Canadian taxpayers paid more than $80,000 for Brenda Martinís return trip to native soil last week, CBC News reported Monday.
Read the full story here:
Flight to bring Martin back cost taxpayers over $82G
She's likely to stay there until she's proven innocent.
Welcome to Mexico.
Matt, 2008-03-11 13:29:02
I refuse to go to Mexico, Dominican, Cuba etc as the vast majority of the people who live in Mexico ie the ones that were born there, are desperately poor. Not only that, the governments of those nations do not care about due process of law as we do. They are interested in ONE THING....your money.
Just think, how many Canadians have died in Mexico, and the subsequent investigation has the appearance of a whitewash?
The Mexican government contended that two soccer moms from Thunder Bay murdered the couple from Toronto...that should tell you Mexico is not a place you should be.
JimBo, 2008-03-11 08:45:09
"oops, missed a year"
Being filled with such rage and hate will do that to a person
tweetypie, 2008-03-11 08:42:30
The only responsible thing that the Canadian government can do, whether or not it is able to bring justice to Ms. Martin, is to issue a travel advisory against Canadians travelling to Mexico. Mexico is a dangerous place.
Angela, 2008-03-10 23:12:15