Started by SGOS, February 16, 2013, 09:44:17 AM
QuoteStaff members asked the 10-year-old boy why he had the gun. The boy reportedly told staff he was going to "get" an 11-year-old classmate who had been mean to them and "do her in." The Spokesman reported the two planned to stab the girl with a knife and then keep everyone else a bay with the gun.The boys admitted to the teacher that there were other students they wanted to kill. They also allegedly admitted to the teacher they were going to kill the girl on the day the weapons were found.
Quote from: "AllPurposeAtheist"And the powers that be will probably try to bury the kid under the prison for life.. at 10 I probably planned similar plots and got my ass paddled.. Obviously I turned into a mass murderer.. :roll:
Quote from: "AllPurposeAtheist"10 year olds overreact regularly. At 10 this kid can be shown different ways of dealing with problems.. Perhaps the school needs to review how they deal with problems as well to prevent them before kids feel the need to kill.
Quote from: "drunkenshoe"But the problem here is 10 year olds shouldn't get their hands on guns this easily.
Quote from: "drunkenshoe"Yeah children are children. But the problem here is 10 year olds shouldn't get their hands on guns this easily.
Quote from: "SGOS""These kids brought a knife, gun, and $80 to school? Do they have parents?"
Quote from: "buttfinger"The cultural problem here is that it IS the parents fault for allowing their children this kind of access. The reason it's the norm is that we don't fix this problem of parents having the right to give children access to deadly tools before they're mature enough to understand the consequences of using these tools.