Wednesday, August 11, 2004

Sho' 'nuff, I went and read the Sun, and it destroyed my good mood entirely. Mostly because of this letter:

RE: KYLE Young. Can someone please tell me why all the bleeding-heart liberals are so consumed with trying to figure out why Kyle Young fell to his death? The elevator opened because Young made a bad decision. Young is the only one to blame and while he may not have deserved to die, he took a risk and forced the guards to use force.

Dean Heald


Just sit back and look at that steaming pile of manure for a second, and then we'll rip this thing to pieces bit-by-bit. Finished? Ok...

RE: KYLE Young. Can someone please tell me why all the bleeding-heart liberals are so consumed with trying to figure out why Kyle Young fell to his death?

Because we find it disturbing when large armed people in positions of authority get together and abuse that authority to the extent that a child ends up dead. The fact that we "bleeding hearts" find that disturbing, and that you do not, is entirely because we are smarter and better people than you in every imaginable way. We are better-looking, better-smelling, more intelligent, wiser, and far more pleasant to be around, and we have better sex with better people. You, Dean Heald, are a mere scumbag, with no redeeming features whatsoever.

The elevator opened because Young made a bad decision.

No, dimwit. First of all, the elevator did not open, it had its door bashed in. The instrument with which the door was bashed in was a teenaged boy, and the wielder of said instrument was a jail guard. Fuck me, even the police have admitted that much.

Young is the only one to blame and while he may not have deserved to die, he took a risk and forced the guards to use force.

May not have deserved to die? Try 100%, rock-solid certainly did not deserve to die. And what do you mean he "forced the guards to use force" (nice prose by the way, asshole). A kid who weighed less than 100 lbs. and was chained up put two, presumeably trained, law enforcement professionals in a position where they could find no other solution but to kill him? What did he do, shoot lasers out of his eyes? If you're right, and the guards had no other option but to use "reasonable" force, then doesn't that say that they're incompetent? Did you mean to insult the guards like that?

Ahhh... I feel better now. I bet Kyle Young's family doesn't, though.

4 comments:

the rev. said...

wow, I came from the link in the lawsuit story -- I'm totally unfamiliar with this case -- but, yeah, Dean Heald is clearly a major league fucktard.

reeltyme123 said...
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reeltyme123 said...

You are an idiot. If this kid didn't act out would the outcome have been the same, definitely not. He chose to act out, he chose to be violent. This is entirely Kyle Young’s fault, end of story. Once you've worked with kids like this then you can talk. But I guess you'd rather be the one smoking up with kids like this.

Bazz said...

I must be an idiot, because I still haven't figured out a) how one kid (in shackles, at that) managed to force two adults to kill him, and b) why people like you think that's acceptable. Do elucidate.