No. In fact, a couple of times I think I said that victims obviously have a vested interest in an appropriate sentence that holds offenders accountable. Victims want to see that. My point was that whether the sentence is longer or not, it doesn't really address the real needs they have on a daily basis in trying to heal their wounds, provide food for their families, or get counselling for their kids. But yes, they have an interest in an appropriate sentence.
I know your time is short. I'll be brief. The Prime Minister is a lot smarter than I am. He knows that if he mentions Karla Homolka, it's a story the media's going to talk about. My point was that she wasn't someone who should have been talked about during the national victims of crime awareness week.