Letters: Langley bus loop rat hole for fiends

Dear Editor,

The bus loop on Logan Avenue is nothing more than a disgusting rat hole that has become patronized by young dope fiend punks who have nothing better to do but deal drugs in broad daylight and prey on innocent people if no one else is around.

They also spend their days smoking crack outside the casino, an ugly building which has contributed to Langley’s downfall as a once-peaceful town.

A while ago, my eyes caught the attention of some low-life degenerates on the bus who were up to no good. I could tell these punks were sick in the head, seeing as they kept spitting on the floor and threatening the driver when he ordered them to get off the bus. The idiots swore at the driver and threatened to beat him up while he was on the phone with transit security.

It is the police’s responsibility to ensure that each citizen feels safe in his own neighbourhood.

TransLink should also be held accountable for all kinds of activity that occurs on their properties.

People who commute to school and work each day are fed up with having to look over our shoulders for degenerates in every nook and cranny. 

Mike Brian, Surrey

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