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12 year old arrested for doodling

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by readingaddict, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. readingaddict

    readingaddict Registered Member

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    http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/02/18/new.york.doodle.arrest/?hpt=C1


    I know I'm not deeply involved in politics, but since when could you arrest a child? I mean I know for obvious stuff like carrying weapons and whatever, but ....for simple minded shit like this....where aren't we spiraling down in? (For the U.S.) :yield:

    The last line is my favorite.
     
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    JuicyBlack Regular Member

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    Great! thats how u stop shit from escalating into worse situations....I say every 12yo in the country needs to experience what it feels like to get handcuffed scared shitless... no better deterrent than being arrested at a young age....thats shit that stays with u till u die...sort of like when u get caught smoking and ur parents force u to smoke a whole pack till u puke....

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  3. justone

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    I am very sure that in Germany police would not come to school and last they'd do is arrest or even handcuff preteens.

    Common sense is missing.
     
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    The world's gone mad!
     
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    It's just sad to think that we have stooped this low as to arrest a tween for drawing on the desk. Whats next, gonna arrest little johnny for beating his meat in the bathroom stall, for indecent exposure? What about the bully who gives the kid a swirlee, gonna arrest him for attempted murder by drowning. It's gone a bit too far here in the states, make me sad to think that it's come to this. I would have been like oh i'm gonna get arrested for drawing on the desk, walk right up and smack the crap out of the teacher, and been now you have some to arrest me for you lame ass piece of crap.
     
  6. leprakhauns

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    It's ridiculous. Doodling on a desk isn't illegal, being late to school isn't illegal and yet these cops are arresting these kids. By calling the cops the principal, teachers, and school board are saying that they can't control the kids, which means that they should be fired and bring in someone who can.
     
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    that would only brew hatred; the punishment should always match the "crime" and I really hope that this girl's parents sue the cops and the principal that called them for shitload of $$$
     
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    So your saying your kid should be arrested for something that isn't illegal? What has this country become?
     
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    You could sue the cops for arresting a minor when no crime had been committed. Doodling on a desk, is not a destruction of property because if that were the case then stepping on a base with dirty shoes when playing baseball could also be seen as destruction of property and no destruction had actually been caused since they could easily clean up the mess. Also it could be ordered since the parent was paying the taxes then while that student was in the class then it is rented out to her, hence temporary ownership and still not a crime.
     
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    nazri97 Newbie

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    What is "doodling" means? Sorry i am not english man,
     
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    Drawing.
     
  12. hardhat

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    I wouldn't involve the cops in this. Doodling is a not a crime after all.
    But what I would do - is fining her parents for lots of $$$$.
    I bet you all, in one year's time, no parent will allow his kid to doodle on public property.