Michael Coren says it best: this is Canada, for God's sake.
When did it become OK for someone to attempt to silence someone by assaulting them? Apparently we need to get some answers from the Calgary Police Service on that. After pro-Israel counter-protesters were attacked at an anti-Israel rally, word from Calgary Police is that charges won't be pressed against the assailants.
That's not OK. And we're not going to accept that.
Above is the anti-Israel protester who robbed and assaulted Jeff Willerton. This individual grabbed the Israeli flag Willerton was carrying at the protest, then when Willerton attempted to retrieve it -- which is his right to do -- the man assaulted him. Accordingly, he's committed robbery and assault. These are violent crimes, and it's not even remotely acceptable for Calgary Police to look the other way for any reason.
So perhaps what concerned citizens need to do is make this really, really easy for the Calgary Police: identify this man, and present that information to Calgary Police. And if Calgary Police still decline to enforce the law, then steps will have to be taken to ensure that the officials responsible are relieved of the duties they've declined to exercise.
Unless they do so, the man who assaulted Jeff Willerton will certainly believe he's gotten away with it. If he believes he's gotten away with it, he will certainly do it again.
So if you can identify the man in the white t-shirt, please enclose that information in the comments section here. Then go sign the Stop the Riots petition.
Together, we can ensure that at least some of the assailants are brought to justice.