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Teenager Crimes Teenagers as we should have a brief idea in the mind are pure innocent enthusiastic and less worried than adults do However teenagers now in China commit crimes more than we can imagine Several factors involving education families and networks are concerned with the teenagers committing crimes Firstly little knowledge of the laws and crimes had been delivered to teenager when they are receiving education at school or at home which makes it impossible for them to distinguish what is legal and what is not Lacking sense of crime they will be unable to control their actions which would be illegal to the laws and harmful to others A 14-year-old boy studying at a boarding school killed his grandfather for just about 70 RMB The boy bought a basketball and some snacks in a shop outside school and he owed the shopkeeper about 70 RMB He was stealing money in his parents room when his grandfather came and saw that His grandfather scolded him and said that he was going to tell it to the boys parents The boy was afraid of being beaten by his parents so he found a stick when his grandfather went downstairs and beat him to unconsciousness at the back of his head Someone saw the old man fell down on the ground and went away to get some help Then the boy found a knife and cut his grandfathers throat Considering that the boy was only a teenager the court sentenced him 8-year imprisonment on the probation The little grandson killed his grandfather for only about 70 RMB and put his future in the darkness He even did not know what serious result his deed would cause while doing Teenagers short of knowledge of laws just act emotionally They have no standard what can be done and what can not The abnormal environment which teenagers live in is another factor that can
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