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Instar, no one ive seen on this thread is advocating abuse
Man arrested for using stun-gun on his 14 year old son
This sounds really bad at first, but I don't feel it is
*Besides, if the cops can do it to grade school kids, whats wrong with dad breaking up a fight with one.
*Did anyone ever think that if the kid would have done what he was told to, he wouldnt have been shocked?
*Ya, and I'll tell you who screwed up. The courts, school and the rest of society who says you can't hit a kid
*What that kid needs is a hand right across his mouth
*Im sorry, but if my kid talks back to me ( not every time, mind you, but when it really counts) I am going to crack him in the mouth
*Also remember, this is a stun gun. Not the projectile shooting tazers...This is alittle hand held thing. I still say the kid had it coming
* I still say GO DAD!! I just might go get me one to...
Some children and also some adults need a beating every now to keep them in check.
Now, those who are supposedly answerable to us are telling us that we cannot discipline our kids to whatever extreme is needed or we cannot assault someone who really deserves it.
I think it should be discretionary *and a little hand held stun gun(whats the voltage and amperage?) can be used justifiably in certain cases.
I have been discussing a shock collar with my daughter who is 15 and I think if I am reading the laws right I can do it as long as I do not leave marks. Any advise on this would be great if you have used these devises.
What that kid needs is a hand right across his mouth. When she/I say "stop it!" and he replys, "what? Im just..." NO !! SLAP !!! right then and there
It sounds to me like you need to grow a pair when it comes to them.
I think there is more to this dad's story than is in the article. Im sure there are circumstances that made him use it.
And now, for the rest of his life, he will be a second class citizen, unable to vote or own a fire-arm.
The victim told a child welfare investigator that Dycus shocked him twice, pointing to marks the device left on his arm and abdomen.
Richard Kibbey claims the teenager has a long history of a disciplinary problems and his parents are intimidated by the troubled teenager.
Originally posted by iori_komei
Because police go to specialized schools to learn how to deal with certain kinds of situations in certain ways.
I know you did'nt ask me spliff but I'm still going to answer your qeustion.