Unread postby Kraftd » Tue Dec 03, 2019 12:22 am
Personally I think kids being kids only goes to a certain point before its a bigger issue. Any person, young or old, that has the capacity to do what they did and react the way they did to it, has either been raised in a very poor environment, has issues that need resolution with the assistance of medical professionals, or likely both. I don't think a lifetime loss of hunting priviledges is out of order, along with heavy fines, and substantial community service, and that's only f there appears to be genuine remorse. If I'm the judge and these end up being entitled little brats, I'd push jail time.
People deserve second chances, and if there is remorse, I do hop they get theirs in life, but to me they have lost the right to hunt. These are also not the types of people that should own guns, imo.
Of the many reasons to be angry with them, the fact that I've seen the word hunter used in headlines for this is another for me. Say what you will, but there are people who will paint this as the way hunters act in the woods. That's why I didn't understand all of the sharing of the video all over facebook on hunting pages.