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Boy's mom 'heartbroken' after teacher death

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Knoxville, TN

#1 Oct 26, 2013
Why did Philip Chism murder Danvers High School teacher Colleen Ritzer? Just look at his photo.
dad of 3

Portland, OR

#2 Oct 26, 2013
OK so after he did it, he went to Wendy's and the movie-was that because he was crap-scared because of what he'd done and was in denial or something? Or is he a true sociopath and just didn't care. And now his mother, I mean she has said about the only thing she could-how do you tell the world you're sorry you had a child? And tell the murdered woman's family, you realize that the Earth would've been better off if she kept her legs together just that one time? Look at the prison population, and for every single one of those somewhere is a mother saying "he's such a good boy".

Ixtepec, Mexico

#4 Oct 27, 2013
His goddamn mother knows damn well she could have done something to help avoid this. Theres no way you can raise a little halfbreed bastard like that and not know somethings up. He was fathered by a violent savage afrikan so what more can you expect??
Spill his guts down to his knees and hang him at high noon. Cut him down at dusk and turn the razorbacks loose on him. He deserves worse.
Sybian Princess

Portland, OR

#5 Oct 27, 2013
So her crime was to offer to help him with his math since he was having trouble in class? Well, what a piece of work this kid is. Glad he's tried as an adult, I think far too many of them are "14 going on 20" but yet there tried as a juvenile which has a lot less penalties. This little turd needs to go do hard time with some big boys So his life can be over as much as hers is, except he's still here suffering! I've been a teacher, and I'm so glad I'm out of that profession now with the kind of kids they have to contend with in schools. The great many of them are sterling wonderful people, but then you have things like him and it's just not worth it

Little Rock, AR

#6 Oct 27, 2013
Train up a child in the way he should go........and when he is older.....he will not murder a school teacher. Lock that PUNK up until he's fifty years old!!!

Ixtepec, Mexico

#7 Oct 27, 2013
Doctor REALITY wrote:
Train up a child in the way he should go........and when he is older.....he will not murder a school teacher. Lock that PUNK up until he's fifty years old!!!
Till hes 50 my ass! Either put that son of a bitch to death or lock him up till hes dead! A lonmg prison term isn't justice because he will adapt and have a life inside. Hang him now and cut his guts out! His damn parents too! Theres more to that little bastard than is being told. Ill bet hes had trouble before. That kinda crazy shit don't come at a whim. Hes been up to no good!

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