Jenks 14-Year-Old Confesses To Shooting Woman In Head, Report Says
Mooney told police he "knew he hit her because she did not make any sounds and there was blood on the floor," an investigator wrote.
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#1 Dec 19, 2012
So sad for this act. I am so sad for this family having to go thru this at this time of year....So Sorry for them....
Since: Dec 12
#2 Dec 20, 2012
My younger son is a 7th grader at Jenks Middle School. He doesn't know Josh Mooney, but just knowing the shooter goes to school with my son and is only a year older is a huge wake up call for my husband and I, and needs to be one for all of us in South Tulsa and Jenks. I'm not against gun ownership or a person's right to defend him- or herself, but guns need to be locked in a gun safe! The kid used a loaded gun he found in the house he robbed!! Of course, the kid didn't need to be out at night, breaking into houses. Of course the parenting needs to be called into question. The kid probably had other problems--drugs, neglect--who knows. Maybe not!!?? But all I can think about is the hours and hours of video games kids play these days, mine included.(Call of Duty Black Ops... choosing guns and shooting people right & left. Extra points for head shots... My kids have Black Ops but haven't played it in months because they've "beaten the game.") I talked to them the other day about the fact that I am NOT getting Black Ops 2 for them for Christmas and why. They understand but even if they didn't, the days of blowing people's heads off on video games at our house are over. The graphics are so realistic, it feels like actual footage, not animation. I know there is way more to this story than just violent video games, but I'm pretty sure the video games are desensitizing our kids. The other HUGE problem is that parents don't know what their kids are doing. I don't care if you work 40+ hours a week. Sit down and ask your kid how school was every day. Ask them about their friends, their teachers, ect. Pray with them. CARE. The internet and video games are raising our kids. We need to wake up!!!!
#3 Dec 31, 2012
New laws need to be addressed, The times have changed and teens are not what they use to be 20 even 30 or 40 years ago they are doing more killings without fear of having to do hard prison time . This has gotten out of hand and laws are old when it comes to these so called children, in all respect these are killers with killer intentions already in their brain. Im sorry but again I blame the parents for letting their kids play certain games with alot of violence, the music they listen to and the so called friends they hang out with. I also think laws need to change when a kid can easyly take their parents to court because the parent invaded their privacy ect, or this is my room stay out. First of all there will be no door on my kids room while they live in my house, I want o see everything that goes on, also you have very little privacy when you live in my home and I pay the bills and put a roof over your head. I have seen kids throw parents out of their room and slam the door,?????? are you kidding me. And cell phone for kids as little as 8 years old ??? Ok we the parents are to blame for alot of what goes on with our kids. B ut if you let it go on it will
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