WB, that’s what’s bothering me. If it’s a crime as serious as they’re looking at charging him with, isn’t that grounds for charging him as an adult? This kid doesn’t need to be back out on the streets in just a few years after he turns 18, or 21, or whatever. There’s sufficient history to show this is a very troubled individual, not just some kid that feels like being “different.” What’s missing here – why would they not be charging him as an adult (and thereby allowing him to be identified)? I suspect all the locals in Hurricane, and some in St. George (especially those in the school), certainly know who he is. But if he essentially beats the system and is out completely free with only a juvenile record in just a couple of years or so, what stops him from relocating to another area altogether and being under the radar where he’s an unknown?
"Ye hear of wars in far countries, and you say that there will soon be great wars in far countries, but ye know not the hearts of men in your own land."
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