New York third grader charged with selling loaded gun

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    New York third grader charged with selling loaded gun

    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.

    New York third grader charged with selling loaded gun - US news - msnbc.com

    Who gets the spanking son, or father.

    This isn't going to be pretty from any perspective.

    $3 for a 9mm, some people have all the luck.
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    Wonder if the kid is willing to to out-of-state transfers!

    But seriously, there's a serious parenting issue at play here...

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    No intention on defending the father.

    BUT, it is NY and if he were allowed to have the gun on his side, the kid wouldn't have had it.
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    Stealing gum is serious business on the playground these days.
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    Jeez, that is crazy!
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    Father-son criminal charges include three counts each of criminal possession of a gun.
    Two questions based on this sentence alone:
    1. How do you justify charging an 8-year-old kid with a criminal offense? At that age, everything is a toy. This one is completely on the parent.
    2. How do you get three counts of possession per person, when only one gun was possessed, and only possessed once?

    An additional charge of acting in a manner to injure a minor was filed against Galvin, the legal owner of the pistol.
    This is the one charge I absolutely agree with.

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    So not only did the man not teach his son about guns and that they are not toys, but he also didn't keep it where his son wouldn't have access to it. He can consider himself lucky that one of the two boys didn't get shot by it. YOU CAN'T FIX STUPID!
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    $3.00 wouldn't cover the cost of ammo in my lead slinger,I did a lot of stuff when I was a kid,but even I knew that touching dads gun would end in somebody rubbing his sore butt fer a few days
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    Give him a break, he's only in the third grade, he got the decimal point in the wrong place! I do not think either one of them will be having access to a weapon anytime soon!
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    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xader View Post
    Father-son criminal charges include three counts each of criminal possession of a gun.
    Two questions based on this sentence alone:
    1. How do you justify charging an 8-year-old kid with a criminal offense? At that age, everything is a toy. This one is completely on the parent.
    2. How do you get three counts of possession per person, when only one gun was possessed, and only possessed once?


    An additional charge of acting in a manner to injure a minor was filed against Galvin, the legal owner of the pistol.
    This is the one charge I absolutely agree with.
    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.
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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.
    What he said!

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    This is absolutely crazy. I take my parenting responsibilities serious. I take my owership of firearms and the education that goes in to teaching both of my son's that firearms are not toys even more serious. The one thing I take away from this whole situation (article) is that no one was killed. The father deserves a serious lesson.

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    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.

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