.R ?

    • Preston Fontana | November 10, 2020 at 3:41 PM | Reply

      The defense needs to try something, right? Even if it’s a hell of a hail Mary, so prone to failure it approaches certainty kind of thing.

    • The courts these days recall all kinds of crimes on technical details that had nothing at all to do with the crime, its backwards and sad

  2. Lets see he rented the van, he drove the van, hmmmmmm

  3. Donna Stillwell | November 10, 2020 at 12:48 PM | Reply

    This is terrible so anyone can go out and kill and their defence is NCR – stupid

  4. I thought he hailed the supreme gentleman? I guess he was mad when he posted that before he went out there on a mass murder spree smh

  5. He does not deserve to be featured on a thumbnail after what he has done.

  6. NCR isn’t given out lightly. A forensic psychiatrist have to assess you and deem you NCR. That process isn’t easy

  7. Witcher Gregory | November 10, 2020 at 2:45 PM | Reply

    at least it’s not the brotherhood of steel.

  8. Seeds of Change | November 10, 2020 at 2:50 PM | Reply

    Pathetic

  9. Santa The Claus | November 10, 2020 at 3:59 PM | Reply

    They insist on breeding like lizards and this one came out and it’s his parents fault. Cause and effect. Also the fault of the victims parents.

  10. Santa The Claus | November 10, 2020 at 4:00 PM | Reply

    No such thing as justice. Who you gonna sue? Blame your parents. Simple as that. r/antinatalism

  11. So freaking typical!

  12. Glorious Quran | November 10, 2020 at 6:01 PM | Reply

    You plan out an entire homicide, and then execute that plot, you’re guilty. And you take an innocent life, your life gets taken. Unless the family of the victims forgive you, not a judge, not a psychiatrist, or ‘experts’. Currently, the system is setup to devalue the victim’s lives, and value the murderer’s life. No common sense, criminal, unjust. And the icing on the cake, society gets punished twice, the taxpayer’s money is used to reward this criminal with food, water, and shelter. I mean, that’s the level of immorality we’ve reached.

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