posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 11:50 PM
reply to Syandos post by Syandos
"Second, bike theft is not grounds for murder. Third, as a resident of that area, I'd rather have a minor hoodlum bike thief running around
the neighborhood than a psychosocial kid with a .357... " I'm not sure we're talking about the same post by "Fred T."
"A known gang member in for rape (of a senior no less) , assult, and 2nd degree murder who has escaped from juvenile detention..."
First I would like to point out "Escaped Felon" as in on the run, not afraid(read RESPECT) of law enforcement. Has so far worked the system to his
advantage being in a juvenile detention center, not that secure. Second point in the "rape of a senior" means NOT someone of high school age but
someone of your Grandmothers age. Maybe a little dementia, physiclly slow. Defenseless. I believe those who prey on the aged, children, and the
mentally handicap should be treated the same by the law. I assume you have a grandmother as for a daughter; I believe I can safely say you don't have
one, if you did I would'nt be writting this in amazement. Third, the charge of assult...I'll give you than one. Maybe he was just in the wrong place
at the wrong time. Last but not least, 2nd degree murder. Second-degree murder is ordinarily defined as 1) an intentional killing that is not
premeditated or planned, nor committed in a reasonable "heat of passion" or 2) a killing caused by dangerous conduct and the offender's obvious
lack of concern for human life. Second-degree murder may best be viewed as the middle ground between first-degree murder and voluntary
For example, Dan comes home to find his wife in bed with Victor. At a stoplight the next day, Dan sees Victor riding in the passenger seat of a nearby
car. Dan pulls out a gun and fires three shots into the car, missing Victor but killing the driver of the car.
This kid probably did a drive-by where someone innocent died. The kid which was described as a nerd with a backpack, gets thrown to the ground while
this thug and his posse are taunting the kid and stealing his bike As for this hero, (which is what I choose to call him) was getting a headstart on a
law enforcement future as it takes courage to defend yourself against over welming odds. As to "a psychosocial kid with a .357... " At that moment,
that kid was in the right defending himself from a murdurer. What he's done before or sense has no place here. Heck, he could b
ecome president! Sorry, could'nt help myself. Anyway, thanks for the soapbox. Been a longtime reader though this is the first time I've taken the
time to write a post. Anywhere. Thanks for a good well constructed site. 1DTM1