Killer, 13, sent to juvenile detention until age 21

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    Angry Killer, 13, sent to juvenile detention until age 21

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    Frickin' sad and unfair... the little twerp should be doing life in prison... period.

    I'm a firm believer these people should get punished the very same way they committed the crime. (Perhaps just slower so the pain has a chance to sink in their thick skulls)
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    This is one of the reasons that gangs recruit youngsters as shooters.

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    This kid will learn nothing in juvy except to become a more daring criminal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    This kid will learn nothing in juvy except to become a more daring criminal.
    +1. This non-punishment will embolden him to do greater evil, next time
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    You know--it would be an interesting study to see if, as a percentage or trend, that younger offenders are more violent -as an age group- than older offenders.

    Kids this young are often not mentally mature enough to reliably mentally distinguish between the make-believe "reality" of the violent video-games they play from the actual reality of real life. I'm wondering if potential victims are actually in more danger of being shot or murdered in "cold blood" when confronted by young children like this??

    Our society and cultural values place HIGH value on children's lives, and most of us would be reluctant to shoot a child, even if that child did have a gun--again, just wondering if we are more at risk in that scenario????
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    Kids this young are often not mentally mature enough to reliably mentally distinguish between the make-believe "reality" of the violent video-games they play from the actual reality of real life.
    At 13, this kid was old enough to know better. Just reflect on yourself at that age, we all knew what right and wrong was.
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    This kid is just getting started,they should just pull the plug on kids like this,I'm pretty sure he will never be POTUS
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    Between the hippies and ACLU, suffering consequences are pretty much a thing of the past. We are reaping what we sowed.
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    Hey dukalmighty, with the way this country seems to be going now a days this kid just might become POTUS.

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    If this was my kid, he'd have already served a sentence very close to the death penalty.
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    I just heard that story tonight on the 10 o clock news. After I heard that, I turned to my father and said, "the CRJ system is a joke". To me, this is a double hit for the family of the person that he killed. Not only do the family have to deal with the fact that their daughter is gone forever, they also have to deal with the fact that the person that killed their daughter may be free in less than 10 years. Why is it that the hippie pot smokers that hasn't did nothing wrong get the book thrown at them but yet the rapist, murders, and stick-up man get treated "softly". I can't even put in words how I feel about this topic. I can only hope that the family can over come their hurt and pain.
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    Maybe his next victim will be armed and give him a one way ticket to Hades
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    Criminals do play the justice system. I am for judging a person based solely on the crime committed. In this case murder. Age, ethnicity, sex, height, weight, shoe size, favorite color, and motivation ($$$, revenge, jealousy, hate) shouldn't matter. I judge people based on the way they act. I don't care what is in their head.
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    I think the Judge did the best thing they could under the circumstances, especially her comment on if he commits a felony while in custody.

    Here, if they are 13 yrs old they cannot be tired or sentenced as an adult. However, if they are 14 and it's a case such as murder they can be, or if they have 2 or more felonies. I"m wondering if that's similar to what the laws are there that the Judge is stuck with.

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