posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 02:12 PM
reply to post by maestromason
I agree kids who do this are sick cowards. In my area a 9 year old boy was writing letters to a 9 year old girl threatening to bring a gun to
school and shoot not only her but her entire family. He wasn't going after an equal opponent or even close no he purposely sought out a weak little
girl to terrorize.
The school tried to make excuses, blah blah blah. The girl's dad wouldn't back down. He took the letters to the local newspaper they printed them
for us all to read...such sick sexually violent murderous rage from a 9 year old, future serial killer in the making. Still not getting any reaction
from the school the dad finally contacted Safe2Tell. It's amazing how quickly the school got off its ass and did something.
What this tells me is we cannot trust schools to protect our children. BTW my town's population is about 3500 with a low crime rate.
I'll tell you the difference in today and when we grew up...our parents caught a lot of heat for the bad things we did. Schools ruled. They let the
parents know they would be providing an expensive private education for their out of control kid because he/she would be out for good. This wasn't
done in a nice way. In fact parents looked like they'd been run through the wringer after hours long meetings with a very angry principle. They got
Happened with my brother. In 1st grade he was permanently expelled. My parents had to tow the line in order to get him back in public school.
Mandatory mental health therapy, enrollment in a special class apart from other students with a psychologist for a teacher. Aside from that his
behavior stigmatized our family. Good kids weren't allowed to play with my brother so he hung with those just like him. People gave him a wide berth
and called the police often.
I will add all that special treatment/care only made my brother more secretive about his behavior...it didn't change him one bit. He became a
dangerous violent man. They should've locked him up and thrown away the key back when he was 6. I know the lives of many innocent people would've
been better for it.
How sad the students/parents/teachers/community our suffering now because of someones out of control animal. We've got leash laws to protect citizens
from dangerous animals but dangerous children are continually forced on an unsuspecting public. It starts at a surprisingly young age. Watch your kids
just because they're grouped with their peers doesn't mean some are far more advanced in violence.