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    Quote Originally Posted by barstoolguru View Post
    As a parent I feel his frustration and he was wrong but when your kid comes home abnormally bruised and complaining of abuse it is only natural to want to do something about it. This kid was not just getting rough with them; he was going out of his way to inflict pain. He is a serial killer in the making
    I get it...no arguements. But the adult needs to be thrown in jail. It was assault. He just went in there and guessed. You can feel his frustration, what about the frustration of the parents of the kid he assualted. I don't feel bad for him one bit. Maybe they can do a jail big brother program where he spends is days with the 9 year old. Sorry, if that was my kid, I would be pressing charges and maybe, just maybe, a civil lawsuit :)
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    I'm willing to bet that half of his life is already lived. One of these days he's going to pick on the wrong little sister.
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    The parents of those beat-up and bullied tots certainly have grounds for a law suit against that day care.
    It was shocking to see how hard the 9 year old was hitting, pushing and shaking them.
    The boy may have well done some permanent damage to his victims.
    Difficult to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgrass101 View Post
    That and it is a bad daycare. Affordable Quality daycare is very hard to find
    That's part of the reason my wife stays home and I work. Our kids go to school but come home to a parented home every day.
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    The dad needs significant jail time. Who the hell thinks hitting a little kid is ok. The aunt has serious literacy issues. The 9 year old kid has some serious issues. Note to self: Steer clear of Vicksburg.

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    We just need more Chlorine in the darn pool. For several years.


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    This brings up a subject that has been discussed for many years. First time I saw it was in the old movie "The Bad Seed". Is it Nature or Nurture? Is a person like that born that way or created by their environment. I believe that the type of Sociopathic personality is born, something missing in the brain, but I also feel that it can be encouraged by their surroundings and parental influence. There have been serial killers who had normal childhoods and many people who were raised in the most horrible environments who became outstanding and decent people. There are also many Sociopathic personalities who aren't serial killers, but captains of industry....politics....and other careers where the lack of concern for any other people and anything they do is fair game as long as it helps them is a plus.

    This boy needs to be watched for many years and taken out of the environment he is in. He needs to be watched for other signs like the McDonald Triad. Bed wetting into older years....fire starter....and killing animals. Not all those who have the McDonald Triad become serial killers, but all serial killers have it.

    I can't believe that the boy's family didn't know there was something terribly wrong with this child. We have seen it before.
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    There are several books by former F.B.I. profilers about this subject. It is really interesting and kind of scary.
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    it's hard to correct a problem if you never admit it exists
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    "he take medication and is just a normal child" ....

    I DON'T THINK SO LADY !! The mother seems to me to be excusing it with that statement .... and not too excited about it.
    Let's hope he gets some serious help. The daycare had all that going on, and didn't see it ? Geez......
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    Continual, repeated, torturing and tormenting of human babies at 9 years old. The kid needs to be seriously monitored. He sure was not just teasing or bullying younger children. He was intentionally attempting to inflict major bodily harm. Those kicks could have broken that little girls spine. In addition to that he knew exactly what he was trying to do based on his obvious attempts to hide his actions from any adults present. He's going to grow up to be a real winner.


    "This boy needs to be watched for many years and taken out of the environment he is in. He needs to be watched for other signs like the McDonald Triad. Bed wetting into older years....fire starter....and killing animals. Not all those who have the McDonald Triad become serial killers, but all serial killers have it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    She did not minimize it. She said that the family is embarrassed. She also said he is bad. She did not seem to realize that he was doing this to little kids. I think when she was saying he was a normal child she was talking about him fighting other boys.
    IMO, a normal child does not need medications for psychological issues...nor does that child belong in a mainstream childcare environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    This boy needs to be watched for many years and taken out of the environment he is in. He needs to be watched for other signs like the McDonald Triad. Bed wetting into older years....fire starter....and killing animals. Not all those who have the McDonald Triad become serial killers, but all serial killers have it.
    Good points in your post though the McDonald Triad's bed wetting part of the triad has been generally considered to have fallen into disfavor as being an evidence supported component of the triad (which itself has also fallen into disfavor due to the lack of academic rigor when it was developed). Furthermore, your statement "Not all those who have the McDonald Triad become serial killers, but all serial killers have it" misrepresents the outcome of serial killer case studies through 2010. I'm intellectually curious as to what evidence you have to support your assertion.

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    Back about 20 years ago, I realized that two people I knew seemed to have been born with the same, very aggressive, personality. One had been guided into using his in a benificial fashion and held a responsible job, and did volunteer work with juvies, getting good responses out of some hard core types.

    The other had not been guided, and ended up spending a lot of time in jail. IIRC, he died of stupidity.

    Not saying that this 9yo could be made a good citizen. Might never have been possible. Sounds like putting him down would be like putting down a mad dog. Just saying some are not doomed to be a problem, if they are caught early enough. 9yo is too old to correct, IMO.

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    Sometimes I wonder if you should hit children. Does violence only beget violence? Who knows. Either way, that 9 year old is lucky the other children were not carrying.

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