10 Year-Old Boy Has Spent 2 Months in Adult Jail, Facing Minimum 25 Years

December 22, 2014   |   Alissa Kokkins

Cassandra Rules
December 22, 2014

(TheAntiMedia) Damascus Township, PA– In early October, 10 year old Tristen Kurilla was charged as an adult in the murder of 90 year old Helen Novak, an elderly woman in his grandfather’s care. When his grandfather found Novak she was injured, but declined going to the hospital. She later died from her injuries.

After confessing his crime to his mother, she brought him to the state police barracks where he confessed to the crime. The child told police that he had put a cane around her neck and punched her repeatedly after she had scolded and yelled at him. The 5th grader told officers he was not trying to kill the woman, but wanted to hurt her. His mother then waived his right to an attorney.

No details have been released on what would cause such a young child who likely has not even entered puberty to snap in such an extreme manor. His mother did tell police that she has had trouble with her son in the past however, and that he has mental difficulties and has been previously violent. It is currently unclear if she ever sought help to get to the root of her son’s issues.

While Kurilla is one of the youngest children to sit in an adult prison in Pennsylvania, the state has a mandatory law that all acts of criminal homicide must first be filed in adult court by the prosecutor, regardless the age of the perpetrator. Only Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin lack age thresholds (typically 13-15) so that a 10 year old may be tried as an adult.

Juvenile detention facilities in the state will not accept children charged with homicide. While this state’s laws are extreme, every state in the country now has ways of transferring juvenile cases to adult court- with estimates of minors tried as adults annually as high as 250,000.

Kurilla has now been sitting in an adult prison for over two months, since the October 11th incident.

His public defender told Fox2 that the child is scared, lonely, and misses his mother.

While Kurilla is currently housed away from the adult population, any logical human being should be able to acknowledge that prison is not a place for a child, and it is unlikely he will receive any effective treatment or the counseling he clearly needs.

A petition was originally filed to have the child released into parental custody or moved to a juvenile facility. Sadly, the petition was withdrawn when the family decided they were not comfortable having their child in their care, and upon realization that the closest juvenile facility was 80 miles away.

There is no question that the crime this child allegedly commit is atrocious, but when the justice system is charging children who are still years away from being a teenager as adults- we may have a problem. The child is currently facing a minimum of 25 years in prison.


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  1. He needs to go some place were his mental health can be evaluated. Is this kind of violence something he saw on television? Children usually hit in anger but to also use the cane speaks loudly that there maybe some unlying mental issue

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  2. Oh look. Yet another example of children being charged as adults without having adult privileges in the first place.

    Somehow someone who is capable of adult crimes and being treated like an adult can't consent to sex or vote at 16? Hmmm…. guess that's the bullshit injustice system for you.

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  3. Children should be allowed to vote drink and have sex. Children should have the same rights as adults if you are going to try them as a adults. This is fucken dumb Right. Right. However Americans are dumb and so is this kids mother.

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  4. serves him right… 10 year olds know the difference between right and wrong and if they want to commit adult crimes like murder, rape etc then they should be charged as one… So over the excuse "he's only a child" being used as a way to lessen the crimes of kids who know exactly what they are doing…

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  5. except prison is PRECISELY where you go to learn to become a more skilled criminal. putting him in prison will literally do nothing to help him.

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  6. He is a murderer. Put him on death row with the other inmates. I am a firm believer of the death penalty.

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  7. Why is nobody mentioning parental abuse? Kids don't just snap like this. It says the old woman, who is NOT a family member had scolded and yelled at him which caused him to fly into a rage. Who the hell yells at someone else's kid? Again, even if she did do this, this is unlikely to be the sole factor in him flying off the hook. I am willing to bet money his own family treats him like shit.

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  8. At ten years old there is still so much psychological development going on in a child's brain. You're comment reeks of ignorance.

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  9. The family seems uncoverned. She waived his right to an attorney ?
    Why isn't this kid in a psychiatric hospital somewhere ??

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  10. unconcerned*

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  11. the point isn't whether or not his crime should be dismissed but rather if he should be in fucking PRISON. This kid will eventually get out of prison, most likely not getting the mental care he evidently needs, and be much more fucked up and dangerous than he ever could be now…put him somewhere were he can get help.

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  12. I disagree. He is a child and being in an adult prison, that child's gonna get raped. It's wrong. He should be in a juvenile detention center until he reaches 18, then placed in an adult prison. I also disagree with the mother waiving his rights to an attorney. That's just plain wrong! People are so screwed up.

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  13. 10 year old don't do things like this just because. Either he has a mental problem and needs help, or he himself was abuses and again, needs help. Sending him to adult prison he's not going to get any of the help he needs and is probably going to be a lot worse off when he gets out at 35 years old.

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  14. Chanise Dawn exactly. at 35 years hold he'll already be institutionalized and maybe kill again just to get back inside

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  15. society has gone to shit because we are treating children like adults and adults like children

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  16. It is painfully obvious that this child is reacting not acting to abuse at home. It is also painfully obvious that his parents do not want him. Why is this kid not getting professional help? Instead he's in a jail!

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  17. Jacob Fleming I really don't think so. He is old enough to premeditate a murder. He is socially unredeemable

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  18. Barbara Sobel I'd prefer we keep him over you. At least there is faint hope for his poor soul.

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  19. The reason Nevada has no age threshold is because gangs use 10 yrs Olds to commit violent crimes because they don't get same sentences as adults and they have a gang member for life after that. Some 10 yrs Olds do belong in prison,Not an adult prison though.

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  20. Can you read or are you just spewing bile on comments sections all over the internet? It was an act of rage, sudden anger, not premeditated murder.

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  21. Mitch Mitchelson Obviously you have never worked with criminals, the criminal justice system nor children of that age who obviously have Boarderline Personality Disorders and other Diagnosable mental illnesses. If you have, you would realize that there are no medications, rehabilitation or cures that have been documented to cure and/or help an individual develop mechanisms to cure this type of behavior. If you would like to discuss the findings of whether or not psychopathic criminals can be cured as discussed in Psychology today and the findings of Dr. Nigel Blackwood I would gladly discuss them with you. What are your opinions Mitch on the resent studies and findings?

