Skip to comments.9-year-old charged in McDonald's armed robbery also arrested in carjacking
Posted on 03/16/2013 7:41:54 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
A 9-year-old boy arrested and charged with armed robbery at a McDonald's last month was one of four people arrested Thursday night in connection with a carjacking.
Police said charges were denied against the 9-year-old, who was arrested for breaking out the window of a business in January in addition to the armed robbery last month. The 9-year-old was released into the custody of the Illinois Department of Children ansd Family Services, police said.
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“....if I had a son...” yatta yatta yatta.
It is amazing how guns can train a child so young to be a criminal./s
He would be the son 0bama would have, if Bathhouse Barry was heterosexually inclined.
Ah a young Trayvon Martin...
Ah a young Trayvon Martin...
Why didn’t The Short-fingered Ballerina take the kid’s gun first?
He’s precocious, isn’t he?
... and I wasn’t mis-spelling “precious.”
Now look, armed robbery isn’t a crime, it’s a disease.
This article doesn’t give a description of the 9 year old or any of his comrades, so I am going to assume they are white Christian school students.
The kid will wind up dead. And the sooner the better.
Given the realities of the situation, you’re probably right.
The best thing would be for this kid to be placed in some foster or adopted family, probably completely disconnected from his current life, who could and would turn his life around.
That’s not likely to happen, though.
I vote for public hanging and then being disemboweled. But that’s just me!
One of Obama’s people, training for a lifetime career.
“Just another misguided yoot.”
Here is a true story about another “misguided yoot” where I live.
A 12 year old black boy who already had a string of arrests, was arrested and charged with a string of serious crimes, auto theft, driving a get away car at an armed robbery, etc., etc.
When he went to court he was dressed like a little choir boy and we heard the usual pleas of mercy for a good boy gone wrong because of racism, no opportunity, blah, blah, blah...
He was convicted as an adult but got light treatment from the judge. After all, he was a good boy at heart and really “trying to turn his life around”. The judge said he was too young to go to prison with hardened criminals and the “black community” swore they would take responsibility to turn him away from his life of crime.
Over the following years he was in and out of court too many times to count and became a sort of local celebrity criminal. Yet he was always treated with kid gloves in court - even by judges who repeatedly told him the last time was the last time.
He got suspended sentences, had charges dismissed because of incompetence to stand trial, given parole in violation of mandatory sentencing guidelines, there was always some escape hatch available to him - he broke parole repeatedly and still got off, he was sent to rehab where he just walked away without consequence.
There was always some bleeding heart judge or public do-gooder waiting to give him another chance. The police got tired of arresting him. If he did get jail time he was usually released early or able to get a transfer into a half-way house or rehab program instead of doing his actual jail time.
Finally, at the age of 29 he was gunned down in a bar fight saving the community another small fortune in police costs, legal costs, rehabilitation costs, etc. Not to mention sparing us from another 30 ro 40 year crime wave.
When he was shot his family was upset because he was “doing real good”, and was right on the threshold of turning his life around again.
They arrested and convicted the shooter but should have given him a medal.
Nope a young Leroy Brown. Baddest kid in the whole damned town. Badder than old King Kong, and meaner than a junkyard dog.
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