The mother and uncle of Jassi Sidhu (above) now face extradition to India to face charges for murder 11 years ago.

The mother and uncle of Jassi Sidhu (above) now face extradition to India to face charges for murder 11 years ago.

Justice for Jassi might occur

Regimes of control should be exposed and made public and we should not allow such ethnic-based exercises to take place on Canadian soil.

Editor, The News:

Re: Maple Ridge mother, uncle arrested for murder (mapleridgenews.com)

Finally, it appears rightful justice might take place, that confidence in the RCMP might be restored. After 11 years, we can look forward to Jassi’s mother and uncle being brought to trial for the unbelievable crime of killing a member of their own family simply because they didn’t agree with what she was doing and decided that she must die for going against the patriarch’s wishes. Regimes of control like this should be exposed and made public and we should not allow ethnic based exercises such as this to take place on Canadian soil.  And when they do they must be dealt with quicker than the 11 year period this incident took before some type of action occurred. This is the hearing I want to see televised, not the ones about the Stanley Cup rioters.

Mike Tuzzi

Maple Ridge