The thing about it is, is we don’t need everyone to be hardcore religious, but rather we need everyone to be loyal to the faith and the community as a whole. Jinnah was a cigarette-loving and pork-loving Muslim guy, but he still came for his Panth on issues he felt were important at the time. Whether some Sikhs end up weaker on the scale of religiosity is less of a problem when compared to politics, we can talk quality over quantity anyday in a spiritual setting, but on a global scale, such things will only push those weak in their faith, but willing to assist us in other ways.
Let me put it this way. A bibi is at work, is regularly harassed by this old dude, who one day finally gets in her face and says something about the Guru Sahiban and she slaps him and his weak <banned word filter activated> falls and dies, she should spend 30 years wasting tax dollars?
Indigenous people's day a few years back a white dude circled the protests here three times, before getting stuck at a crosswalk, while the natives took a photo and he was so fumed that they speak out against columbus and thanksgiving that he ran an old woman down to break through the photo line. He was of course told by the police that he was in fear of his life and released.
Corey didn't try and kill the dude. Just gave him a free lesson. I'm not saying he should have hit him, just that charging him with a possoble 30 years is excessive.