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New California law states that it is up to the prosecutors in a case as to whether minors are charged as adults for violent crimes What should a judge do when eight boys from suburban middle class families confess to armed robbery and assault and battery of five Hispanic immigrant farm workers In this case one must realize what a delicate situation this has come to be If tried as adults these eight boys could spend their next sixteen years in juvenile detention They were described as being good boys with no other marks on their records With only one reason for committing such a crime these boys need to face their racism while justice is being served with non-traditional punishment that will teach an unforgettable lesson As upper-middle class above-average students even some athletes these boys obviously do not know what life is all about Authorities said that the boys were specifically looking for Hispanic workers to attack so that shows the boys had some type of motive In this day and age where Americans have a need to be treated as equal equal opportunity employers equal rights for men women African-American Chinese-American and every other group of people in this country one would think that somewhere along the line children would get the message that we are all the same Children should be taught to love not hate It is painful to see such a crime committed just for the mere fact that they were different Didnt hate crimes end in the sixties Why is it that still parents cannot or will not instill in their children ideals of an equal human race Black or white brown or red rich or poor arent we all the same when you turn out the lights I am not saying that I think this is entirely the parents fault but they do need to take blame At the age these boys are at their parents are
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