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Old 07-17-2011, 03:43 AM
 
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Murder of Florida teen followed Facebook feud - NYPOST.com

Be advised this is a very vicious murder and some of the details are VERY SICK as to how they killed this young boy.
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Old 07-17-2011, 05:33 AM
 
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Murder of Florida teen followed Facebook feud - NYPOST.com

Be advised this is a very vicious murder and some of the details are VERY SICK as to how they killed this young boy.
What the hell is this world coming to? There is something, seriously, wrong with the youth of this country.
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Old 07-17-2011, 05:45 AM
 
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What is with Florida? It seems like recent$y all sorts of violent crime occurs in that state, crazy.
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Old 07-17-2011, 06:30 AM
 
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i agree with you both above. This really mad me sick an VERY SAD........ How does a group do this an thing they are going to get away with it. One guy who was charged.....OMG Six arrested in brutal murder of Fla. boy*Pictures - CBS News see link he looks like a sick loser.
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Old 07-17-2011, 07:37 AM
 
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The victim was wrong to threaten to burn the house down with family inside but it surely does not make him worthy of being killed or beaten.

A step father helped them hide things?

This is sick. Too many teens today are not being parented, are not being disciplined and are not taught how to fricken deal with their emotions at all. There always seems to be an excuse, "Well my child acts like this because (insert b.s. excuse here)."

There's way too many angry young people out there and no one seems to be paying attention and finding out WHY they are this angry. Is it home life? (A step father who helped them hide things is an indication of what THAT home life is like!) Is it lack of discipline? Do they think they can get away with things because they have their entire lives? Do they think it's cool?

IF anyone felt threatened by what the boy had said about burning the house down, then someone should have gone to the police to make a report.

But this is absurd. This was a 15 year old kid. So he called someone a "****", OH WELL! Fine, be angry but DEAL with that anger appropriately. Considering some of them were adults, 18 and 20 years old, it's pretty clear they don't know how to deal with their emotions either.

Another thread asked if we think those as juveniles should be tried as adults and I answered that I sometimes have a hard time with that...this would be one of those cases where I would NOT have a hard time with that...this was a long, drawn out, violent murder. Whether the person lacks empathy or reason, they do know, they KNOW that what they are doing is wrong.
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Old 07-17-2011, 08:33 AM
 
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Wow, one of the mom's reported it to the police. I'm shocked. Good for her.
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Old 07-17-2011, 09:24 AM
 
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The victim was wrong to threaten to burn the house down with family inside but it surely does not make him worthy of being killed or beaten.

A step father helped them hide things?

This is sick. Too many teens today are not being parented, are not being disciplined and are not taught how to fricken deal with their emotions at all. There always seems to be an excuse, "Well my child acts like this because (insert b.s. excuse here)."

There's way too many angry young people out there and no one seems to be paying attention and finding out WHY they are this angry. Is it home life? (A step father who helped them hide things is an indication of what THAT home life is like!) Is it lack of discipline? Do they think they can get away with things because they have their entire lives? Do they think it's cool?

IF anyone felt threatened by what the boy had said about burning the house down, then someone should have gone to the police to make a report.

But this is absurd. This was a 15 year old kid. So he called someone a "****", OH WELL! Fine, be angry but DEAL with that anger appropriately. Considering some of them were adults, 18 and 20 years old, it's pretty clear they don't know how to deal with their emotions either.

Another thread asked if we think those as juveniles should be tried as adults and I answered that I sometimes have a hard time with that...this would be one of those cases where I would NOT have a hard time with that...this was a long, drawn out, violent murder. Whether the person lacks empathy or reason, they do know, they KNOW that what they are doing is wrong.

That was a claim and never proven that the boy did post that on a fb account. Fact the police still have no proof of it.

IF he had made that claim then the girls family should have called the police and not let their kids take the law into their own hands. I have to say these kids must be learning this type of violence from their parents.

What child thinks like a cruel monster...one who's parents teach their child this type of behavior.
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Old 07-17-2011, 09:31 AM
 
Location: Orlando, Florida
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The victim was wrong to threaten to burn the house down with family inside but it surely does not make him worthy of being killed or beaten.
I just find it amazing how much violence seems to take place within our young people. I can't even fathom how one person could kill another person they know and then be able to touch the dead body. It's just an unreal thought.....isn't it?
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Old 07-17-2011, 09:35 AM
 
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it's our society that promotes it in games, movies, and families who also must be violent and children learn from what they see at home an copy their parents. I cant accept this story it is so sad .
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Old 07-17-2011, 01:56 PM
 
Location: Fort Worth, TX
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I disagree, I have played violent video games from a young age and I'm a pretty calm rational person. I thank my parents for that.

As for these animals, anything less than life w/o parole would be a crime against humanity.
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