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  22. You're not very bright
    It wasn't premeditated and the woman died after refusing treatment. This kid needs mental help not a death aentance

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  23. My opinion is to try something else besides just putting down every child with a mental disorder.You're a such individual Barbara.

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  24. Jacob Fleming So you are partial to Paul Babiak's beliefs. Would you care to discuss them? Which of his writings would you be quoting from since I am familiar with most of them, but not all.

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  25. Barbara Sobel I will not debate psychology with you however I will say that if Dr. Nigel Blackwoods claims are indeed true than I suppose that this boy is just as lost as you

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  26. Sounds to me like his parents shouldn't be parents. .

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  27. Sounds like the parents are scared of the kid. Sad to say, but some ppl r 'wired wrong'.

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  28. you're an idiot, and his mom should be right next to him in prison.

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  29. Yeah, When i did my Psych Rotation at HMP NL Canada… there were a lot of people who were facing 2 yrs to 3 years for breaking and entering and robbery (Actually most in general pop.) and 9 months for petty theft under 5 thousand. At the same time in Protective custody were a lot of people who were rapist facing 9 months to 2 years for rape and 9 months to a year for sexually abusing children. The guys who got 2 years and some 18 months got in trouble for breaking into cabin in the woods. and a lot of people for fraud (Money fraud or check fraud for 3 years awaiting transfer to a federal prison) I agree its all crime and wrong but think about it… should someone who raped a child and especially an 18 month year old child and a wheel bound disabled 9-12 year old get 9 months to 12 months in a protective custody jail and housed and a guy who raped a woman 2 years and domestic assault 2 years (All forms of rape are and abuse are wrong but just stating facts.) WHILE someone who broke into a cabin or got caught stealing be it petty theft from a convenience store or breaking into a vacant house (If armed robbery or breaking into a house with people in it its a minimum 3 years to 8 years) gets a longer sentence. Someone who wrote a fake check gets 9 months. I just think the system is very very unbalanced. and such leniency for the pedophiles… And getting into a bar fight is assault which is straight up 18 months in jail. It makes we start to believe those old men who put some of these child rapists away giving them such light sentences are themselves of those sorts. why lee would you give the most heinous crime which is violation of another and especially an innocent child such a light sentence and shows the immorality of our society and the value it places on material/monetary items!!! I don't know how this child will be in special custody because he will be placed with these monsters. I think they mother of this child should have been charged as well… When a Dog bites someone the owner is charged(Not saying this child is a dog or comparing) But this child was under the care of the family and they should have been charged and the 90 year old lady refused hospital admission and treatment. it also should play a role… Any way this is just messed up no matter which way you look at it

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  30. Chanise Dawn Agreed The point is rehabilitation not punishment. and i think most people forget that. Justice shouldn't be about punishment. Punishment is deterrent for future crimes but its about rehab. so when he/she comes out of prison they will not commit a crime or that sort of crime again.

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  31. Ummm maybe a mental health facility for children.?? He's freaking 10. This is not the right punishment. The boy is going to get very sick . help him now. I Don't believe he's a "KILLER" but very sick and needs help now!

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  32. Yeah, When i did my Psych Rotation at HMP NL Canada… there were a lot of people who were facing 2 yrs to 3 years for breaking and entering and robbery (Actually most in general pop.) and 9 months for petty theft under 5 thousand. At the same time in Protective custody were a lot of people who were rapist facing 9 months to 2 years for rape and 9 months to a year for sexually abusing children. The guys who got 2 years and some 18 months got in trouble for breaking into cabin in the woods. and a lot of people for fraud (Money fraud or check fraud for 3 years awaiting transfer to a federal prison) I agree its all crime and wrong but think about it… should someone who raped a child and especially an 18 month year old child and a wheel bound disabled 9-12 year old get 9 months to 12 months in a protective custody jail and housed and a guy who raped a woman 2 years and domestic assault 2 years (All forms of rape are and abuse are wrong but just stating facts.) WHILE someone who broke into a cabin or got caught stealing be it petty theft from a convenience store or breaking into a vacant house (If armed robbery or breaking into a house with people in it its a minimum 3 years to 8 years) gets a longer sentence. Someone who wrote a fake check gets 9 months. I just think the system is very very unbalanced. and such leniency for the pedophiles… And getting into a bar fight is assault which is straight up 18 months in jail. It makes we start to believe those old men who put some of these child rapists away giving them such light sentences are themselves of those sorts. why lee would you give the most heinous crime which is violation of another and especially an innocent child such a light sentence and shows the immorality of our society and the value it places on material/monetary items!!! I don't know how this child will be in special custody because he will be placed with these monsters. I think they mother of this child should have been charged as well… When a Dog bites someone the owner is charged(Not saying this child is a dog or comparing) But this child was under the care of the family and they should have been charged and the 90 year old lady refused hospital admission and treatment. it also should play a role… Any way this is just messed up no matter which way you look at it

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  33. If he was 35 he wouldn't get the death penalty. She died after refusing medical treatment, and it was stated that he attacked her after she scolded him. Doesn't sound like premeditated murder to me, more like manslaughter. Don't need a psychological degree to be logical.

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  34. Mitch Mitchelson You are familiar with Nigel. Then you must know my affiliation with him. Odd, he is clueless of who you are. What part of Nigel's hypothesis do you agree with?

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  35. I totally agree, in an ideal world there would be no need for prisons and it would all be about rehabilitation… but he's in an adult prison for a reason and at least they are keeping him separate… but you know what you are all right, they should send him to a child's facility and risk those who are already there, hell he might even be able to teach a few of them how to commit murder.. At least at an adults facility they have the knowledge to deal with murderers, which is what he is.. and hopefully because they have that knowledge they can get him the help he needs, even if it scares him straight..
    BTW, if you all are so against him being there why don't one of you have him at your place.. hell his mother had the chance and even she decided against it…

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  36. "The child is scared, lonely and misses his mother."
    Please. Kid should've considered that before he took a life. Now he can rot, for all I care. He doesn't deserve to leave.

