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Posted 5/28/15


Fine, i accept that i was wrong. It was extreme to say that i bet it's the violent games fault.
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Faux news? Enough said.
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seems like the parents need to plant a foot up his rear end. not gonna lie, if this was my kid, I would tear them a new one
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Posted 5/28/15

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That's why Xbox is better.


Stop being such a fanboy, things like this can happen anywhere and everywhere. Remember, he downloaded this from some website. Therefore meaning you can download the files on your console, PC, phone, tablet and everything else whit a web browser installed


I know. I know.
I was just kidding. Don't get mad bro.
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What the heck...
Who on earth is the Judge that is clearly against the Criminology principle that "The Minor is conscious of what he is doing, yet still malleable from external agents in term of penal responsibility and such minor shall not imputed with charge of crimes"

I don't know what the heck their legislation dictates. The one that should be imputed by administrative negligence of the minor must be their parent; the child did not factory that Videogame console by his own, nor got the free time to get in contact with real terrorist.


That a very unfair and unreasonable thing to say. There no way you can know what your child is doing a all times. No matter how well you rise your child, sometimes they are just bad and no amount of parenting will change that.

You do the crime you must be prepare to face the music. If we change the kid to adult you will probably be saying something else entirely.

The kid should get check in the head to see if this a mental problem or he just a normal person who decide to try to do something wrong.



Ok, I may overreacted to their parent but still standing the idea that the boy does not have to serve the 8 month in the juvenile detention center.

There are administrative measures that other authorities may have issue in this case for prevention, example , preventive alert from their school, if he was noticed in October last year about terrorism he would have ben issued a social rehabilitation by a family judge(or equivalent of the case in Austria) to a rehabilitation center not a detention center from there.

What I mean a good parenting would not let this happen.
Posted 5/28/15

IngramIV wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:


IngramIV wrote:

What the heck...
Who on earth is the Judge that is clearly against the Criminology principle that "The Minor is conscious of what he is doing, yet still malleable from external agents in term of penal responsibility and such minor shall not imputed with charge of crimes"

I don't know what the heck their legislation dictates. The one that should be imputed by administrative negligence of the minor must be their parent; the child did not factory that Videogame console by his own, nor got the free time to get in contact with real terrorist.


That a very unfair and unreasonable thing to say. There no way you can know what your child is doing a all times. No matter how well you rise your child, sometimes they are just bad and no amount of parenting will change that.

You do the crime you must be prepare to face the music. If we change the kid to adult you will probably be saying something else entirely.

The kid should get check in the head to see if this a mental problem or he just a normal person who decide to try to do something wrong.



Ok, I may overreacted to their parent but still standing the idea that the boy does not have to serve the 8 month in the juvenile detention center.

There are administrative measures that other authorities may have issue in this case for prevention, example , preventive alert from their school, if he was noticed in October last year about terrorism he would have ben issued a social rehabilitation by a family judge(or equivalent of the case in Austria) to a rehabilitation center not a detention center from there.

What I mean a good parenting would not let this happen.


I have seen kids with good parents make bad and I mean bad choices in life. Some times good people have a bad child. I mean look a this.


Slender Man trial: Two 12-year-old girls repeatedly stabbed friend 'to please' fictional online character.


Two teenage girls repeatedly stabbed their friend after becoming convinced they were pleasing the fictional online character Slender Man, a court in the US has been told.



A hearing in Wisconsin into the notorious assault on Peyton Leutner was shown a notebook belonging to one of the girls which contained macabre hand-drawn sketches, one of which showed a young girl with a scythe standing over a dead girl and a caption that read “I love killing people”.

The court was also shown a mutilated Barbie doll belonging to the same girl on which the hair and limbs cut and satanic makings had been scribbled on the doll’s chest.

Two girls are accused of stabbing their friend to please the fictional online character Slender Man

The two girls are accused of luring their friend a park in the Milwaukee suburb of Waukesha on 31 May and stabbing her 19 times. Ms Leutner barely survived the attack and one stab wound narrowly missed her heart.

