This is what the high road looks like

Lest we forget:

Davis, whose son died when his light armoured vehicle rolled over during a patrol in Kandahar in March 2006, said Thursday he had accepted Sparrow’s apology.

“Ryan called me to apologize and I thought he was a big man and I feel for him . . . I accepted his apology and I hope there are no consequences against him. It was just the heat of the moment. I forgive him.”

“Suspend him? That’s politics. That’s being ridiculous.”

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