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Published: Friday, Jan. 24 2014 8:00 a.m. MST

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Jefferson
Kalispell, MT

Alright. I normally avoid commenting on stuff like this, but I can't resist. A few years ago (before Canada was as tight as they are now) I had a friend travelling with a group up to Cardston, Alberta. They checked ID's at the border. He was refused entrance to the country because 15 years ago he had a DUI in Colorado. He wasn't even driving on this trip, but was tagged an "undesirable." So why is this punk kid allowed to flaunt the laws of his various host countries? It isn't just here, it is everywhere he goes. Why does "name recognition" (sorry, I just can't call it "talent") grant special privilege - over and over again. Spank him and send him home.

grj
Bountiful, ut

@Jefferson:
What do you mean "allowed to flaunt the laws..."? Young Biebs was caught and charged and will face the consequences of his apparently law-breaking activities, just as happened to your friend. He was already in this country, so your point is not...on point.

It will, however, be interesting to see how it goes down if he goes home to visit the parentals in the Great White North and then tries to head back to the U.S. Probably he won't be leaving this country any time soon as he would be aware that it is most unlikely he would be allowed back in.

airnaut
Everett, 00

Justin who?

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