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I am not surprised to read this story.
It's not only in USA like that, about the same in other Western feminized countries, I am from Europe, living in Japan.
The point is about blame: 'Slender Man: the shadowy online figure blamed in grisly Wisconsin stabbing'.
Nobody is obviously blaming these girls, who do not have any feeling of responsibility and who clearly are missing some form of strict discipline in their homes. Maybe it was always told to them they are 'victims'. Girls get easily away with everything, also later on in their life as adults, daughters learn it from their mothers.
However, it is also difficult to blame parents sometimes, because if they punish their children they risk a call to child protection services.
Most children do not have parents anyway, they are either with a single mom who does not care, or with relatives or fosterparents.
Luckily I am living in Asia and I never had such problems like that with my 2 daughters and my Filipina fostergirl, I am happy that all of them are now adults.
He is surprised, because they are girls?
It is proven by many statistics that women/girls of any age are as violent as men.
The question is what to do with these 2 girls? To give them back to their parents and say, it's OK, they are good kids, but be careful with the internet or what?
Last edited by Yohan on Fri Jun 06, 2014 4:51 pm, edited 2 times in total.
well you may see me as heartless, but SLENDERMAN is not to blame. Clearly, the girls are. They need some kind of help whether it be locked behind bars or in a mental home. To let them go unpunished is unjust.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... ttack.html
This is a longer, better summery with pictures.
US-law is crazy, charged as adults and can face 65 years jail. That's over the top.
Personally, I have no idea if those girls still can be corrected, 12 years old is somewhat a borderline. Not so old, but also not so young anymore.
If I could decide, I would separate them from each other and from their parents, with no contacts to them anymore, so they face entire new people - and after a psychiatric examination I would send them to a correctional institute for strictest upbringing - including corporal punishment - for the next 4 years or so. - Maybe still some years later hopefully they might understand and find the way back to a normal life, but not sure.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... acter.html
The next 'slenderman' case. 13 year old girl attacks mother with a knife...I wonder why parents do not interfere, this girl has clearly known mental problems and has access to horror movies etc...?
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