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Sunday, June 18, 2017

SALISBURY STUDENT CHARGED AS AN ADULT FOUND GUILTY OF ASSAULTING JAMES M. BENNETT HIGH SCHOOL OFFICIAL


24 comments:

Anonymous said...

He'll never make it

Anonymous said...

HE will be worse off than when he went in 5 years from now.

Anonymous said...

@ 2:54 He Shouldve thought about that before he committed the crime. Judges need to give these harsh sentences so maybe just maybe these punks will think before they act. 5 years behind bars will give him plenty of time to think about that.

Anonymous said...

right where he belongs!

Anonymous said...

He'll be somebody's puppy inside of a day.

Anonymous said...

He was probably allowed to be physical with other students for years and in his mind the act of attacking a school official was no different by then. He just punched the wrong person this time (the person that officials could do something about). Isn't it sad that in his whole life he will never learn rules and consequences until it is too late for him to profit from the lessons. If you don't start young with a child they end up down the stream and over the waterfall by the time they are 15 and then there is no return. Too bad we cannot figure out a way to stop them from falling in the stream to begin with.

Anonymous said...

He will be someone's date for the fourth of July dance! There will be fireworks that night!

Anonymous said...

He should get the full 10 years! Make an example out of this loser and the ones that are not deterred can go spend 10 years along side of him.

Anonymous said...

Bout time they yt?treated these supposed children like the animals they are.They think cause they are juveniles they are untouchable.

Anonymous said...

He was in my sons intro to business class at Bennett my son was shocked when it happened. Said he was a funny kid not a great student but nice enough. Do not know why he snapped. Sorry to see

Anonymous said...

what a great job momma and poppa for raising your boy

Anonymous said...

I bet if you talked to him today his attitude would be a whole lot different.....too late now....he better toughen up for his next 5 years. I hope what he got will serve as a lesson to the "bullies" that it could happen to them too.

Anonymous said...

He'll be out in 18-22 months if he doesn't cause any problems inside.

Anonymous said...

He will become a bitter person with blame to spread all around. I suspect he is not of sufficient mental capacity to understand his misbehavior and thus not able to understand his punishment. He will learn to be even more street wise while fighting for his soul in the joint; woe be to us when he gets out.

Anonymous said...

He will be getting 6-11 inches!

Anonymous said...

@5:05. You sound like an expert on the subject.

Anonymous said...

Good. Too bad lee malvo couldn't be charged as an adult. He knew what he was doing & john allen williams merely drove the car. He's been long dead from execution.

Anonymous said...

He will be out in 1 year! When I worked corrections 15 + years ago, they only serve 1/5 of their time unless they cause trouble inside the golden gates!!!!

Anonymous said...

Right on!!!!! However he could been stopped earlier. The school system is too concerned about their numbers. All the while the bad apples are rottening the bunch. Our local/state school system needs to take a Joe Clark approach. Education used to be a privilege not a right. Thats where we went wrong. This generation is too self absorbed and too entitled, & the good ones and the ones w/ potential are being exposed to the ones who are lost and/or lack guidance & support.

Anonymous said...

Great job judge...thank you. Maybe he will be bit-h slapped, shoved, and strangled every day. So that he will be on the business end of his actions.

Anonymous said...

Rottening? Is that even a word?

Anonymous said...

Well, he got his gang initiation! Graduation Day for him! I'm sure his Homies are so proud!

Anonymous said...

Excuses 328....excuses!

Anonymous said...

This thug got what he deserved. That is what all these thugs in the schools that are only there to cause trouble should get. Maybe this will be a deterrent. School employees should not have to put up with these thugs from first grade on up. The parents should be held accountable also. They don't teach their kids to have any respect for anything or anybody. Its always somebody elses fault.