A ten year old boy will be brought to juvenile court on assault charges.
His heinous crime was hitting another 10 year old in the face with a dodgeball at recess.
He originally got suspended from school for one day… which seems like a more reasonable punishment.
But the tattle-tale mother of the injured child felt the need to get the authorities involved over a month after the incident.
So now before the next school year starts, the 10 year old deviant will be hauled in front of a juvenile court to answer for his playground crime.
We all know that you aren’t supposed to aim for the head in dodgeball… and we all probably did it anyway as kids.
That’s something you should explain to the principal, not a judge.
10 days in jail for 79 year old who fed stray cats
A kind-hearted 79 year old woman started feeding her neighbours’ cats after he moved away and abandoned them.
Unfortunately, no good deed goes unpunished. Her other neighbours ratted her out for violating a city ordinance against feeding stray cats and dogs.
But what is she supposed to do, just watch as these living breathing animals she cares for starve?
Unlike her neighbours, she had the compassion to keep caring for the cats despite three citations from the city.
Finally she was hauled in front of a judge who saw fit to sentence this old woman to ten days in county jail. For feeding cats.
I don’t know who is worse, the neighbours or the judge?
Sonia Rina Landry is a passionate entrepreneur, speaker, author, and personal development coach. She is an outspoken advocate of the free market economy and has helped countless clients identify their core values, envision and realize goals that resonate with those values. She oversees several businesses online and offline.
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