|This Scissor Scarey on Jun 25, 2012 @ 09:32 pm|
This was not the first time this young girl had been in trouble with the law over violent threats or actions. At only 13 years of age it really makes you wonder what her future holds. I would like to believe the judge was trying to show this girls what it is like to be on the other end of the scissors.
It gives me shivers to think of how things could have been much worst when she was using scissors on the little girls hair( cut more than hair).
Does the punishment fit the crime, maybe with the combination of the sentencing yes. I really hope she can turn her life around as it has only just begun.
|RE: What do you think of this punishment chicks !!! on Jun 26, 2012 @ 02:42 am|
Originally, I was against this form of punishment. As stereotypical as this sounds, many women have emotional connections in regards to their hair. I know I would have been horrified to have this sort of punishment. However, the more I have thought about it, the more I have decided that this is the perfect way for the perpetrator to understand the feelings and experiences of her victim, because they will both be undergoing the same thing as their hair grows back. No amount of picking up garbage for community service, or time spent in youth detention will produce the same effects; but this will. Hopefully it will give both offenders a chance to develop their sense of empathy towards other human beings.
|Agree but Disagree on Jun 26, 2012 @ 07:37 am|
I think the punishment to cut the girl's hair is completely reasonable, it will teach her a lesson. I think that it should have been decided by the mother and not enforced by a judge though, I don't think he has a right to tell the mom to do that.
|Agree! on Jul 05, 2012 @ 08:36 pm|
This 13-yr old is a monster already. You know what you are doing and have developed rational thought by 13. The punishment suits the crime, which IS assault and very creepy. And she didn't have to cut her hair... she could have chosen the longer sentence. The judge didn't have the right to force a hair cut.. the decision had to be made by the girl and her guardian (mother). I think this might set her straight... if it does, its doing her a huge service. A lesson in consequences is what she needed and clearly the mother wasn't willing to step up.
|agree! on Aug 01, 2012 @ 11:54 am|
I read the article and right away agreed that this is the perfect sentence for her. Community service, Detention, Reimbursement and get her own hair chopped off. This 13 year old is trouble, she's already has a 'record'... at 13!?!? What is this world coming to??
Anyways, 'eye for an eye' in this situation is totally acceptable in my books. This girl can see how it feels like to be on the receiving end of such a bullying drastic and malicious act. I got goosebumps thinking of how things could have gone wrong in that play area! More than hair could have been chopped off!!! Btw where did she get scissors from??
To add to that, the 13yr old kids mother is really a moron. She wants to now sue the judge?? She should be sued for raising such a menace to society!! She can't 'mother' a child and raise her right, but wants to sue the judge who's trying to teach the child where she's obviously failing?