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Since: Feb 13

Conway, AR

#1 Mar 1, 2013
looks like blytheville high has produced another professional, drug dealer, gangster, criminal, prisoner and sadly a young black man who has been let down by the entire community and school. thank God he is caught before he kills someone or get killed while in school. That one thing about it they know how to take a life and mess up a life in Blytheville pretty much over nothing. especially a black life.
Alum

Oklahoma City, OK

#2 Mar 1, 2013
What about accountability! These kids don't care. I blame the parents, not the school.
former resident

United States

#3 Mar 1, 2013
It is so unfair to blame the school for "producing" this wayward individual. Our schools are having to deal with whatever comes in the door. At some point the PARENTS have to be accountable. They had to have known what their child was in to and an accountable parent would have taken steps to deal with it.
Old man Bville

Blytheville, AR

#4 Mar 1, 2013
You can't blame the school system for this young man. Too many times, kids grow up while watching their parents smoking pot and playing with guns. Then when the kid does something like this, the parents wants to put the blame on everyone else and ask, "why you arrest my child?"
Kluxer

West Memphis, AR

#5 Mar 1, 2013
The momma's and daddy's and the children's all need to be spayed and neutered. That way the stupidity wiil possibly end.
Guest

Trumann, AR

#6 Mar 1, 2013
Kluxer wrote:
The momma's and daddy's and the children's all need to be spayed and neutered. That way the stupidity wiil possibly end.
All you klukers need to put on your sheets and meet us in the hood, I can promise you will leave in your sheets...wrapped around your heads!
Get it Right

Little Rock, AR

#8 Mar 2, 2013
"a young black man who has been let down by the entire community and school".

Another backward thinking comment typical of what's ruining our little town and whole country. FACT IS: "another young black man who has let down the entire community and school".
Guest

Blytheville, AR

#9 Mar 2, 2013
His family let him down, not the school. The school is full of students who have had no training in manners, ethics, responsibility, morals, respect, or self respect. And sometimes the parents offer these things but they just have a bad seed who has to learn the hard way. This town has a large population of bad parents whether they neglect or over pamper. It creates a new population of bad citizens.
Go Ghetto

Little Rock, AR

#10 Mar 2, 2013
Remember it's a STRUGGLE having BLACK SKIN
really

Little Rock, AR

#11 Mar 2, 2013
Go Ghetto wrote:
Remember it's a STRUGGLE having BLACK SKIN
No, some want to make it a struggle. Got good friends that are doing great
idiot

Paragould, AR

#12 Mar 2, 2013
miami6 wrote:
looks like blytheville high has produced another professional, drug dealer, gangster, criminal, prisoner and sadly a young black man who has been let down by the entire community and school. thank God he is caught before he kills someone or get killed while in school. That one thing about it they know how to take a life and mess up a life in Blytheville pretty much over nothing. especially a black life.
your school sucks, it is badly managed, but in this case, it is not the school's fault
guest

Steele, MO

#13 Mar 3, 2013
How in the world do you get the school and community has let him down? The school is there to teach students things they need in life not to babysit kids. Today a lot of these kids are court ordered to school so they don't care they just show up because they have to. If you want to say the community let the person down then blame the black community and the parent. What he learned he learned in the black community.

Since: Feb 13

Conway, AR

#14 Mar 3, 2013
whenever anyone spend a lot of time around something or some one there should be some influence be it bad or good. now if these children go to school 8 hours a day 5 days a week and nearly 9 months a year there is going to be a impression of either they are being taught something or they aren't. the effort is just not there from the administration. this has been going on for years the school has a hand in this with these young black males. if they aren't athletes they are pretty much ignored unless they are gay.
Guest

Blytheville, AR

#16 Mar 3, 2013
Always looking to blame something or aomebody else instead of taking responsibility.

