Posted by Conundrum on July 21, 2006 at 16:10:08:
I haven't posted one of these for a while as, truth be told, I disagreed with the decision to delete the last Serious Question Of The Day thread, even after I was told the reasons for the decision.
However, I appreciate that the monitors on this board have to make a judgement call about such things but that doesn't mean I have to agree with them. *g*
But I wanna try one more time, I think there is room for civilised mature discussion on this board provided it does indeed remain civilised and mature. So please remember the golden rule people, if you can't play nice don't play at all. Thanks.
Today in England, a 15 year old boy was sentenced in a rape trial for assaulting an 11 year old girl.
If you want to read about the case, here is a link:
The boy himself cannot be named for legal reasons as he is only 15.
Do you agree that juvenille offenders should not be publicly named regardless of their crime? If not, why not? If so, why?
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