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Mar 13, 2014 03:29 AM EDT

 

Police: Teenage girls assault autistic boy

By CNN Staff

 

(CNN) -- Two Maryland teenage girls were charged this week with assaulting an autistic boy and recording him on their cell phones performing sex acts, including some with animals, the St. Mary County Sheriff's Department said Wednesday.

 

Authorities said the two girls, ages 17 and 15, admitted to police that they assaulted the boy, 16, with a knife on "multiple occasions."

 

"His parents refer to him as (having) been diagnosed autistic," said Sgt. Cara Grumbles, a spokeswoman for the sheriff's office. "Some of the sexual acts involved animals. It's awful."

 

A news release from the department said the girls also kicked the boy in the groin and dragged him by his hair. They also got him to walk onto a partially frozen pond. When the boy fell through several times, they made him get out each time by himself, police said.

 

Detectives found videos on the girls' cell phones.

 

Prosecutors charged the 17-year-old, Lauren A. Bush, as an adult. The 15-year-old was charged as a juvenile. Police didn't release her name.

 

Each was charged with two counts of first-degree assault, two counts of second-degree assault, child pornography and false imprisonment.

 

 

Evil c s!

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Are kids today just way more bonkers than we were??

 

A kid in Jr. High took lunch money from an autistic kid. Every week someone punched the thief in the face at school. He'd be walking down the hall, Bam! On the floor!

 

Kids know what is right!

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The states ought to pass "Abuse of a Vulnerable Person" statutes that would specifically criminalize harming vulnerable persons and mandate draconian minimum sentences.

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The states ought to pass "Abuse of a Vulnerable Person" statutes that would specifically criminalize harming vulnerable persons and mandate draconian minimum sentences.

 

I don't think there should be special crimes for any classification pf people. We are all supposedly equal, why the special treatment for some groups? maybe judges should start sentencing people to jail regardless of who the crimes are committed against. look at the guy that punched the 8 year old for his ipad. he's been arrested 60 times. Why is he even on the street?

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Originally Posted by lichum View Post

The states ought to pass "Abuse of a Vulnerable Person" statutes that would specifically criminalize harming vulnerable persons and mandate draconian minimum sentences.


 



While I can understand the motivation for the line of thought, i do not agree with it. There should be a punishment for an action that is a crime, that punishment should be no different for different victims, because you'll end up with really stupid things like our current "hate crimes" legislation.


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I agree with with lichum. Just like how public officials should face harsher penalties for crimes that abuse public trust, exploiting the handicapped should be punished with extra severity.

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Was that a really poorly written article or is it just me? How in the hell do animal sex acts fit into this picture? They held him at knife point and forced him to **** a goat or something?

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The states ought to pass "Abuse of a Vulnerable Person" statutes that would specifically criminalize harming vulnerable persons and mandate draconian minimum sentences.

 

#1. They should punish lawyers who knowingly misuse information to protect criminals.

#2. Anyone who performs criminal acts be punished to full extent.

 

Lawyers, laws and lawsuits are dismantling our country.

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