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  37. Just sign of the end time.
    MARK 13:12 says:
    Brothers and sisters will hand each other over to death. A father will turn in his children. Children will rise up against their parents and have them executed.

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  38. Just sign of the end time.
    MARK 13:12 says:
    Brothers and sisters will hand each other over to death. Afather will turn in his children. Children will rise up against their parents and have them executed.

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  39. Just sign of the end time.
    MARK 13:12 says:
    Brothers and sisters will hand each other over to death. Afather will turn in his children. Children will rise up against their parents and have them executed.

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  40. When i did my Psych Rotation at HMP NL Canada… there were a lot of people who were facing 2 yrs to 3 years for breaking and entering and robbery (Actually most in general pop.) and 9 months for petty theft under 5 thousand. At the same time in Protective custody were a lot of people who were rapist facing 9 months to 2 years for rape and 9 months to a year for sexually abusing children. The guys who got 2 years and some 18 months got in trouble for breaking into cabin in the woods. and a lot of people for fraud (Money fraud or check fraud for 3 years awaiting transfer to a federal prison) I agree its all crime and wrong but think about it… should someone who raped a child and especially an 18 month year old child and a wheel bound disabled 9-12 year old get 9 months to 12 months in a protective custody jail and housed and a guy who raped a woman 2 years and domestic assault 2 years (All forms of rape are and abuse are wrong but just stating facts.) WHILE someone who broke into a cabin or got caught stealing be it petty theft from a convenience store or breaking into a vacant house (If armed robbery or breaking into a house with people in it its a minimum 3 years to 8 years) gets a longer sentence. Someone who wrote a fake check gets 9 months. I just think the system is very very unbalanced. and such leniency for the pedophiles… And getting into a bar fight is assault which is straight up 18 months in jail. It makes we start to believe those old men who put some of these child rapists away giving them such light sentences are themselves of those sorts. why lee would you give the most heinous crime which is violation of another and especially an innocent child such a light sentence and shows the immorality of our society and the value it places on material/monetary items!!! I don't know how this child will be in special custody because he will be placed with these monsters. I think they mother of this child should have been charged as well… When a Dog bites someone the owner is charged(Not saying this child is a dog or comparing) But this child was under the care of the family and they should have been charged and the 90 year old lady refused hospital admission and treatment. it also should play a role… Any way this is just messed up no matter which way you look at it

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  41. I'd like to write to this institution and state government. Can you please release whatever information you can. We should all write to this prison an all involved. Why is nothing being done about these retarded parents. There's something more there.

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  42. Barbara Sobel I am not claiming to be familiar with him, only the words of which you spoke of him.

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  43. Perhaps they can get him into the same, intensive non-violent training courses we put our cops through! Problem solved!

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  44. Mitch Mitchelson And which publication are you discussing? He has written many, and I never discussed his words. Which publication do you want to discuss?

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  45. So are you trying to say that they should just let him go ?
    I'm sure a large factor in them only committing murder once is the fact that most spend the rest of their lives in jail.
    I'm not saying the kid deserves adult prison… but he definitely doesn't need to be released back to unsupervised conditions.
    I'm sure the old lady was mean to him, but that doesn't give him a free pass to kill her either.

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  46. Destiny Phillips I don't know where you drew that idea from seeing as I never said 'just let the wittle guy go'. He needs to be taken from his family and put into foster care. That, or his mom needs to become a not-shitty parent. Personally, I think jails and prisons solve zero problems in our society. I think it should be death penalty for serial killers, prison for murderers, and rehab for everyone else. A lot of thieves just need a leg up to get out of poverty (Though some steal just for the thrill, those are the sociopaths). A lot of murderers murder because they were psychologically tortured for years on end and one day they snapped.

    The kid needs to be psychiatrically treated and put into the system, rather than stay with his likely abusive family.

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  47. Kim NoTaboo Separate! how?? They don't have a special facility for him. Separate means 2 things; 1. Isolation and 2. Protective custody. Isolation (Known as the "hole" is where its is a small small cell designed for 1 person (Sometimes there are 2 or more.. i have seen even 4 or 5) and with the light on 24/7 under camera.. its where suicidal and violent or non adherent prisoners go. It is usually lock down with rotational 1 hour for each cell on that basement block. then there is the SHOE (Special handling blah blah( Which is for extremely violent and "Special" Inmates. Also same like the former mentioned. Then their is 2. PC (Protective custody) where those that cannot fit into general population go (Snitch/informants, Police officers, Rapists and Child Molestors) who fear that they will be harmed. 12 out of 16 cells are shared. so please tell me separate how? Which one s better? Oh and isolation 24 hours a day with nothing to do with one to speak to staring at an orange light or a wall all day with 1 book is really helpful…

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  48. Anthony Carter I agreed with you until you said that he should be put into foster care. There's no doubt that being tossed from home to home and growing up in unstable, unloving conditions would make the anger inside of him worse. CPS tries to keep children at home because more often than not, it's the best place for them. Also, countless children are abused and do not kill. This child has something else going on and he needs to be in a juvenile facility where counseling is available.

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  49. Well for one he confesses to his crime, and that clearly means he is guilty and not messed up. He shouldn't be in an adult prison, there are child molesters In there and that would mess him up even more. He should be in juvi, and he should talk to a counselor For his troubles with anger

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  50. Kim NoTaboo "his mother had the chance and even she decided against it"

    okay that's something. so does that mean he's an actual sociopath or does it mean she's an illegitimate mother who failed to discipline him?

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  51. Joshua Cox 10 year old being a social path when he barely understands the consequences of his action.? i think the latter

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  52. What if he has PTSD and this was a reaction to past abuse? What if he has failure to thrive issues, and his aggression was an attempt to preserve his safety? This doesn't mean he is a sociopath. Where were the parents while all of this was going on? Ten year olds can recover if they get treatment. Why hasn't he gotten intense therapy before this? If my son showed unhealthy aggression, you better believe we would do everything we could to teach him healthy was to deal with his anger. This is coming from someone who has worked with youth diagnosed with conduct disorder, orphans from third world countries, and all types of emotional disturbances. Everyone of them violent due to different reasons.