This week, Anthony Cotton, a lawyer for one of the two girls tried to persuade the judge to move the case to a juvenile court. He said his client was mentally disturbed and genuinely believed she had to kill her friend to protect her family, the Associated Press reported.

Taking the stand on Tuesday during the second day of the preliminary hearing, psychologist Deborah Collins testified that she has interviewed the girl several times and concluded that she believed Slender Man was real.

Two 12-year-old accused of stabbing a friend are said to have plotted the alleged attack for months

“[Her belief] hasn’t wavered and it’s been unyielding to a rational perspective,” Ms Collins testified. She told the court that the girl told her she also used Vulcan mind control to keep depression at bay – a theme from the Star Wars shows - and believed the Harry Potter villain Lord Voldemort visits her.

A private detective working for the defence testified he discovered more than 60 drawings of Slender Man in the girl’s bedroom, the Associated Press said. Many of the sketches included notes such as “not safe even in your house” and “he is here always”.

The court was shown a mutilated Barbie doll belonging to one of the two alleged attackers

Documents filed to the court reveal the two girls told detectives they had been planning to kill their friend. The alleged attackers were found walking toward Nicolet national forest, where they say they thought they would join Slender Man.

The two girls face charges of attempted murder. If they are convicted in an adult court they could be jailed for 65 years.

The judge said he would decide where the hearing should be heard by March 13. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/slender-man-trial-two-12yearold-girls-repeatedly-stabbed-friend-to-please-fictional-online-character-court-told-10054024.html


Some people are born evil and other make evil choices. And not amount of good parenting will change that. You can try to save them but most of the time is a futile attempt.

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I'm not sure about all the technical jargon, but I'm not saying we need to watch everyone's internet history. I'm saying we should remove information on how to make bombs. You don't even need to shut down the whole site, just remove that particular information. Then you won't need to watch anyone's internet history and invade their privacy, because they won't be able to find information like that anyway. Also, remove materials on Amazon to make bombs. I read an article last night about the many things banned from being sold on ebay, such as drug-related paraphernalia, used underwear etc. If ebay can ban these then surely amazon can ban materials for bombs.
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Posted 5/28/15 , edited 5/28/15

TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:


Alsaer wrote:

Not everyone in the middle east is a terrorist. So, please don't call it a shit hole.

There are parts of the middle east that are really awesome with great people.


Nobody said any such things 'cause we all know that there are great places down there


My bad, my post was directed as someone else, not you. I'm unfamiliar with forums, so I thought that I pressing 'reply' on a post, it would automatically quote it. Thankfully, I figured it out and fixed my post.
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Posted 5/28/15
I'm surprised he could even manage to download the bomb plans on his Playstation considering how often Playstation Network is down...
Posted 5/28/15

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I'm not sure about all the technical jargon, but I'm not saying we need to watch everyone's internet history. I'm saying we should remove information on how to make bombs. You don't even need to shut down the whole site, just remove that particular information. Then you won't need to watch anyone's internet history and invade their privacy, because they won't be able to find information like that anyway. Also, remove materials on Amazon to make bombs. I read an article last night about the many things banned from being sold on ebay, such as drug-related paraphernalia, used underwear etc. If ebay can ban these then surely amazon can ban materials for bombs.


Making that go way will not solve the problem. Besides you can make a bomb of anything. Your house alone has enough material to make a bomb.

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Posted 5/28/15 , edited 5/28/15

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I'm surprised he could even manage to download the bomb plans on his Playstation considering how often Playstation Network is down...


Well, PSN's downtime only makes you unable to access games online. You can still open the browser and download stuff from there
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Maybe I do but I would have no idea where to start. If that sort of information was removed from online then it would help the problem. It's not like they teach it in school.
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Posted 5/28/15 , edited 5/28/15
I think he just needs to grow up. But that's just my opinion. =
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Faux news? Enough said.


Wouldn't surprise me.
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