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    In response to how insane the charges are, it IS NY. Just in line behind our 2 anti 2nd ammendment locations of DC, and IL.

    They each have 10 fingers, surprised they didn't get 10 counts each.
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    Kid should have been asking for more money. Didn't he teach him right at all ?

    Well, Daddy is going to pay big for that one.
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    Hey Eagle: Once again a replier has used inappropriate language. You refer to him as "daddy". The proper term is "sperm donor".

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    Quote Originally Posted by 380ACP View Post
    Stealing gum is serious business on the playground these days.
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    pointing your finger and saying "Bang" is a serious business on the playground these days too. sigh. This case though, The father is to blame, not the kid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelcarry View Post
    Xader thinks this is a serious parenting problem. I am sure if he saw WHAT or WHO this parent or parents are he would not use such a kind word as "parent". More than likely we are talking about "breeding animals" on the government gravy train. My apologies if I am wrong and presumptuous.
    If that's the case, then it is still a parenting problem, starting with the first branch in the family tree that didn't bring their offspring up to respect the laws of society, even the ones they disagree with.

    But I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to find out that you are correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggun View Post
    The father should have his kid taken away and never be allowed to own a gun ever again. Throw the book at the father, not the kid.
    I'm torn on this one. I know people who have children YOUNGER than 8 that are perfectly capable of understanding the difference between toys and stealing and guns. 8Yrs old is plenty old enough. One of the problems I have with only "throwing the book" at the father is that the child doesn't learn consequences. The consequences happen to someone else(ie the father) therefore there really isn't a true understanding on the childs part. In that case, the child WILL learn(albeit probably subconsciously): I do something bad, someone else pays...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomtsr View Post
    NEW YORK — A New York City third-grader and his father have been arrested after the boy sold a loaded 9mm pistol to a classmate for $3, police said on Friday.
    Is that the current market price for a used Hi Point?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GM View Post
    I agree. Charging an 8-years-old child just like that is not right, and the only they do is to ruin his life forever. The father is the only one that should be charged.
    I doubt if they will be able to try the child on this charge. At that age (8?) I don't think they could try him as an adult. He may end up with a juvineal record, but I think he'd be better served if he was put in a foster home.

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    +1 Hi points have gone up $2 bucks since i was 8 years old I guess.

    On a serious note its very lucky the kid didn't shoot somebody. I hope everyone involved learns a lesson on this one.

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    I dont think they should charge the child as the buyer thought it was a toy so most likly the seller did as well, this is all on the parent in this one, not teaching the child the difference between a toy and real guns, plus for making it accessible to an 8 year old was very irresponsible.

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    3$ !!!!!
    That kid has no future. Pushing product at such a discount, what are schools teaching these days!!!!!

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    Had a similar situation in NYS. Responded to a call at a local middle school where an 11 year old brought dad's illegally owned commander size 1911 in for show and tell. Dad was the only one charged.
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