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  53. Everything about ths is wrong – a child of ten happily admits to a deed of this nature? I do not think I would feel comfortable having him under my roof…what made him that way? bad wiring? or perhaps because that is the way kids are raised today? Adult jail will make things worse – but that is the resoonse you can expect in a police state…

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  54. FFS people, HE IS 10 years old…. he knows the difference between right and wrong.. he MURDERED an old lady because she told him off…
    Why did she tell him off BECAUSE he was prob being a right little shit and deserved to be told off….
    No wonder this world is going shit, children can't be disciplined and held responsible for their actions because they're ONLY what 10, or 11 or 12 or 15, what about 17, 18… How about we teach the children that nothing is their fault, it's got to be their parents, or teachers, or maybe it's societies fault because someone once said no to them demanding lollies before dinner or not allowing them to steal form the corner store…
    How about we teach this little shit that he can get away with MURDER because, oh hell, he's only 10 and therefore it's easier for society to believe he must be innocent and it HAD to be someone else's doing, he's got to have had a hard life or his Mum MUST be shit, rather then face the truth that he's more then likely a sociopath who's actually just reached an age where he feels comfortable enough to finally overpower someone and do something he has always wanted to do.. I wonder how many animals have died at his hands over the years, or even worse how many more people would die if he was being let off lightly and shown that he can get away with murder (as have been proved through-out history)…

    Do I agree with his mother, hell no.. A murderer, no matter his age, deserves every bit of legal representation that they can get to make sure it's a fair outcome, ESP for society… Remember this, HE deliberately KILLED an old lady for telling him off, which she prob had every right to do… imagine if it was YOUR mother, daughter or wife looking after him and he killed them.. would you want him locked away with other children, or maybe you would welcome him into your home because hell we all know you do-gooders have magical powers capable of bringing the good out in everyone…

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  55. Joshua Cox that is the best question and HOPEFULLY the judge asked the very same one; and hopefully that is why he is where he is.. one would def hate to think that the legal system would lock a child up in an adult's facility if it wasn't necessary..

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  56. Looks like a little Psycho.

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  57. Hey Juan what Bible says that?

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  58. Throwing the possibility out there that the boy wasnt wanted by his own parents. He didnt stand a chance at freedom with parents like his. How could his own mother waive his right to help when hes facing 25 years. They were given the possible scenario where he could be home but his parents dont feel comfortable. A small part of me wants to believe he didnt do it. That his mother killed the old lady and made her son confess to doing so, so she wouldnt have to look after her child anymore.

    Even though thats not likely the truth and he probably did kill her, he doesnt deserve what hes been dealing with. His parents should be charged with something for most likely either physically or psychologically abusing him. The fact that his mother wouldnt give him any help and basically thinks he should be in prison tells me she doesnt care that much about him. Truly sad.

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  59. Braeden Van Asperen dude hes ten lol i think he should do time sure but damn man does any child really deserve that level of potential sodomy?

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  60. Parents should not have the right to wave their child (s) right to an attorney. ..and the fact that the mother would Do that raise some red flags about her.

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  61. Sounds like this kids issue started at home with parents that really dont give a damn about him. They have no compassion for their own child. No doubt his crime is horrible but something else is going in. I feel sad for him

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  62. What is wrong with his mother? She seems like she just wanted to be rid of him. I can only imagine the emotional and mental harm she has inflicted upon her son to cause him to have these issues with agression. Are children born into this world angry and violent?

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  63. His parents should be in prison

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  64. Anthony Carter It is sad to see that so many people have some fantasy ideas about foster care and the effects it has on the children in our country. Please try to look at some of the hard core facts that DHS does not want shared with those that support their system.

    Ted Bundy, Son of Sam, and the Hillside strangler all have one thing in common… they were adopted. http://www.amfor.net/killers/

    There are statistics that state that most of our death row inmates were foster children. http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/documents/CunninghamDeathRowReview.pdf

    I also know that statistics for being abused as a child in a foster care setting increase dramatically…

    I am not trying to be rude. I am simply trying to ask you to see this other side where statistics are there that prove that our foster care system is broken.

    I know that none of us knows truly what is best for this young child. However I cannot agree to send him into a broken system where he will become further traumatized and damaged as I would be even more fearful of what he turns out to be after going through the system.

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  65. Kim NoTaboo Its not about necessity but more about availability. what happened to innocent until proven guilty and bail. His trial has gone through has it? we don't know the situation or circumstance. Maybe the lady was beating and abusing the child… we don't know the severity and extent and she didn't think it was a big deal to go to the hospital or serious enough. When after the assault did she pass away from? did she have med conditions that contributed? or did she die of a different cause? the Police has only CHARGED and the courts haven't convicted him yet.

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  66. No matter how you look at it the kid's dangerous and needs to be rehabilitated. The Prison System and Foster Care are not the ways to do that.

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  67. First thing came to my mind they could have been abusing that kid, and were afraid if he could do this to a woman that scolded him, what in the world would he do to them. I have seen adults that were abused as children now bipolar and have schizophrenia. Most parents that love their kids would fight for them no matter what, not just throw them away.

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  68. Lee Rishan didn't he admit to what he did…. but you're right, he SHOULD be wandering the streets and being taught that, due to his age, he can get away with murder… I guess you would all be fine with him living next door to you.. Oh wait, there is child services where he could not only tell his story about what he did to other children but could maybe even have another go at it with a child this time in the hope of 'getting it right..'
    Where do you all suggest he spends his time, you all complain about where he is but I don't see any of you offering him a room under your roof.. Do you really think the mother is that much of a monster that she wouldn't take in her own child if she thought it was safe or he was only protecting himself..

