By Alfa · Jun 21, 2004 · ·
  1. Alfa

    A 21-year-old Surrey man was sentenced to nearly two years in jail
    this week for his role in a fatal grow-rip gone wrong on No. 4 Road in

    Milad Saffari appeared in Port Coquitlam provincial court on Monday,
    where he was sentenced to two years less a day in jail, received a
    three-year term of probation, and is prohibited from possessing a
    firearm for the rest of his life. He has also been required to submit
    a sample of his DNA for registration purposes.

    Saffari pled guilty to manslaughter last year after he was originally
    charged with second-degree murder.

    Saffari, Vancouver's Parminder Singh Soor and two youths broke into a
    house at 8391 No. 4 Rd., just south of Blundell nearly two years ago.
    They had entered the house looking to steal marijuana, but a
    confrontation ensued between them and a gardener who was tending the
    lucrative illegal crop.

    Vancouver's Vi Soi Hoang, 41, was beaten to death in front of the house.

    Soor was sentenced in Richmond provincial court to six months in jail
    for breaking and entering with intent to commit an indictable offence.

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  1. Thegreatone
    he should get more then 2 years the scum bag
  2. Insane Asian
    that sucks wen you kill someone over something as dumb as drugs its just dumb...
  3. Woodman
    Wrong, Wrong, Wrong!!!

    shit like THAT tells people to make their own laws and shut-up about them.
  4. Thegreatone
    people that steal and rip people off should be shot.
  5. davidBuster23
    The guy is 21 -- how many of us did incredibly stupid things at 21? Hopefully the criminal justice system in his country is slightly more enlightened than that of the U.S. -- otherwise he'll go in a weed thief who freaked out and come out a hardened criminal.
  6. davidBuster23
    and NOBODY deserves to be shot -- sometimes it's just the lesser of two evils
  7. Thegreatone
    have u ever had someone rob what u worked to have?
  8. davidBuster23
    I sure have! I've been screwed in life and I've been the one doing the screwing. I feel bad about anyone I've done wrong in the past, and I've learned from my mistakes, just as I would hope would be the case with those who have done me wrong.The more one seeks to accomplish in life, the more one loses along the way, either by making mistakes or being taken advantage of. Everytime you get screwed, you learn something new for next time.

    Clarification: when I say I've done people wrong, I'm speaking generally. I'm not saying I've ever ripped anyone off -- don't want to incur the wrath of the drugs forum because of a miscommunication you know :)
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