“Have No Right To Break Laws,” Toronto Globe. February 8, 1919. Page 16.
Returned Soldiers Refused Any Leniency; Would Encourage Lawlessness
(Special Despatch to The Globe.)
Belleville, Feb. 7. - In Police Court this morning Magistrate Masson sentenced A. E. Dunk, Arthur Palmer, and Charles Wellman, all young men, to six months in the Ontario Reformatory for breaking into and entering a bonded warehouse of the H. Corby Distillery Company at Corbyville, and stealing several cases of liquor, they having pleaded guilty. Palmer served four years overseas and Dunk three years, and pleas were made in their behalf on that account. The Magistrate said he would not take into account the plea that two of the accused were returned men. The fact that they had fought for liberty and protection did not give them the right to break laws at home. To give this consideration would provide an incentive to others to break the laws.
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