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By dammit - / Tuesday 23 May 2017 04:00 /
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By  ohsnapword  |  18

He isn't wrong. Your grandmother is old enough to know better than to throw a cane at a disabled man.

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By  ohsnapword  |  18

He isn't wrong. Your grandmother is old enough to know better than to throw a cane at a disabled man.

By  Jurbla  |  10

If he "refused" that means someone has more than likely asked if he'd consider dropping them. He absolutely shouldn't and I don't feel anyone had any moral grounds to ask him to do so. If your grandmother's very first response to feeling mocked is physical violence, then she deserves to be charged. She's more than old enough to process it in a better way, much less consider the fact that she's not the only person on the planet with a limp.

By  MikuandKaito  |  19

"Refuses" to drop the assault charges? Maybe you should get off his back. He has every right to press charges. Your grandma is an adult, not a child. Even if he was mocking her, there was no excuse for her to resort to violence.

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