Not smart. The Israelis have one of the most robust counter cyber warfare programs in the world. They can let the magic smoke out of any computer anywhere in the world if they feel like it. You don’t threaten a battle ship with an RPG in a Zodiac.
Man, those who want to bitch about a cop in Canada while trying to apply U.S. Constitutional law, I just hope that you never go to parts of Europe, and especially Eastern Europe and have an encounter with the police.
Yet how many people supporting the cop's behavior are making the claim that it's justified in Canada but not here?
Crow: Bad choice. Too cumbersome, weighty, and the 45ACP is really just another pistol round. By the way, it's "Thompson." You're welcome. Now you can go back and watch "Untouchable" reruns, Elliot! LOL
19: One thing about your favorites that can't be debated is that they're the same caliber! I'm not putting down any good gun. Let me share with you some trivia on the Thompson in the old TV "Combat" series. Sgt. Saunders (Vic Morrow) didn't like hauling it around in almost each and every scene. He had the prop man make him a copy in 90% wood. The next time, if ever, you happen to watch the show take a real close look! Cheers!
 March 29, 2015 at 11:17am
We are separating the sheep from the goats, Those who love liberty from the go along to get along,
 March 28, 2015 at 9:07pm
 March 28, 2015 at 3:57pm
Your political betters believe THEY will be safer if they disarm the unwashed masses. They care nothing for you other than your vote and your MONEY!
I think the "may" allows for judge discretion between different situations like:
A: Mom gets pregnant then later sleeps with another man but never really has any relations afterward. The second man had a 1-night stand and I don't think he should be on the hook for a child that is not his who he never had anything to do with.
B: Mom gets pregnant then later marries another man before birthing the child. They stay married until the child is 12. At this point the man has already made a promise to take care of that child from birth. Even though it's not his biological kid, he's been 'Dad' for over 12 years. He's established what the court would see as a "meaningful relationship" with the child. I think he should be on the hook in this situation.
C: A man and woman are married and woman has an affair and becomes pregnant. Man then divorces the woman because of infidelity. I don't think he should be on the hook to pay for that child.
It's hard to write law in such a manner that you cover every possible scenario, so they put in "may" clauses so that when the "unthought of" thing happens the court isn't forced to pass undo judgments on people. I don't know enough about this story to formulate any real opinion, however the way it's written it does seem unfair and unreasonable that he should pay for a child who isn't his.