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  69. If you read other articles on this story you would realize that this kid has serious issues! People can be born killers! He has had anger issues before! The woman was 90 years old!! No way in hell could she have done anything to that boy and deserve what he did to her! He went into her room and she yelled for him to get out! And it made him angry so he beat the shit out of her! He held a cane to her neck and punched her repeatedly all over her body! He told police I wanted to hurt her! The old lady said she didn't want to go to the hospital…she never blamed the boy either,how do you if the boy didn't threaten her!?! Stop being so quick to blame the parents! Sheesh! You have no clue if she has tried to get him help or not! How do you know that boy has not hurt his mom? Maybe thats why she is afraid to have him come home! Some people are born sociopaths, its a brain defect/chemical imbalance. This kid needs help yes but he i also right where he should be. I know a lady with 3 boys and the oldest one who is like 10 and he is scary as hell! He hurts animals, he takes his moms underwear and jacks off. They have to keep their room locked at all times because of him! He has been caught trying to jack off in class, he cant use a phone or Internet because he tries to look up demonic shit and porn! He also gets pretty violent at times too. He has had a perfectly safe upbringing both other boys are fine but can't be left alone with their brother. Mom is trying to get help and she is very scared of her own son and it really does hurt her a lot! And he is getting worse as he gets older and smarter.

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  70. Americans are dumb? I assume you are not american. btw, dumb means you can't speak. And to correct you, the majority is ignorant (of the world not just america). But being American doesn't make you dumb.

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  71. Sharolaid Hon that isn't very nice.. plus he is right. What he posted has more value than all the other comments combined

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  72. Isn't this how Michael Myers started out?

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  73. Then why don't you contact the courts and take this sweet child into your home, suggestion sleep with one eye open

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  74. Hmmm looks like he lacked real parenting maybe mom dad or whoever supposedly raised him should be in jail also! This child will never be right he has no human feelings !

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  75. First of no.
    If you do the crime you must do the time. He committed murder and he will be tried as a Murderer. He is dangerous. And Prison is a form of Rehabilitation

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  76. Webster Thomas You don't even know what you're talking about. Murder, especially in the society of repressed emotions like today's society, is getting rarer and rarer. When YOU think of a murderer, you think of Dexter. But actually, murder is usually a one time thing. People snap in rage at someone else because they person pushed them over the edge. Generally it's a long term thing that happens over a long period of time.

    Now, for sure, there are males with lots of testosterone who will become enraged and want to kill others and they are likely repeat offenders. As well, the intent of the murder needs to be ascertained. This boy more then likely did not intent to kill the woman, and if you factor in the fact she was screaming at him coupled with potential family abuse, is he really at fault? Put yourself in a similar situation and you might not be able to cope as well.

    Of course, it may have been premeditated as well. Nobody in the comments here knows, but to punish a ten year old kid for murdering a 90 year old woman (That is, to punish someone at the start of their life for the rest of their life, for murdering someone at the END of their life) without having all the facts is absurd!

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  77. That's ok Skipper, Sharolaid Hon would be wise to heed the words found in Ephesians 4:18 "being darkened in their understanding, alienated from the life of God, because of the ignorance that is in them, because of the hardening of their heart"

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  78. Wasn't there another case of two boys murdering someone in the US before now and both were pur in adult prison, nobody mentions them or says they shouldn't be there. Murder is murder.

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  79. you yanks are sick fucks HE,S 10 years old why are you not protesting this .ONE fucked up society

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  80. *manner.

    Lol hard to take anything you say seriously if you misspell simple words

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  81. Kim NoTaboo There is also a young child (Probably scared and told his mother and maybe he hit her and maybe it lead to her death or what not.. it can only be decided after a post mortem) and he may have been coerced. Have you had any dealings with police! Her mother waived HIS right to an attorney. What do you think the cops will do to him to get a confession… Regardless we have courts to determine that. Yes we have murderers who get bail and go to court and trial. Its called convictional without a reasonable doubt! For all we know the mother could have argued killed the lady or the grandfather. Anyway the point is. He should not be in an adult detention centre! Perhaps a secured juvenile facility under supervision or max security juvenile centre even away from the state! that is a solution. Children Aid Society should take over the child and his case and offer him counselling. And we at CAMH (Centre for Addiction and mental health) and other institution host various people and give them treatment. He should be there with a child psychiatrist dealing with his mental capacity intent and rehabilitation. These are solutions!

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  82. Braeden Van Asperen Since when did you get the authority to judge! Its not about necessity but more about availability. what happened to innocent until proven guilty and bail. His trial has not gone through has it? we don't know the situation or circumstance. Maybe the lady was beating and abusing the child… we don't know the severity and extent and she didn't think it was a big deal to go to the hospital or serious enough. When after the assault did she pass away from? did she have med conditions that contributed? or did she die of a different cause? the Police has only CHARGED and the courts haven't convicted him yet. There is also a young child (Probably scared and told his mother and maybe he hit her and maybe it lead to her death or what not.. it can only be decided after a post mortem) and he may have been coerced. Have you had any dealings with police! Her mother waived HIS right to an attorney. What do you think the cops will do to him to get a confession… Regardless we have courts to determine that. Yes we have murderers who get bail and go to court and trial. Its called convictional without a reasonable doubt! For all we know the mother could have argued killed the lady or the grandfather. Anyway the point is. He should not be in an adult detention centre! Perhaps a secured juvenile facility under supervision or max security juvenile centre even away from the state! that is a solution. Children Aid Society should take over the child and his case and offer him counselling. And we at CAMH (Centre for Addiction and mental health) and other institution host various people and give them treatment. He should be there with a child psychiatrist dealing with his mental capacity intent and rehabilitation. These are solutions!

