Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Edmonton Journal 4 hrs · Family of the woman made the trip to the courthouse but the victim, who required multiple surgeries on her face after the February attack at the Elk Island child and youth ranch in Lamont, did not.

Family of the woman made the trip to the courthouse but the victim, who required multiple surgeries on her face after the February attack at the Elk Island child and youth ranch in Lamont, did not.
Two teenage boys accused of attempted murder after an attack on a 60-year-old female youth care facility worker appeared in Fort Saskatchewan court for a…
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Victor Barr We need to get rid of the young Offenders Act. These punks can murder a bunch of people and when they turn adults their records are expunged
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Michelle Savoie I, respectfully, disagree. If youth have just made a stupid mistake, as youth often do, I see no point in ruining their entire lives. If they are just a bad person then they will get caught again when they are adults. Some people were angels as a teenager but a lot are not and need life experiences before they wake up and figure life out. That doesn't mean that 30 years later they should still be marked as a criminal because of the one bad thing they did when they were a youth. It's about rehabilitation, forgiveness, and learning from your mistakes not ruining people's lives forever.
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Julie Ali Michelle Savoie I agree with you Michelle. There are a ton of dumb things we do as kids because neurodevelopment is not complete and sometimes experiences teach us best. No point harming a kid for life because of dumb things done as a kid.
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