I understand, but this law is basically geared toward a longer potential prison term for an act of mischief, or a higher fine for an act mischief, than a different type of act of mischief. As Mr. MacGregor mentioned, if it's a swastika were painted on the city hall, couldn't it be considered an aggravating factor in sentencing? There's been a contention by some that you need to restrict the number of buildings or locations involved to show that there's a real seriousness there because these are protected or sacred spaces. This is why the current law only grants this added sentence for an attack on a church, a mosque, or a synagogue, or something similar to that. But you still believe that there should be a broader definition of buildings?
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