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hagams 05-15-2008 02:59 PM

In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
All I can say about this, is Lord give his Grandma strengh not to kill him. I would have went to jail if my child did this.

[url=http://www.komotv.com/home/video/18315669.html?video=pop&t=a]KOMO-TV - Video - Video - 7-year-old takes grandma's car for joyride[/url]

RobH4413 05-15-2008 03:45 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
" I wanted to do hood-rat stuff with my friend "


Not a good sign... not a good sign at all.

SmootSmack 05-15-2008 04:10 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
Isn't this story in someone's sig? Hooskins' maybe?

EARTHQUAKE2689 05-15-2008 04:21 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
[quote=SmootSmack;448646]Isn't this story in someone's sig? Hooskins' maybe?[/quote]


you remember too much LOL[IMG]http://www.thewarpath.net/images/icons/icon7.gif[/IMG]

GMScud 05-15-2008 04:48 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
"I wanted to bad stuff. It's fun to do bad stuff. I don't care. I wanted to do hood rat stuff with my friends." :doh:

What a joke. Nice parenting there.

hooskins 05-15-2008 05:10 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
[quote=SmootSmack;448646]Isn't this story in someone's sig? Hooskins' maybe?[/quote]

Your memory is sharp my friend.

mooby 05-15-2008 05:26 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
I saw an article yesterday that said they are trying to get him into mental therapy and counseling or something, they said he beat up his grandmother in a Walmart. That damn kid is in need of some serious justice, he's been watching too much Eric Cartman.

mooby 05-15-2008 05:29 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
[url=http://www.wpbf.com/news/16255951/detail.html?rss=wpb&psp=news#]Woman Says Joyriding Grandson, 7, Beat Her Up - West Palm Beach News Story - WPBF West Palm Beach[/url]


LAKE PARK, Fla. -- A 7-year-old boy who took his grandmother's car on a joyride last month has been taken for a mental health evaluation after he allegedly beat her up inside a South Florida Wal-Mart, WPBF News 25 reported.

Latarian Milton told WPBF on April 28 that he took his grandmother's Dodge Durango on a joyride because he was mad at his mother and because he enjoyed doing "bad things."

"I wanted to do it because it's fun. It's fun to do bad things," Milton said. "I wanted to do hood-rat stuff for my friend."

Milton's grandmother, Vikkita Stratford, told WPBF that the 7-year-old took his mischievous activities to a new level Monday when she said he beat her up inside a Lake Park Wal-Mart.

According to Stratford, the problem began when Milton asked his grandmother for some chicken wings. When she refused, Milton walked over over to the counter and ordered them anyway.

Stratford said that when she confronted him about it, Milton just snapped.

"He just started hitting me -- just started hitting me in front of the whole Wal-Mart. Every one in there was upset," Stratford said.

Stratford told WPBF that Milton hit her stomach, legs and "wherever he could reach me."

Riviera Beach police picked up Milton from his home and took him to an area hospital for a mental health evaluation Monday afternoon, WPBF reported. The 7-year-old can be held for up to 72 hours while he is evaluated by mental health officials.

Stratford said that she believes Milton's problems are due to a bad atmosphere with his parents.

"I know what causes the behavior, cause all he's ever seen was his parents do physical and abusive and verbal things, and I don't want him to continue in this direction so I'm doing the best I can to get him the help," she told WPBF.

Stratford said that she is worried about what will happen once the 7-year-old is released from his evaluation. She also told WPBF that she is making sure that Milton won't have access to her rental car while her SUV is being repaired.

"When I first got the rental he said, 'Oh, you know, let me take this for a spin," Stratford said. "So now I just sleep with the keys. I lock them up."

GMScud 05-15-2008 05:59 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
[quote=mooby;448673][URL="http://www.wpbf.com/news/16255951/detail.html?rss=wpb&psp=news#"]Woman Says Joyriding Grandson, 7, Beat Her Up - West Palm Beach News Story - WPBF West Palm Beach[/URL]

....Stratford said that she believes Milton's problems are due to a bad atmosphere with his parents.

"I know what causes the behavior, cause all he's ever seen was his parents do physical and abusive and verbal things, and I don't want him to continue in this direction so I'm doing the best I can to get him the help," she told WPBF.
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Like I said in my earlier post- really nice parenting. This kid needs the scared straight program or something. I say lock him up for a weekend so he can see how "cool" it ends up being when you do "hood-rat stuff."

hooskins 05-15-2008 06:03 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
Maybe it's just me, but I find it funny he likes to do "hood rat" stuff with his friend and how he initially felt no videogames for one weekend was a suffice punishment. Of course it is sad, because his parents are responsible, and they probably weren't good influences.

I am surprised the grandma even took the kid out to the mall, after he wrecked her car.

saden1 05-15-2008 07:07 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
OMG...serious beat down is in order.

mooby 05-15-2008 09:37 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
[quote=GMScud;448679]Like I said in my earlier post- really nice parenting. This kid needs the scared straight program or something. I say lock him up for a weekend so he can see how "cool" it ends up being when you do "hood-rat stuff."[/quote]

If I was that lady I'd probably put him in juvy for the weekend or something to see if that scares him straight, and if he comes out of juvy still acting like a tough guy I'd put his ass on hardcore 24/7 lockdown, i.e. he goes to school every day, he comes home right after school, no t.v., video games, etc., all he can do is stay in his room and study, or rather make him sit at the table next to his grandmother and study so she could keep an eye on him, and do that for a week and in the 50/50 chance that doesn't straighten his ass out, it's time for a beatdown. Not a literal beatdown, but suffice punishment to make him think twice next time he decides to act like an idiot.

jbcjr14 05-15-2008 10:02 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
I would stomp the shit out of this little kid. Maybe take away all the candy and sugar from his diet (looks like Jr. could stand to lose a few lbs). Unbelievable, and he doesn't even care.

jsarno 05-15-2008 10:36 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
[QUOTE=hooskins;448668]Your memory is sharp my friend.[/QUOTE]

It's scary good really.
He remembers stuff from months ago and posts them like it was nothing.

You either are full of ginko biloba, or you live for this site.

Redskins247 05-15-2008 10:56 PM

Re: In dire need of a life-changing beating!!!!
 
Yeah...that's right, no video games for the weekend...or maybe a SERIOUS time-out Mister!!!! How about pop that ass??? These kids have no fear of anything!!!! There's no consequences and repercussions!!!


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