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A boy John walks down the hallway at school He is late for his class so he is going as fast as he can In his hurry he accidentally bumps into another boy Sam Sam backs off and starts yelling at John He wants to know why John bumped into him John hastily apologies and hurriedly turns and race down the hall way toward his class Sam interprets this as an insult and brush off and pulls a handgun out of his pocket The children in the hallway scatters Gunshots are heard and John lies dead in the hallway Imagine your teenage daughter is at home and receives a phone call form a friend to come over to her apartment She goes over and finds three or four other girls whom she knows vaguely at the apartment and realises that she has been set up She tries to leave and is restrained by the girls They drag her down to the laundry room by her hair Then stripped her of her clothing jewelry and money She is beaten with metal bars and wooden sticks and kicked all over because they believe that she is seeing one of the girls brothers She denies this and they continue to beat her up She is saved by two police officers who happened to be patrolling the neighborhood and witness the incident The girl is treated at hospital and released These and many other incidents like the beating of Jonathan Wamback who spent 16 days on life support and three months in a coma are happening daily in our society Youth hurting beating and even killing other youths Children to day are being beaten up or shot because they may look talk or act different This is not something that should be happening in our society but we know with no uncertainty that is happening Youth violence happens every day -- at school in the mall or even just
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