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Posted in: 4-yr-old girl falls to death from 6th-floor hotel window See in context

This is unbelievably sad. Most hotels in the US have windows that only open a few inches. Superstar Eric Clapton's son fell 53 stories out of a New York Apartment building and died. As a mother, I can't even imagine the horror this family must be experiencing. I pray the family is able to recover as much as possible.

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Posted in: 15-year-old girl arrested for abandoning mother's body in Okinawa home See in context

15 year-olds can do a lot although you have to wait for the facts in this case to form a sound judgement. In the states, we just had an 11 year-old commit premeditated murder by shooting is father's pregnant girlfriend and hopping on a bus to school as if it was a regular day. He is being charged as an adult because PA doesn't have a law to charge juveniles for murder. In Maryland, a 12 year-old killed his mother and little brother with a metal instrument by beating them both to death. Sounds unbelievable but the laws have not caught up with the changing times. These kids know how to form intent, plan a crime and carry it out. Don't know about this young lady but maybe she was influenced by her grown man boyfriend. Maybe she influenced him. Sad case all the way around.

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Posted in: Ibaraki woman held after slamming 2-yr-old daughter’s head into floor See in context

fusedentropy

I agree with your comments 100%. You have the genius (or common sense) award of the day!

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Posted in: The do's and don'ts of having an affair See in context

I'm with you Cammi. Right on!

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Posted in: 16-year-old boy arrested for barging into ex-girlfriend's high school with knife in Kitakyushu See in context

Sorry, I meant OF our societies.

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Posted in: 16-year-old boy arrested for barging into ex-girlfriend's high school with knife in Kitakyushu See in context

I think if this boy had found his ex, he would have hurt or killed her. I am a former Magistrate (&court officer) I have locked up many kids. I didn't like it but kids are committing 50% of the crimes (where I live. And they are committing crimes once thought to be adult. It seems that Japan and other countries are having more and more problems with kids and crime. I guess we are providing a good example for some of Japan's youth. Depending upon the crime, they get protection because they are minors. That is scary to me when you have 12 year-olds who clearly form intent to murder. Sad state or our societies!

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