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Posted: Fri Aug 01, 2008 8:04 pm Post subject: · Quote (external - login to view)Aw, poor Gerry.........
Gerryh on Canadian Content wrote:Actually...sorry...I have reconsidered...I will not be posting any examples, stories, ancedotes as what I post here does not stay here, but instead is cross posted by someone to another forum.
I'd like to thank that "someone" who is kind enough to continue e-mailing his crap to the repository!
I guess Gerry is "still" lurking.......
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Posted: Sat Aug 02, 2008 2:13 pm Post subject: · Quote (external - login to view)Gerry's in one of his pouty moods again.
Following a paste of my post from here, there's this;
Gerryh on Canadian Content wrote:Didn't take the f*ckwad long...did it.....I won't be posting here anymore.
Just for the record Gerry. The posts are supplied from a regular member of that forum you poor maligned dick!
I guess he'll be lurking there now like he does here!
Now....this is a HELL of alot better than what you started this thread out with, and what you have done on other threads....and boy...do I have some tales to tell concerning EXACTLEY what you are asking....I just don't have time right thisminute to tell..... let's just start out with that my 2 oldest boys are ADD/ADHD with violent tendancys...I'll get back to this.
Personally, I believe there should be a LOT more concern for the kids in divorces. We can't change the current fashion (or lazy streak) that says it's easier to walk away from tough times than it is to work your way through them ... but should two "adults" really be permitted to mess with the kids heads or use them as pawns in their own control-it-all games? Daddy says I don't have to do that or Mommy told me you were a jerk for stopping me ... or Mommy has a friend coming over so you go to the mall. Daddy can't take you any more. What empathy does the kid learn? What sort of jealousy is the kid going to pick up when that's the atmosphere in which they're raised? What respect is a kid going to learn when there is no means to get the point home? There are no easy answers. It all boils down to it's a throw away society and our kids are paying the price for it.
Didn't take the f*ckwad long...did it.....I won't be posting here anymore.
One of five teenagers charged in the torture a 14-year-old Dartmouth girl is expected to plead to his charges next month.
On June 14, the girl was burned several times with cigarettes, thrown down a set of stairs, beaten with a mop handle and punched in the face and had much of her hair cut off during an incident in Dartmouth that lasted several hours.
In Halifax youth court on Thursday, Crown attorney Terry Nickerson told Judge Pam Williams he will be seeking an adult sentence for the 17-year-old boy on all charges.
Defence lawyer Wayne Bacchus requested an adjournment for his client because there’s a video that he would like to view. The boy returns to court Sept. 4.
The five teenagers are each charged with aggravated assault, assault causing bodily harm, uttering a death threat, unlawful confinement and two counts of assault with a weapon.
The girl and the five accused all know one another.
A second 17-year-old boy has pleaded not guilty to those charges and to kidnapping. His trial is set for Feb. 23-24.
And two girls, 15 and 13, also return to court Sept. 4 to enter pleas. Neither the minors nor the complainant can be named because of their ages.
The only adult charged in the case, Brandon Weare, 18, has pleaded guilty to one count of assaulting the girl with a mop handle. He returns to court Sept. 19 for sentencing.
i'd understand a nagging if ppl didnt like the kid, but torture? i mean come on, i doubt the girl did anything that horrible to deserve a beating
A 14-year-old girl was burned with cigarettes, thrown down a flight of stairs and held inside a freezer during a three-hour attack by a gang of teenagers in a Dartmouth apartment on June 14, Halifax Youth Court heard Wednesday.
One of five teenagers charged in the case pleaded guilty Wednesday to one charge each of aggravated assault and forcible confinement.
The 17-year-old boy, whose identity is protected by the Youth Criminal Justice Act, will return to court Dec. 2 for sentencing. Judge Pam Williams ordered a psychological assessment and a pre-sentence report be prepared before sentencing.
"She was confined and tortured," Crown lawyer Terry Nickerson said the of the victim.
In an agreed statement of facts, Nickerson told the court that the girl was dragged into the apartment on Marilyn Street by her hair. Once there, the 17-year-old boy joined others in piling furniture against the apartment door to prevent her escape.
Nickerson said the girl was burned with cigarettes and thrown down a flight of stairs so violently that her head went through a wall. Most of the victim's hair was cut off.
Finally, the gang put her into a freezer, Nickerson said, and the 17-year-old boy admitted to being one of the people who sat on the lid to keep her trapped inside.
"Occasionally, the door was opened to the deep-freeze, and some cold water would be poured on [the girl] while she was inside," Nickerson said.
At the end of the assault, the 17-year-old helped carry the victim to her home, he said.
Nickerson told the court he is no longer seeking to have the boy sentenced as an adult or to have him designated as a serious violent offender.
The two girls charged in the case, aged 16 and 13, will be back in court Sept. 18 and Oct. 9 to enter pleas.
A second 17-year-old boy has pleaded not guilty to several charges and his trial is scheduled for Feb. 23 or 24.
The only adult charged in the case, Brandon Weare, 18, pleaded guilty to assaulting the girl with a mop handle. He will be sentenced Sept. 19.
One of five Dartmouth teens charged in the confinement and torture of a 14-year-old girl wants to be tried by a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge.
The 16-year-old girl, whose identity is protected by the Youth Criminal Justice Act, made the choice Thursday in Halifax youth court.
Judge Pam Williams set aside Nov. 21 for the girl’s preliminary inquiry, to determine whether there is enough evidence to send the matter to trial.
The teen, who has been denied bail, will remain in custody at the Nova Scotia Youth Facility in Waterville.
The girl faces seven charges in connection with the June 14 attack inside a home on Marilyn Drive in Dartmouth: aggravated assault, two counts of assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm, kidnapping, unlawful confinement and uttering threats.
The victim was dragged into the home by her hair, beaten with a mop handle, thrown down a set of stairs, burned with a cigarette, held in a freezer and sprayed with cleaner during the attack, which lasted hours. Her assailants also smashed her cellphone to pieces and, after borrowing a pair of scissors from a neighbour, cut off much of her hair.
Three other teens face charges in youth court and one in adult court.
A 17-year-old boy has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and unlawful confinement and will be sentenced in December.
Another 17-year-old boy has pleaded not guilty to six charges and will be tried in February.
A 13-year-old girl has yet to enter pleas. She returns to court Oct. 9.
Brandon Weare, 18, is old enough to be dealt with in Dartmouth provincial court. He has pleaded guilty to assault with a weapon and is awaiting sentencing.