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New Jersey Teen Killed By 115-Pound Dog: Police

New Jersey Teen Killed By 115-Pound Dog: Police

Commented Mar 6, 2014 at 18:05:30 in Crime

“Kenneth Santillan shared Dogs Lovers's photo.
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Look the photo up if your interested. How sadly ironic that he posted this. For all you ppl blaming a dead child... SHAME ON YOU! And I hope your children never meet the same fate as this young man. No where does it state that these boys taunted this dog and even if they had he did not deserve to die for it. Kids do stupid things and are not responsible because they are children. These types of animals should not be allowed in city limits where children play in the streets and neighbors walk the sidewalks. I have personally had a pit bull jump a fence and attack me and my dog (who was leashed) as I walked past. I've seen a rottweiler attack a small child. I happen to also be a dog lover and I love my chihuahua more than most people love their children, but I would never put a dogs life before a human life. If my dog just killed someone I would probably kill it, albeit with a heavy heart, with whatever I had handy to do the job. Kenneth Santillan's life was more important than any dogs life...including my own and that is saying ALOT. My deepest condolences to his family. I hope they end up owning Paul Clarke for they most certainly deserve it”
Wendy Chandler, Alabama Mom, Furious Over 'Corporal Punishment Consent Form'

Wendy Chandler, Alabama Mom, Furious Over 'Corporal Punishment Consent Form'

Commented Sep 20, 2013 at 14:57:57 in Parents

“Look at history people. When or how often did you see abuse of power by teachers in elementary schools; where kids are taught the basics of behavior in a society, in the 1950's, 60's, 70's or even the 80's. There isn't much mention of this in history because it wasn't an issue. There was an automatic expectation that educators were fair and just in their administration of corporal punishment. I think that is still the case today except that with the rise in single mothers/absentee fathers, grandparents raising children and social media/music/t.v. the job of educating these children has become far harder. The atmosphere has switched from the school being in control of the curriculum to the student (with their parents consent) being in control of what is allowed to happen in school. Go ahead parents, don't let anybody in the village tell your kid what to do or how to behave and then show them what happens when they don't. Let the computer or the music or the t.v tell your kids how to act. Go ahead and refuse the help from the schools and wait for the judicial system to impose penalties on your kids when they are barely old enough to understand where they went wrong because YOU didn't want the teachers to teach. Believe me you DON'T want your baby to go to prison and the fear of consequences early on just might make the difference.”
Jodi Arias Revised Timeline (UPDATED)

Jodi Arias Revised Timeline (UPDATED)

Commented Mar 17, 2013 at 17:50:07 in Crime

“I have thought maybe she was recording him to blackmail him in the church for dumping her and when she realized that wasn't going to work she decided to plan this trip with the intent to kill him if he still did not see this relationship her way.”

medusa1000 on May 3, 2013 at 01:46:07

“Yes! I was just wondering that tonight myself. Why would she have secretly recorded him unless she wanted to use it against him. Good call.”
Voices From Solitary: A Sentence Worse Than Death

Voices From Solitary: A Sentence Worse Than Death

Commented Mar 17, 2013 at 15:53:20 in Crime

“If the purpose is to deter crime then every 7th grader should be made to read this article.”

BannedInBoston on Mar 19, 2013 at 10:34:22

“Given that the US has one of the highest per capita prison populations in the world, the threat of incarceration doesn't seem much of a deterrent. (It's also been shown that the death penalty isn't either....)”