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Dear Governor The Federal Government should have kids tried as adults What happens to the teachers families who are killed in school shootings I feel that the federal government should change these laws for the following reasons It filters out bad kids helps keep them off the streets and lowers crime rates over all It will help a lot of kids learn from their mistakes a lot faster due to the more severe punishments And the most important of all itll save lives It keeps bad kids off the streets The kids obviously need help and for the government to make the laws more strict it will help keep them off the street longer A good example is a brutal slaying the occurred in March of 1989 a 13-year-old girl let two boyfriends into her home so they could kill her father who was strangled stabbed and beaten on the head with a fireplace poker Thats just not acceptable in our society today The police said that the father could have died from all three of the methods they used Can you imagine your daughter having two of her boyfriends come over and then stab you strangle you and beat you to death Its more like torturing to death rather than killing That doesnt sound too appealing if you ask me I also feel that if kids like this know that they are too young then they will just go off and kill someone knowing that they wont be severely punished What is unusual about this one case is the age of the defendants and the brutality of the crime Halford said Halford was a detective at the scene of the crime The defendants cannot be tried as adults because they are under the age of 16 so the maximum penalty they can face is sentencing to the California Youth Authority until the age of 15 the judge said
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