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Old 07-21-2019, 08:19 AM
 
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Lord please forgive me for laughing at this.
ehh, he'll adapt to it. or he'll off himself in a decade.
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Old 07-21-2019, 11:32 AM
 
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On another hand , that other prick won’t bully anyone ever again.

The word "bullying" does not refer to a specific fact, but to an interpretation of facts. This interpretation covers a wide range of facts, from repeatedly beating up someone, to merely tossing a paper ball.

So, the word "bullying" can refer to events that range from severe to nothing at all.

Doesn't sound like the "bullying" in this case merited a death sentence. If there even was any "bullying."
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Old 07-21-2019, 02:34 PM
 
Location: NYC
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Can't play God over being bullied. Which was BS to begin with since he never interacted with them prior to the stabbing.

Now he'll be washing other men's underwear in prison.

Make ya bed

Sleep in it.
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Old 07-21-2019, 02:49 PM
 
Location: In the heights
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It's pretty believable that the boy was bullied and generally on edge, but getting that high strung enough that a ball of paper thrown your way and jeers is enough to pull out a knife and stab someone points at the kid needing to be away from the general population for a bit. I hope that time is spent rehabilitating himself and trying to find a more productive way to protect himself and better his circumstances.

Also, was the school a mess in general? If so, were there any steps to actually improve the school afterwards?
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Old 07-21-2019, 06:43 PM
 
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It's pretty believable that the boy was bullied and generally on edge, but getting that high strung enough that a ball of paper thrown your way and jeers is enough to pull out a knife and stab someone points at the kid needing to be away from the general population for a bit. I hope that time is spent rehabilitating himself and trying to find a more productive way to protect himself and better his circumstances.

Also, was the school a mess in general? If so, were there any steps to actually improve the school afterwards?
The school was a mess. With the students often fighting. In that guy's case. He was known to bring in knives, as said from reports. It also doesnt help that the principal requested metal detectors, but they were denied by the DOE
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Old Today, 11:33 AM
 
Location: Manhattan
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When Cedeno’s lawyer asked for bail for his client until sentencing in September, Justice Michael Gross, retorted, “The presumption of innocence no longer applies to Mr. Cedeno’’ and ordered him remanded.


That is almost the definition of a crooked, homophobic judge.
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Old Today, 03:04 PM
 
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When Cedeno’s lawyer asked for bail for his client until sentencing in September, Justice Michael Gross, retorted, “The presumption of innocence no longer applies to Mr. Cedeno’’ and ordered him remanded.


That is almost the definition of a crooked, homophobic judge.
Oh stop it. At this point he was already convicted of Manslaughter in the 1st degree, of course he wasnt going to be able to go home from court and watch Netflix. There nothing homophobic about that. He was lucky the judge didnt remand him or give him a high bail when he got arrested which is what would happen to the average murderer
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Old Today, 05:56 PM
 
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Oh stop it. At this point he was already convicted of Manslaughter in the 1st degree, of course he wasnt going to be able to go home from court and watch Netflix. There nothing homophobic about that. He was lucky the judge didnt remand him or give him a high bail when he got arrested which is what would happen to the average murderer
Actually, he did have a high bail before. $500,000. But the LGBT support reduced it.
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