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  83. Destiny Phillips Its not about necessity but more about availability. what happened to innocent until proven guilty and bail. His trial has not gone through has it? we don't know the situation or circumstance. Maybe the lady was beating and abusing the child… we don't know the severity and extent and she didn't think it was a big deal to go to the hospital or serious enough. When after the assault did she pass away from? did she have med conditions that contributed? or did she die of a different cause? the Police has only CHARGED and the courts haven't convicted him yet. There is also a young child (Probably scared and told his mother and maybe he hit her and maybe it lead to her death or what not.. it can only be decided after a post mortem) and he may have been coerced. Have you had any dealings with police! Her mother waived HIS right to an attorney. What do you think the cops will do to him to get a confession… Regardless we have courts to determine that. Yes we have murderers who get bail and go to court and trial. Its called convictional without a reasonable doubt! For all we know the mother could have argued killed the lady or the grandfather. Anyway the point is. He should not be in an adult detention centre! Perhaps a secured juvenile facility under supervision or max security juvenile centre even away from the state! that is a solution. Children Aid Society should take over the child and his case and offer him counselling. And we at CAMH (Centre for Addiction and mental health) and other institution host various people and give them treatment. He should be there with a child psychiatrist dealing with his mental capacity intent and rehabilitation. These are solutions!

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  84. Thos kid was taught this behavior. Kids are not born wired wrong they are created. The police department should be looking into abuse. Maybe that Cain was that old lady's weapon of choice in scolding the child. It's sick to think the mother had no problem abandoning her child to the system. Clear evidence something is wrong with the parents.
    I would be concerned as to why my child committed such a crime and would seek help before it ever escalated to violence. Clear evidence of abuse and neglect.

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  85. The mother waived the child's right to an attorney and doesn't want him back… I believe we know why the child is angry and violent!

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  86. Braeden Van Asperen I am pitying the mother who is clearly the cause of his aggression. I also pity you for believing a 10 year old should be in adult prison.

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  87. Sounds like his mother failed to be a parent every ducking step here. Put the damn parents in jail!

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  88. Why is everyone bitching? 150 years ago, the kid would've been executed. Which isn't a bad idea.

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  89. I don't really care what the kid admitted to. A kid this young can be easily coerced into a confession. I hope they adequately investigated the rest of the family.

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  90. Braeden Van Asperen …..no….this kid assaulted that woman and she then refused medical care and then died…..her death is just as much her fault as his. He is guilty of assault with intent to do great bodily harm but he is not guilty of murder.

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  91. Juan Miguel Garcia gtfo here with your fiction

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  92. The act of waiving this child's rights is so incredibly reprehensible…

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  93. this boy should not be in an adult prison. what he did was wrong no doubt but he's 10 years old in jail with 30 and 40 year olds, that's not right. he should be placed in a juvenile detention center pending a psychiatric evaluation. if his evaluation comes up with nothing then sure charge him as an adult and when he becomes an adult move him into an adult prison but he should not be in prison along with people who are well over double his own age. chances are he has bipolar or something else considering his mother said she has been having problems with him, if that's the case then he should not be treated as a criminal but a patient who has a disorder.

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  94. Why should this kid pay for the fact that his parents are so irredeemably awful as to waive his legal rights? This is fundamentally injust. Oh and the victim here thought she was well enough to not go to the hospital. If she did not think she was going to die, then how can one claim the kid had the intent to kill?

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  95. arrest the parents as well and the grandfather who allowed this to happen to his charge

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  96. I agree 100%. If we want to try them as adults they deserve all the rights that come with it. And so do their parents.

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  97. Juan Miguel Garcia Put down the mythology and start smelling real life. It is refreshing.

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  98. Braeden Van Asperen he's 10. I don't pity the killing i pity that he didn't know what he was doing. I pity that he's being raped and beaten by adults. He's a child and deserves what that brings. If he can't consent to drinking, sex, smoking or be allowed to vote on the laws that effect him then he can't be held accountable to the same extent as those who have all those rights.

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  99. This child defiantly deserves punishment but adult prison,really? He should get mental help and than be put into foster care because clearly his mother does not want anything to do with him.its a sad shamethat parents are like that to there chchildren what happens to unconditional love for your child?

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  100. Braeden Van Asperen You must be a republican.
    I pity anyone thats mind is so twisted and abnormal that they are compelled to do such horrific acts.
    What is disturbing is the fact that there are so many people in this world that dont get that.

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  101. this child is more then likely being sexually , physically, and emotionally abused daily inside an adult prison. He is someones toy. Whatever hope there was for rehabilitation and maybe him being a better adult then as a child, is gone. Whatever nightmare he has been living, has destroyed whatever child he was. It would of been better to just put a bullet in his brain then make him endure this torture that will surely break his mind even more then it was. Whatever he does on the future, rest squarely on whoever decided to put him into that hell. I highly doubt he is completely separated from the other prisoners

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  102. Destiny Phillips there's this thing called childrens court. It's kind of a step between letting kids, who are not adults, go and putting kids, who are not adults, into the adult system since their not adults.

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  103. Was this older woman abusing him? Obviously there are some serious issues going on. This kid needs to be in therapy, not jail. Welcome to the f-ed up world we live in.

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  104. Juan Miguel Garcia

    The bible says a lot of things. And not very clearly.

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  105. I cannot for a moment fathom sentencing a child to life in prison. It's cruel and inhumane. Allow him to go into the juvenile justice system where he can get evaluated and receive the mental health care he needs, then allow him to get out when he's 21 if mental health professionals deem it appropriate. I am just disgusted each and every time I see how quickly Americans are to discard children. This crime did not happen in a vacuum. Someone saw this coming and should have done something to prevent it!

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  106. OMG! This mother knew this baby has mental issues and didnt get him any help! Then she pawned him off to his grandfather who didn't watch him and evidently no one cared for this boy and guided him! Now he acted out in the worse way and probably only did what has been done to him! And then in a last ditch effort to probably cover what she has done to him, she's making this boy see how life will be without her so now he's craving this less abusive mother than the unimaginable life he's experiencing in an adult jail so that he won't tell all the abuse he's already been through with "mom"! This is one sick sadistic bitch! She completely failed her child and is continuing to abuse him this way! And the life that this child is living is why some people shouldn't have kids and I would've supported this psycho to have an abortion! And her mother as well!

