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...I am speechless
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I am appalled. This kid needs to be locked up for life. This case has zero to do with video games and 100% to do with a psychotic human who has no grip on right and wrong.
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Ummm....I would have been able to play any game at 12...he's at the legal age and his parents dont let him? There's obviously something on the parent's side too. Plus the Master Chief has nothing to do with this so leave him out of it !
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Originally Posted by Blameless View Post
I never said anything about this kid shooting his parents over a video game, I highly doubt that was even close to the most significant factor.

I have no idea why this kid killed his parent singular, cause you know the dad is very verbose for someone dead. maybe it's a la L4D ??

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Handgun locked with game... hmm maybe it was a setup... subliminal messages from the horde?
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Dam this kid is messed up
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him as he sat on the couch and said, "Would you guys close your eyes? I have a surprise for you."

Petric, 45, said he "expected a pleasant surprise" and closed his eyes. Then his head went numb. As the blood poured from a bullet wound in his head, he realized his wife, Susan Petric, 43, was lying dead on a nearby loveseat, shot in the head, arms and chest.
Im lost for words there, hes just evil..
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Are you kidding me? He lives in his parents house and he is still a kid..come on now.
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I can't believe you guys are sticking up for the kid in this case. First of all, there is nothing that can lead to a justifiable killing in order to play a video game. Many parents have rules where as long as the kid is in their house, the kid has to listen to them. His parents had every right to ban games like Halo in their home. It's absurd for you to claim the parents might have got what they 'had coming' because they banned a stupid video game. The kid was obviously insane, so perhaps they knew that and wanted to protect him.
I think you guys are taking this wrong. The people who you think are "sticking up" for him are not, they are just looking at this deeper.

This is obviously the case of an evangelist father putting unfair restrictions on this kid his whole life. It's the same as getting picked on. Something you think is not a big deal to you, will build up if it happens everyday. I mean he is 17 and isn't allowed to play halo. What do you think his life was like when he was 12? not allowed to talk to girls? I mean he just kept getting boxed into a corner, finally found something he enjoyed, then that was also taken from him, so he lashed out.

this is where personal psychology comes into play. at this point he hates is father and mother. Now it's all about him. Some people would put up with people they hate. some people would kill them, he is obviously the latter.

the kid is messed up for sure. and deserves to be locked up for a long long time. But If his father wasn't so tight lipped this prob would not have happened. He lived with a bully.


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it is the constitutional right of the parents to tell him what to not do before he becomes of legal age.

So the parents where not at wrong here, the kid was just mad and became violent
right that's the 12th amendment right?
his parents were wrong, he was far more wrong.
post #67 of 150
Surely they can't even start to blame a video game over this...the kid was clearly deranged.

A normal kid would accept that his parents banned him from playing and would try to get back in their good books. Telling your parents you have a surprise and asking them to close their eyes whilst you blast each of them in the head is totally psychotic.

I'm just glad that you only see two or three cases like this a year...makes me feel safe
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Ummm....I would have been able to play any game at 12...he's at the legal age and his parents dont let him? There's obviously something on the parent's side too. Plus the Master Chief has nothing to do with this so leave him out of it !
It's great that your parents were confident that you could handle such things (or they just didn't care about you and let games play babysitter). However, it is well within their rights to raise their child as they see fit as long as he lives with them. Obviously doing harmful things to the kid is bad, but saying 'no' to violent video games in a minister's house doesn't seem far fetched at all. Many parents exercise their right to censor media to protect their children. You may raise your children differently, but differing opinions are certainly allowed in this country. There is no rule book for parenting, so doing things that you feel are right for the kid (as long as they are not obviously detrimental to the child's health/sanity) is all a parent can do. It's just a shame their kid was too messed up to function properly despite their best efforts.

What this article proves is that kids who are inherently ****ed up will be ****ed up regardless of how well they are raised.
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What this article proves is that kids who are inherently ****ed up will be ****ed up regardless of how well they are raised.


Damn right!

No blaming parents or video games here...the kid was '****ed' from the get go
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I think you guys are taking this wrong. The people who you think are "sticking up" for him are not, they are just looking at this deeper.

This is obviously the case of an evangelist father putting unfair restrictions on this kid his whole life. It's the same as getting picked on. Something you think is not a big deal to you, will build up if it happens everyday. I mean he is 17 and isn't allowed to play halo. What do you think his life was like when he was 12? not allowed to talk to girls? I mean he just kept getting boxed into a corner, finally found something he enjoyed, then that was also taken from him, so he lashed out.

this is where personal psychology comes into play. at this point he hates is father and mother. Now it's all about him. Some people would put up with people they hate. some people would kill them, he is obviously the latter.

the kid is messed up for sure. and deserves to be locked up for a long long time. But If his father wasn't so tight lipped this prob would not have happened. He lived with a bully.
Wait, what? I read through the articles, but could not find the part where it described the kid's upbringing in detail. You have no idea what his parents did or didn't do. I know people who weren't allowed to watch R movies or play bad games, but their parents were fine about normal things. Our society is very violence-friendly - some people just choose to help their kids avoid it. If you can point out where the dad was an oppressive ***hole, I'll apologize, but as far as I can tell, the only thing that the dad did wrong was restrict Halo. He didn't even restrict buying the system! Just Halo. The kid is a snowboarder. He has an XBOX360. He has friends and is allowed to go visit them. His love life wasn't brought up. These are the things I got from the article.
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