Since: Feb 13

Conway, AR

#17 Mar 3, 2013
no not blaming the school alone but its part of it. anyone who commits a crime should be held responsible even if they are crazy. if an adult does not help or encouraged a child or simply put something there to help them, that child is not going to feel like anyone cares. now that can be a parent or any adult in a authority who makes that choice. society help turns innocent children into into hard people and schools are part of society just like the streets are. it seems like everyone is happy when one out of one hundred make it. what about the others? i guess somebody got to do the business of crime. crime is a business that why prisons are being privatized. and who is gonna fill those prisons so the government can pay the owners. maybe if that is taught in blytheville schools that might help. good luck
Seriously think so

Manila, AR

#18 Mar 3, 2013
I wonder why I wasn't allowed in the class BLAME OTHERS....Well guess you didn't do your part to help this child out? Blame the government they are the ones who keep drama going just watch those news channels.....Yet, those prisons are not hiring the real criminals? Save Americans from drugs but not murder, rape, and all those that do some of the most unthinkable things to an innocent child but yet let one rape or abuse or neglect a dog. Promise, you is you look to find where evil was created or taught to children it will not have Blytheville as your answer.
linda

Pacific, MO

#19 Mar 4, 2013
miami6 wrote:
no not blaming the school alone but its part of it. anyone who commits a crime should be held responsible even if they are crazy. if an adult does not help or encouraged a child or simply put something there to help them, that child is not going to feel like anyone cares. now that can be a parent or any adult in a authority who makes that choice. society help turns innocent children into into hard people and schools are part of society just like the streets are. it seems like everyone is happy when one out of one hundred make it. what about the others? i guess somebody got to do the business of crime. crime is a business that why prisons are being privatized. and who is gonna fill those prisons so the government can pay the owners. maybe if that is taught in blytheville schools that might help. good luck
too many parents send their kids to school with the attitude that the school will teach them what they need to know it is not the schools responsibility to teach students things that need to be tought at home we as a school system ( all over the U.S.) spend way too much time baby siting instead of teaching hold these lazy sorry ass parents accountable for this. they need to get their head out of their ass and start parenting these kids and stop trying to be teenager at 30years old. pay attention to your kids needs not yours. you lay down and spread them legs/inserted your thing now for that quick pleasure you received be a parent better yet stop having kids
guest

Little Rock, AR

#20 Mar 4, 2013
yes, system is strange. government pays for the kids to be taken care of at birth with day care and food stamps. then pre-school, then K-12, then prison. lot of these kids live their entire life not eating anything but tax dollar food handouts

system is probably to broke to ever fix. country will soon be to broke to continue to provide

what a mess!!!!!!!!!!
Guest

Oklahoma City, OK

#21 Mar 4, 2013
Go Ghetto wrote:
Remember it's a STRUGGLE having BLACK SKIN


It's a Struggle if you're full of hate & racism. It's a struggle if you feel you are owed everything. Everyone has the same chance & opportunity to do something positive with their life, those who chose otherwise cause their own struggles. Bad choices lead to bad outcomes. Everyone has a brain & we know right from wrong, it is simple but yet there are people out there that lack good sense & make bad choices. If you do the crime, you do the time & if you have a problem with that then wake up & get your heads out of your asses & become real men & women. Get an education & do something positive with yourself's. Grow up-!!!
Guest

Blytheville, AR

#22 Mar 4, 2013
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>
It's a Struggle if you're full of hate & racism. It's a struggle if you feel you are owed everything. Everyone has the same chance & opportunity to do something positive with their life, those who chose otherwise cause their own struggles. Bad choices lead to bad outcomes. Everyone has a brain & we know right from wrong, it is simple but yet there are people out there that lack good sense & make bad choices. If you do the crime, you do the time & if you have a problem with that then wake up & get your heads out of your asses & become real men & women. Get an education & do something positive with yourself's. Grow up-!!!
This is all true but there are those who are born into horribly violent, neglecting environments. They have not been taught right and wrong. If you are beaten and/or sexually abused, do without the basics of life, and fear for your life starting as a baby or toddler you know no different. Then you repeat the cycle. What is the answer for that? I have no clue but I bet its one of our biggest problems with crime in this country.

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