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  107. Yeah I'll go ahead and be the one to say it, if you're old enough to do adult actions like murdering someone you're old enough to deal with adult consequences like prison. Does he have some mental capacity lacking either because of his age or mental state? Probably. Does he have some more than likely crappy parents who don't know how to do their job? Probably. However, just like the recent case with the two 12 year old girls tried as adults in their "slenderman" killing, he should be tried as well. You might say he is just a child, but I say he waved the rights to his childhood when he murdered someone, no less a 90 year old woman, not in a survival situation, but in a fit of rage for being scolded for acting like a brat. Now thats not to say he shouldn't receive psychiatrical help that he more than likely needs, but when you murder someone there is a price that will be paid, and age will not deter that reality.

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  108. Its really hard to say what really happened. I believe the police got him to say anything they wanted to without a lawyer. Way to young for something this serious without a lawyer. Any police with kids would know this if they have morals.

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  109. I question a few things with this, first what kind of a parent waives the kids rights to an Lawyer? and how is that possible if you want to try him as an adult? Ten year olds have not reached a good age to always make good decisions. Something is not right here not right at all. Sounds like something is being covered up as fast as possible. To many flags are up for me.

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  110. America is sick as fuck. Kids that lash out like that obviously have been abused at home. The fact his parents won't even fight to get him out alone sounds suspect. Because they know they been torturing that little boy and he finally blew up. I pray to God that he has mercy on our society and if he dont than I dont blame him look at us?… We are worser than animals. We are are no longer humans but animals. I wondering how come the police aint investigating his parents. Do they not have a soul a little kids is scared alone in jail their child and they don't even care. I have 2 boys myself and right or wrong I will always stand by their side. When they wrong I will correct them but never abandon them. We creat monster here in America. I hope God judges those parents and everyone who played a role In This child's mental abuse that led him to this.

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  111. As a mother of two boys, I honestly don't know what I would do for my child in this situation. It had to be a difficult decision. I would love to hear his parent's take on this.

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  112. The child sounds dangerous. Who is going to take care of him, when his own family seems to be afraid? Institutionalization in a mental facility may be the only answer, but a state prison is not.

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  113. Hmmm…I am not against children that commit violent crime being charged as adults. The mentality of a human who has in them to brutalize an elderly women…not good . Juvenile delinquency crines…no…they should not be imposed adult sentenceing

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  114. Everyone who's is defending this little boy should remember that he murdered his grandmother because she scolded him… some people aren't wired right. This is a real screwed up situation. I couldn't imagine back talking my grandmother, let alone putting my hands on her in a violent way. It's a sad situation, but that little fella needs his ass beat raw.. let his grandfather decide his fate.

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  115. Umm regardless of age, scolding, and "yelling" at him, what difference does it make? He killed the old hag, someones mom, sister, wife. Come on. You have kids in afghan and iraq killing and getting killed for standing up for their country. Now yall pity this bastard kid? So he snapped and killed her, now he faces punishment like everyone else. So save your "hes only 10, he didnt know bullshit. Last time I checked you do the crime you do the time

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  116. Why all the excuse making for the junior serial killer? If he was a 10 y.o. Black kid, he would have been a thug,murderer,etc. so save the bullshit. You racists fool no one.

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  117. I think if a ten year old kid beat an elderly woman then there are two possible things going on…1 his parents are criminals, weirdos and need to be looked at…OR….2 he is mentally ill and needs a hospital.

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  118. If anything he either needs to go to a mental hospital and then his parents need to lose all rights.

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  119. No, children dont belong in an adult facility, but it seems in this case the parents are frightend of him, and rightfully so. That leaves little recourse since the juvie will not accept him, and again, probably rightfully so considering the nature of his crime. Bad situation all around.

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  120. This website is in desperate need of literate writers, proofreading editors, or both. This article is an embarrassment to the English language.

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  121. He needs psychological help… and confinement. And the parents need to be investigated as well.

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  122. Stop saying a 10 year old didn't know what he was doing… yes, yes he did. In 5th grade you know right from wrong and his generation definitely knows because of the wars and shootings in schools. He needs mental help and that can't be provided in jail. It doesn't matter if she refused care, he caused the injury that led to her death so he needs to be held accountable.

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  123. I remember reading the EXACT same story weeks ago. Everybody assumed the kid was Black then. Needless to say; the comments this time are a lot nicer and more supportive of the kid. AI guess it must be that Mark Wahlberg Syndrome. You know, where certain people make excuses for certain other people's mistakes.

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  124. Yes he needs help, but at a juvenile psychiatric facility not a damn adult prison. You think he can do horrendous things now wait until he spends the next 25 years in prison then is released. He'll be a lot more messed up than he is now.

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  125. Obviously the mom never got him the mental help he needed cause if he was medicated I don't think the lil boy would've killed he probably would've just yelled his mom knew he was a ticking time bomb she is just as much to blame as the boy she said she didn't feel safe with him coming home this poor kid is on his own his own mom turned her back on him she isn't even worthy of having a pet she makes me sick she should be in jail too for his mental neglect

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  126. Its obvious the parent seen this as there way out.. The boy was out of control no doubt but if tht was my son i wouldnt abandon him i would try n get him the best help he needs.

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  127. He's had mental health issues and been so violent in the past, his parents are afraid to take him home. The boy said he was trying to hurt the elderly woman; but killed her by accident. Nowhere did this boy say he was sorry, nor shown any remorse. People don't just wake up one day and realize their a psycho/sociopath and become serial killers. Untreated mental illness in children doesn't go away either. Most people don't realize pediatric psychiatric hospitals are few and far between. Right now, we are safe from a him, and he is at least being monitored for his own safety.

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  128. The damb kid is sick he didn't become this he has always been phsycotic people just don't notice it why because a kid is harmless!!! No a damb kid is not harmless… I bet he had already killed animals it just that no one ever thought much of it… This kid needs to stay in prison and when/if he gets out he will kill again they always do its wat yiu call a serial killer he committed an adult crime there for he should be punished as an adult

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  129. if you are old enough to know the difference between right and wrong, if your old enough to do the crime, he knew what he did was wrong thats why he confessed…..yes he should do time maybe not in adult jail but yes he deserves time….look at those kids who murder kids…….they go to jail….now lets look at the childs' home……is this child a product of his environment……monkey see monkey do maybe he saw someone else abusing this person so maybe he thought he could…still he knows the difference between right and wrong…he deserves time

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  130. Called a fucking bullet in the head tyvm I dont give a shit, this little fucker is going to become a product of the systen and get worse…. kill him now

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  131. If you kill a person you should sit in prison for life and yes he should sit in adult prison

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  132. Adam Brian's you're right. Once a crime has been committed. The child can be charged as an adult. When he was not inside jail he was a child. Come on Justice System this is not right. That's a child. 10 years old is a child regardless.

