Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Beware Of Pushing People's Buttons

"Video: Mom of Beaten Teen Speaks Out"

Violence at Florida school has gained national attention, as 15-year-old Josie Lou Ratley, was nearly stomped to death by Wayne Treacy, for making derogatory statement's via text message about his brother's suicide.

He tracked her down and punched her repeatedly until she fell to the ground. Then, he proceeded to slam her head against the ground several times. Still in a rage, he kicked her in the head repeatedly, until a school teacher spotted what was transpiring at the bus stop and pulled him off the student, who had passed out from severe injuries.

He is being charged with premeditated attempted murder and is currently held at a juvenile detention center, until prosecutors can decide whether to charge him as an adult or minor. There is clearly a problem in the young man's home, in that his brother committed suicide and he a premeditated act of attempted murder. The family needs counseling.

There is also a problem at the school, Deerfield Beach High, and the government needs to send a counselor and risk management professional there, to assess the situation and offer them help, as two very vicious crimes have occurred there in less than a year. Last year, several boys set fire to a classmate, leaving him hospitalized with terrible burns.

In an separate incident that follows the theme of pushing people's buttons, in London, a 27-year-old young man, stabbed his 24-year-old girlfriend to death, after she accepted $500,000 in gifts from him, such as a home, jewelry, Porsche and designer clothes, then texted him to state she is leaving him to marry someone else. He stalked, then killed her in a town square in front of shocked on lookers.

Many have also stated, former football player, O.J. Simpson, allegedly had his ex-wife murdered, for having a handsome young man driving around in the car he bought her and frequently visiting her at the home he purchased. Nicole Brown Simpson and her boyfriend, Ron Goldman, were brutally killed in an unprovoked act of rage.

The Judiciary Report does not agree with, support or condone violence in any measure, but this article is a warning to readers to be careful how you tell people things, as some people are not of sound mind and it will provoke severe violence from them, possibly claiming your life. It is not worth it. They will most likely end up in prison for a time, but you could lose your life or health.

No one is justified attacking and injuring you in any manner for what you have stated to them, but use caution, as some will kill you in a rage of anger or jealousy. Be on the safe side and avoid them. If you are threatened, report it to the police. It will make it easier to prosecute in the future, if the misconduct transpires again.

Doctors `feeling good' about beaten Deerfield Beach girl

Updated: 2:57 p.m. Monday, March 22, 2010 - Medical personnel treating Josie Lou Ratley -- the 15-year-old Deerfield Beach girl beaten by a teen boy last week -- on Sunday removed her bandages, exposing rows of stitches from two surgeries to relieve pressure on the girl's brain.

She remained in critical condition and in a medically induced coma at Broward General Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, according to Rick Freedman, her family's attorney.

Doctors are ``really feeling good about the strength of the rest of her body,' Freedman said. ``Now it's a matter of waiting.' Josie's family remains by her bedside.

She has undergone two craniotomies -- the first Wednesday night on the left side of her brain and the second Friday on the right side.

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