"However much you may think that's a totally acceptable symbol, and that is totally neutral, that might not be entirely the case for everybody who comes to court," Woolcott told the Waterloo regional police officer. "It represents a symbol of support and I suspect that 99.999 per cent of us happily wear it outside the courtroom. You probably should not wear anything like that in court."I wonder what is meant in the mind when one says "anything like that" in the context of a Remembrance Day poppy. What else is like that?
Imagine - A Symbol Of Support
Posted by Alan McLeod on Wednesday, December 12, 2007 in Non-partisan blog posts, Weather, Holidays and Seasons, Law - 2 comments