Affluenza kid on the run

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Re: Affluenza kid on the run

Postby Medius » Tue Dec 29, 2015 4:00 pm

Bow2Bruce wrote:Looks like he faces a maximum prison sentence of 120 days http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow ... story.html


They should have let him go to Mexican prison for travelling illegally.
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Re: Affluenza kid on the run

Postby spacemonkey » Wed Dec 30, 2015 12:25 pm

Bow2Bruce wrote:
spacemonkey wrote:
Bow2Bruce wrote:
spacemonkey wrote:The idiot judge should also join them in prison.

On what charges?

Abusing the law.

Can you cite the criminal code here?

The same code that covers Affluenza, Code # BS-101.
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Re: Affluenza kid on the run

Postby Philly » Wed Dec 30, 2015 12:31 pm

spacemonkey wrote:
Bow2Bruce wrote:
spacemonkey wrote:
Bow2Bruce wrote:
spacemonkey wrote:The idiot judge should also join them in prison.

On what charges?

Abusing the law.

Can you cite the criminal code here?

The same code that covers Affluenza, Code # BS-101.

Affluenza isn't a real thing. Prison is.
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Re: Affluenza kid on the run

Postby mike121 » Thu Dec 22, 2016 12:11 am

exploited wrote:
Medius wrote:
exploited wrote:Well considering his mother is with him, this actually confirms that he wasn't taught right or wrong.


There may be plenty to blame on the parents, but I wouldn't really say this is part of it. If I had the money, I'd do anything I could to keep my kid out of jail and sent to Tennessee online dui class. The state never should have allowed it to be possible.


I'd say a large chunk of it rests with the parents, although I certainly agree that shouldn't provide any sort of excuse... at least not so long as it doesn't work equally as well for poor kids from shit homes.

As for what I'd do as a parent, it would depend on what my kid did. Considering I'm the type of guy who would allow my kid to drink, and would also be glad to DD for him and his friends, if my kid were to kill four people while drunk driving, I'd personally escort him to jail myself.


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I think parents are also responsible in such kind of cases where children kill the people while drunk driving.
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