Target: Hamilton County Juvenile Court
Goal: Give maximum sentence to six youth who brutally attacked an Ohio man
A band of six teenage boys savagely beat an Ohio man who was on his way home from the store. When asked by authorities why they assaulted 45-year-old Pat Mahaney, the teenagers said that they were bored. Police said that the boys, who are now awaiting sentencing in court, did not appear to be remorseful for their actions. The thirteen and fourteen year-old boys who beat Pat Mahaney should be given a maximum punishment for their criminal actions.
The youth who committed this crime had malicious intentions and behaved arrogantly in their interviews with authorities. Their actions and subsequent attitudes show a lack of humanity that is shocking for individuals so young. The six youth are scheduled to face charges in court, but if let go with light sentencing, it is highly likely that they will resort back to their activities of assaulting individuals given the lack of responsibility they have in light of their current situation. Tell authorities that these teenagers deserve a maximum sentence that includes behavioral reform.
Dear Hamilton County Juvenile Court,
Six teenage boys will be tried soon for attacking 45 year-old Pat Mahaney. Their attack sent their victim to the hospital for four days and nearly cost him his life. These teenagers acted because they were “bored” and when interviewed by police, they did not appear to be remorseful for their actions.
The youth who committed this crime were only thirteen to fourteen years old. At such a young age, their malicious intentions and arrogant behavior toward authorities should be treated as a sign that, if let go with light sentencing, it is highly likely that the youth will only resort to committing similar crimes again in the near future. The teenage boys who brutally assaulted Pat Mahaney should be given a maximum punishment for their criminal actions.
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