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Loves doesn't end with dying

Updated on July 14, 2011

How far away is the journey

Traffic noise can be a constant source of irritation.

Young Lecby Kletzy focus point apparently became distracted.

A little boy first journey home alone became a mother worst nightmare.

unlike little Red riding hood, the woodmen couldn't save him.

The big bad wolves doesn't care , because they walked freely in our neighborhoods

How far was this journey?

less than a mile from his home,

the little Angel assert his independent and walked home from school

many of us might think that this was against all rules, to allowed a nine year old to walked home alone.

then the worst case scenario happen, an innocent mind was befriend by a shadow of evil,

an Hasidic Jew, who willingly confessed to the authorities that he got scared and killed the lad.

Evil lured amongst us, as we can plainly see,

Loves doesn't end with dying, or dying end with the love , a community in Brooklyn bond together, to mourn the loss of this sweet little Angel.

Only if his tears could have build a stairway, it might have been his escape, from the cruel hand

of his kidnapper. Our children must be our first priorities, we have to watch and keep them safe. How old must our children be, to walked the street alone? without the wolves in sheep clothing trying to befriend and take their innocent soul?

Something has to be done, to insured the safety our families, I am hoping that the Government would mandate mental evaluation for all citizens.

Just like any other mandated health physically, tax returns etc,

something have to be done....too many sad stories, too many mentally challenges walking our street freely.

young life gone to soon.


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      Annie 6 years ago from NewYork

      Katharella , we lived in a sick, sick, world.

      thank for commenting

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      Katharella 6 years ago from Lost in America

      Detroit, the same way. I had to leave. Prisons filled with mentally ill, medicated so they sleep long enough to die. No questions asked cos they had no home to begin with. But they have a psychological name for every mood we have.

      I'm sorry for the suffering. -Kat

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      Annie 6 years ago from NewYork

      Thank you for commenting Dim Flaxenwick

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      Dim Flaxenwick 6 years ago from Great Britain

      Well written , beautiful hub. So sad that it happens so often in this sick world.

      Thank you for sharing

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      Annie 6 years ago from NewYork

      I do agree with you, Everyday on the street of New York

      it like a zoombie town, as they line the street Mental impaired walking the street, and most of them use the subway as they home, and i witness so many outburst and mental behavior from most of them.

      When are the Goverment going to step up and do the right thing..We need to have mental evaluation, like any other health care check up for our citizen, and stop focusing or war, the war is righ here and it our children, maybe we need our kids to turn the table and get the job done :(Children of the corn) come to mind,and help these deranged folk.....thank you for commenting.

      I support Mental evaluation for all folks... let it be mandatary....

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      junko 6 years ago

      Everyday I see men of all ages and races walking up and down my street. These men are oviously medicated and some walk slowly and look spaced out. others walk too briskly and look spaced out. The Governor closed the only Mental Health services for the poor, here in New Orleans. He moved the services and the the funds to another Parish, where the people don't suffer from the PTSD that the poor of Orleans Parish suffers from, post Katrina. Now the mentally ill resides in residential housing, under the smoke screen of saving state money by a Privatize solution. Now the poor is paid a stipen to house the Mentally ill, instead of renting there homes. It's dangerous because the inexperienced can houses, but not service or control the the mentally ill. Federal stimulas money was spent in Louisiana, but not for mental health in New Orleans, go figure. Wake up everybody. Vote up & useful