Turn the courts into a circus and sell tickets for the event. Better yet, set up screens in a location downtown and invite people to watch. And maybe police will miss every clue that a riot will occur.
A bid by the B.C. Liberal government to have the trials of Stanley Cup rioters broadcast on TV and radio is inconsistent with policies against cameras in the courts, B.C. prosecutors say.
“At this point, the [Criminal Justice Branch] does not intend to ask prosecutors handling the riot cases to advocate that the proceedings be broadcast,”