Boy killed remembered as 'happy, even...

Boy killed remembered as 'happy, even when he was mad'

There are 16 comments on the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle story from Jun 4, 2018, titled Boy killed remembered as 'happy, even when he was mad'. In it, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that:

According to court documents, Frank Cassata was attempting to strike a man he had argued with but instead struck the three-year-old boy. Boy killed in hit-and-run remembered as 'happy, even when he was mad' According to court documents, Frank Cassata was attempting to strike a man he had argued with but instead struck the three-year-old boy.

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dumptrump

Brockport, NY

#1 Jun 4, 2018
So who was the driver going to buy drugs off of and who was he fighting with ?
TeamMueller

Chicago, IL

#2 Jun 5, 2018
Why aren't you helping the homeless
IescapedNY

Penfield, NY

#3 Jun 5, 2018
TeamMueller wrote:
Why aren't you helping the homeless
Do what? We need more specificity.

How can we help these derelicts if we don't know what they need?
dumptrump

Brockport, NY

#4 Jun 5, 2018
This is why little Italy is bad and Trump should start sending Italian people back to Italy.
IescapedNY

Penfield, NY

#5 Jun 5, 2018
dumptrump wrote:
This is why little Italy is bad and Trump should start sending Italian people back to Italy.
Right on, brother.
A14626mom

Rochester, NY

#6 Jun 5, 2018
dumptrump wrote:
So who was the driver going to buy drugs off of and who was he fighting with ?
The bigger question is WHY was the 3-year-old in Rochester while a group of Livingston County druggies were present?
dumptrump

Brockport, NY

#7 Jun 5, 2018
A14626mom wrote:
<quoted text>The bigger question is WHY was the 3-year-old in Rochester while a group of Livingston County druggies were present?
Why u keep asking this?

The 3 yr old lives there, that was his house. He is allowed to play in front yard with his aunt.
IescapedNY

Rochester, NY

#8 Jun 6, 2018
dumptrump wrote:
<quoted text>

Why u keep asking this?

The 3 yr old lives there, that was his house. He is allowed to play in front yard with his aunt.
I was wrong to say this. I have zero clue if the boy's aunt owns a home nearby or not. I was just trying to be crude to A14626mom.
CityRes

Brockport, NY

#9 Jun 7, 2018
Sometimes I'm happy when mad.

But I think that is when I'm crazy.
Old Man Jenkins

Brockport, NY

#10 Jun 7, 2018
I bet the driver when on his drugs is joyfully depressed.
IescapedNY

Penfield, NY

#11 Jun 8, 2018
Old Man Jenkins wrote:
I bet the driver when on his drugs is joyfully depressed.
Good looking man, in his wife beater t-shirt standing in front of the judge. He'll be going away for the rest of his life, based on his past record. A Mt. Morris role model.
IescapedNY

Rochester, NY

#12 Jun 11, 2018
Old Man Jenkins wrote:
I bet the driver when on his drugs is joyfully depressed.
Probably. We don't even know where the boy was supposed to be or if the driver knew him. We only know that the driver said he was the driver and ran away to avoid addidtional charges for the others involved. Where was the boy's father?? Did he know his son was in Rochester and/or in a jeopardizing situation?
Old Man Jenkins

Brockport, NY

#13 Jun 11, 2018
IescapedNY wrote:
<quoted text>Probably. We don't even know where the boy was supposed to be or if the driver knew him. We only know that the driver said he was the driver and ran away to avoid addidtional charges for the others involved. Where was the boy's father?? Did he know his son was in Rochester and/or in a jeopardizing situation?
Your lost. The boy lives there, they said he plays there everyday.
They also said the boy and the driver were related somehow. What does it matter where dad is? What does that have anything to do with it?
A city boy should be able to play in front of his house without some drunk white outerburbs druggie running him over in a unregistered and uninsured car.
A14626mom

Rochester, NY

#14 Jun 12, 2018
Old Man Jenkins wrote:
<quoted text>

Your lost. The boy lives there, they said he plays there everyday.
They also said the boy and the driver were related somehow. What does it matter where dad is? What does that have anything to do with it?
A city boy should be able to play in front of his house without some drunk white outerburbs druggie running him over in a unregistered and uninsured car.
A city boy should not be playing in the middle of the road. The father is responsible unless he is dead or the boy has been legally adopted by and/or in the care of another person. Just saying when Ben and I were raising kids it was important for Ben to be a responsible father because the goal of being a good father is raising your kids to the best of your ability. Not letting them play in the road. Knowing where they are or have an idea what they are doing, etc. I think your girlfriend is actually right for a change.
IescapedNY

Penfield, NY

#15 Jun 12, 2018
A14626mom wrote:
<quoted text>

A city boy should not be playing in the middle of the road. The father is responsible unless he is dead or the boy has been legally adopted by and/or in the care of another person. Just saying when Ben and I were raising kids it was important for Ben to be a responsible father because the goal of being a good father is raising your kids to the best of your ability. Not letting them play in the road. Knowing where they are or have an idea what they are doing, etc. I think your girlfriend is actually right for a change.
Ben is a tard, and would be playing with the child in the street.
Old Man Jenkins

Brockport, NY

#16 Jun 12, 2018
A14626mom wrote:
<quoted text>A city boy should not be playing in the middle of the road. The father is responsible unless he is dead or the boy has been legally adopted by and/or in the care of another person. Just saying when Ben and I were raising kids it was important for Ben to be a responsible father because the goal of being a good father is raising your kids to the best of your ability. Not letting them play in the road. Knowing where they are or have an idea what they are doing, etc. I think your girlfriend is actually right for a change.
The city boy wasn't in the street, it was the was suburban that drove up into the little boys front yard.

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