3) Arm society, making the murderer less effective.
Or making murder even more common. Hard to say.
Further, the game could have some online component, in which case the pirates are costing him in bandwidth.
Actually, if that's the case, he needs to charge for the online component, and then the pirates are just helping with distribution.
That's all it is, another lane.
With vehicles moving at 300 km/h on it, you're going to need a bit more segregation than a painted line, if only to keep other traffic from being sucked into the wake of the "super bus."
"...he died a couple of years after the (grossly wrong) conviction..."
Because if he didn't kill himself that very day, it isn't a plausible cause?
Though that event could certainly still happen in the future - and at that point the implication would be true.
On the off chance that you're not trolling: this is why people tend to end their conversations with you by wincing in agony and shouting, "Oh, fuck you."
Normally it goes like this: [...] the runner-up is declared winner.
The most likely scenario is that a by-election would be called.
Who profited from this? So far it seems the Liberals have...
Sabotage your own candidates in close races so that, a year later, they might get to run again in a by-election? I've accused the Liberals of not really wanting to win, but that's ridiculous.
but the phone was registered to a pierre poutine of separist street Quebec - would the Conservatives do that?
The person who registered the burner phone was a bit of an ass, apparently. I used to know a Tiny Tory who would have loved that joke — not that I'd want to help anyone pin this multi-riding scheme on poor old alleged ballot box toucher Michael Sona, who's terrible at looking innocent but incorrectly placed to have masterminded the scheme.
If you're calling someone a liar who has not in fact lied...
The implication was that Ignatieff had returned to the United States following his failed leadership stint. Since he hasn't, really, the implication was false.
After the Conservatives were convicted, the NDP settled and repaid.
Did the NDP blow anywhere near as much hot air in denying any wrongdoing as the Conservatives did? Conservatives and their supporters were carrying on about Elections Canada being out to get them, and how dare anyone question the propriety of their practices... basically the same tone that they're taking now.
Which happened under the previous Liberal administration.
A lot of high-handed and infuriating stuff happened under the previous Liberal administration, and eventually they got stuck with the "arrogant and corrupt" label and lost. (They also collapsed due to petty leadership infighting.)
Ever heard the tale of the boy who cried wolf?
Yeah, at the end, it turns out that there was a wolf, and it ate all of the town's sheep.
The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.