Canada's police chiefs are conducting a full court press to preserve the long gun registry, the dismantling of which could begin with a vote in Parliament next month. At their annual meeting here in Edmonton last Monday, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) insisted the registry was an invaluable police investigation tool and voted unanimously to recommend its preservation. In doing so, they trotted out the usual canard about how police access the registry 11,000 times a day. No, they don't ... at least they don't do so knowingly or deliberately.
Read Original at: The Edmonton Journal (Canada)