You did understand I was not making a recommendation, but rather pursuing the (il-) logical consequences of the judge's line of reasoning, right?
In my opinion, the judge's ruling is the natural continuation of what young people, and everyone else really, have been taught for the past few decades: you can't help how you feel. The next step is to believe (obviously falsely) that if you can't help yourself in the way you feel, then you are not to blame for the way you act. I totally disagree with that belief, and I also don't agree with the lie that we can't help the way we feel.
That imbecile of a judge is clearly unfit for his position. He should be totally barred from practicing. Also the perpetrator should be arrested and interned in a juvenile facility. We have gone too soft!
They can certainly try, but will only show their ignorance, considering America is younger than most developed countries and many aspect of America were taken from other Countries which were originally more developed than America.
Hey John, I was only speaking about the many people I have talked to who live overseas and don't talk highly of the dailymail site. Past experience leads me to understand that they are and cannot be trusted.
By ED WHITE Associated PressShareAssociated PressA young man who participated in a mob attack on a Detroit-area motorist needed a father to "beat the hell" out of him as a kid to discourage him from committing...