By Parentalfailure - 22/07/2013 21:06 - United States - Garner
Parentalfailure tells us more.
This is OP, here to clear a few things up. For the person who asked, it was a male/female couple. He had pulled out a knife on the girl and that set the guy into attack mode or something, since he started punching my son in the face. The girl pushed him down and then the guy pinned him till the cops showed up. Yes, the call came from him asking for bail, which I did NOT post. He has been involved in illegal activities since he was 17, and this was the final straw. His trial starts in about a week (this happened about six months ago) and the prosecution is going for armed robbery. I hate to say it but I hope they get a conviction, he needs a wake up call. For those who posted supportive comments thank you, for those who blamed me, it is probably my fault for how I raised him. Hope this clears some things up. OP
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It's brave of you to admit that it was probably your fault, OP, but I disagree. My grandmother raised 4 children, and 3 out of 4 of them ended up very successful. She was a wonderful mother, but her oldest son had no ambition and had dropped out of high school after having to repeat 8th grade three times. He's been in and out of jail ever since and is in his 40's now. It was your son's own choices that got him where he is today. What i mean is that its not always the parents fault, so don't resort to blaming yourself. :)
Ha ha ha that's brilliant...serves him right. Now in prison he is gonna drop the soap and get a 15 inch present! 15 will be his lucky number
I think you’re right. A grown-up man overpowered by 15 year olds might be surprising but it’s for sure not that bad. On the other hand, a criminal son committing armed robbery is terrible. If OP really doesn’t know the difference I’m questioning the values she tought her son because it simply means that being a good and law-abiding citizen is not more important than being strong and winning a fight. So I thing 43 negative votes so far are not fair to #9.