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Killer kids Theyre everywhere or so it seems Each evenings news brings us stories of these savage juveniles who appear to kill for sport or simply for the thrill of knowing what if feels like to kill These kids appear to have no remorse and leave the rest of us confused and terrified Violent teens are every parent and schools nightmare if you believe what you read in the papers and hear on the news We have all heard the horror stories of younger and younger kids who are picking up weapons and harming or killing others One of the most horrific of there cases was the shooting at Columbine HS in Littletown Colorado where Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold ages 17 and 18 massacred 12 of their classmates and a teacher before killing themselves What is going on in the mind of a child or teen who kills This is one of the puzzles our society must struggle with if we are to understand how to find a solution to child murderess Politicians would have us believe that if we can pass new and better laws we can cut down on juvenile crime But this is not the case We must first understand what is that leads a kid to kill in the first place before we can go on to the next step towards a solution to juvenile violence or is it todays society that plays a part in exacerbating the traits these bad seeds already have Many people believe in the bad seed theory that kids who are violent are just no damn good I do not believe in the bad seed theory Lurking behind these quiet unemotional facades there has to be more brewing than meets the eyes IFacing the problem aviolence in school b juvenile homicide IINational Education Goals IIICrimes that are occurring the most in schools avandalism btheft cphysical attacks IVAdministration azero
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