Leaving aside the slightly tortured grammar, is it just me or is this the same defence as the hacker who breaks into a computer system and then claims to have done the owner a favour by highlighting a security flaw? Or perhaps the first burglar to rob a house in a town where nobody locks their front doors? It's certainly an interesting perspective on the whole debacle.
...he acknowledges this was an expensive course of action for our citizens, however it did result in Case Law by establishing the right for all individuals of this province to present to councils, their perceived wrong doing, without fear of legal action from council collectively.
Unfortunately it is a fact there are times that the costs born by a few result in democracy for the many.
I know, let's go out and spend a bunch of taxpayer dollars from a tiny little township, because I feel like setting a legal precedent today. Haven't set one in a while. Grrrr.