posted on Nov, 1 2011 @ 10:55 PM
Having viewed the video that was posted there are a few things that can be stated:
This is part of the problem as it shows only what the person taking it wants us to see. It does not show us what happened before hand, nor does it go
into detail about what said rules are in that household. If this was the first time or did she receive warnings. And is this common in this
household, or is it a rare event, where she has disobeyed her parents. While there were video games involved, was there more? After all if you look
at programs like: “To Catch a Predator” Internet crimes against young people are up.
While that was a bit over board, the facts are that parents should be allowed to spank a child, mind you that is spank, not beat or maliciously use a
belt on anything other than the rump. Reflecting on my own childhood, I was spanked on the rump, and dare not disobey my parents, as it would have
been far worse to me. (Web belt on the bare rump was not a pleasant experience.)
There are a few things that also should be considered, is the girl photosensitive? It has been shown that children with such conditions, who are
photosensitive, video games could cause seizures. Is this the case?
So there is the problem at hand, we neither have all of the facts of the case, let us not condemn a person based off the evidence presented in one
video. We can only hope that there will be full investigation and that the authorities will be able to clear this up. It would be a shame to do what
the government has done to so many, but condemning a man without benefit of a trial, where one person is judge, jury and exocutioner.