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Conrad Black's day of reckoning

From Tuesday's Globe and Mail

Prosecutors had a Pyrrhic victory on the conviction and on the sentence. ...Read the full article

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  1. Mei-Xing Xu from Canada writes: his sentence seems so light, I was hoping for 20-40 years in a max security institution, perhaps with the addition of hard labour. this sends a clear signal of accountability and transparency.
  2. Diane Schweik from EDMONTON, Canada writes: Much of his legal fees will be paid by Hollinger.Do we wonder why politicians and businessman get away with stealing public money after reading the sentiments in this article ?
  3. pierre lefebvre from Brossard, Canada writes: Eye catching titles in G&M show a bias side to news. Yesterday Saputo was acquainted with Montreal and Mafia. Today is Conrad Black associated with Toronto? What is G&M trying to do on its front page with this approach? Is it WE/The good versus THEY/The bad!

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