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  133. Drop the homicide charge and switch it to manslaughter to get him in a juvenile facility immediately.

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  134. All they did was send him to school to learn the right way to MURDER AND TO LEARN A LOT MORE yep that all they did he was a just a kid when he went end but now he come s back as the professional

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  135. I really have to disagree with the way this was handled. The kid is 10. He has, in no way, reached his peak maturity. Though he did know what he was doing, they should not give him 25 years in prison. That'll just be a very bad influence and he'll never have a normal life again. The most logical thing to do here is to get him psychiatric help, and continue his schooling. Along with that, put him on very strict probation. People change, especially when one is young. This type of personality will only get stronger in prison.

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  136. WOAH WOAH WOAH FOLKS. SOME OF THESE COMMENTS ARE CRAZY. LET ME ASK YOU FOLKS. HAS ANYONE OF YOU THAT ARE COMMENTING KILLED SOMEONE AS A CHILD? FO ANY OF YOU HAVE CHILDREN YOURSELF. HERE IS WHY I ASK. JUST READ THIS COMMENT A COUPLE TIMES AND MAYBE YOUR COMMON SENSE WILL COME BACK TO YOU! JUST HEAR ME OUT! IF THOS CHILD COULD DO THIS TO A OLDER ADULT WOMAN WHAT DO YOU THINK HE COULD DO TO YOUR CHILDREN AT SCHOOL. LETS…… LETS JUST ALL SLOW DOWN AND ACTUALLY THINK HERE FOLKS USE OUR BRAINS. HOW MANY SCHOOL SHOOTINGS HAVE THERE BEEN? HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE HAD CHILDREN IN THOSE SCHOOLS THAT HAVE HAPPENED. HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE CHILDREN THAT YOU GOT THE CALL THAT THERE WAS SOMEONES KID RUNNING AROUND WITH A GUN AND PIPE BOMBS SHOOTING THE PLACE UP. HOW MANY OF YOU ARE SCARED TO HELL OF THAT HAPPENING TO YOUR CHILD AT YOUR LOCAL SCHOOL. ITS LIKE THIS FOLKS AS I SEE IT THIS WOMAN DID YOU ME AND THE REST OF EVERYONE A FAVOR. SHE ADMITED THIS CHILD HAD MENTAL PROBLEMS. HOW MANY OF YOU SUFFER FROM A MENTAL DISABILITY, YOUR READING A COMMENT FROM SOMEONE WHO DOES. TAKE IT FROM ME PEOPLE WITH MENTAL DISABILITY ARE FORGOTTEN DID YOU KNOW THAT FEDERAL LAW FOR DEALING WITH A PATIENT WITH MENTAL DISABILITIES IS: THAT THE STATE CAN NOT INTERVENE IN THE LIFE OF A MENTALLY DISABLED PERSON UNLESS AND THIS MEANS THE COPS TO. THE PATIENT EXHIBITS BEHAVIOR THAT IS DETREMENTAL TO THE SAFETY OF THERE OWN SAFETY OR THE SAFETY OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC. SO NOW THIS KID KILLS SOMEONE! SO SOME OF YOU ARE SAYING THAT HE SHOULD NOT BE IN JAIL WHERE HE CAN BE WATCHED 24-7. THE KID WASNT O. HEROIN, HE WASNT A DRUNK. HE HAS MENTAL PROBLEMS YOU JUST DONT FIX THIS SHIT WITH THERAPY. OK YOU FONT JUST GO TO THE DOCTOR GET A ANYIBIOTIC AND ITS GONE YOU JUST DONT TALK ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS AND IT IS ALL BETTER! BY THE WAY PANIC DISORDER PATIENT HERE. HE KILLED A PERSON FOR A REASON. WAKE UP AMERICA STOP BEING SO DAMN STUPID

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  137. This is tricky tricky. He killed somebody. Period. Now he shouldn't be in adult jail, but shouldn't be treated like a innocent school boy either. He knew what he was doing killing that lady. He obviously has mental issues in the way he killed her- beating and choking her. He should at least be in a Juvinile facility- with heavy counseling. He's got the makings of a serial killer in him….

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  138. He completely belongs there, he killed someone, if he meant to or not he still killed a person and should be punished for it. I bet if it was a little black or Mexican kid all of you would be saying something like "oh he's just gonna grow up to be a thug anyway" well that's the way the world is going. Take note parents, PUNISH YOUR FUCKING CHILDREN. WHIP THEIR ASSES WHEN THEY DO SOMETHING WRONG. ACTUALLY YEAH THEN RIGHT FROM WRONG AND THIS SHIT WON'T HAPPEN.

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  139. Idt that this 10 yr old is familiar with the phrase,"can't do the time, don't do the crime." Or "respect your elders". Jeez 10?

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  140. He admitted he want to kill someone, he belongs there. This story is 2 months old and you should tell the whole story.

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  141. Bad parenting

    Proven by their avoidance of their obvious duties

    The same duties neglected so horribly it led to this

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  142. He did not kill her for one….he hurt her and she DENIED medical attention….and this ten yr old while doin something obviously insane….has been denied his rights….and not to mention either has had violence happen to him or seen it first hard or obviously needs medical attention himself….throwing away someones life at such a young age without tryin to save or fix it is sad and wat our world is coming too….help fix the peoblem not damn everyone to hell or we r already damned to hell

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  143. I have little sympathy for this kid. Maybe he shouldn't be killing old women and maybe the parents have good reason to be afraid of him. Previous violent behavior? Yea sounds like he deserves what he has coming. Good for that little shit.

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