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I’m almost certain that I’m not the only one that saw this coming.  After I read this mornings version of events, I knew we would soon be reading that the case was going to be looked at as a murder-suicide.  The first clue was when they announced that Scott D Jones was a decorated paramedic having received the Star of Life Award.  The second clue was when Mei Kum Jones brother mentioned that the Jones were in the middle of a divorce a light bulb went off and I knew that Scott had most likely done it.  What I want to know is when a relationship is over, why can’t people just go their separate ways instead of murdering each other.  Have they forgotten that they excited alone before the relationship and they can certain last again if it ends.  Those poor baby boys weren’t even given a chance at life and for what?

A Facebook photo shows victims Mei Kum Jones and her twin boys, Colt and Cameron.

Read the latest update here: http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/2013/11/19/arlington/TfyrD0kUXryH0EBRwEbTIJ/story.html


Three Oklahoma teens shoot man for fun

I was truly disgusted to read about the three Oklahoma teens who shot and killed a visiting Australian baseball who happened to walk down the wrong street. Prosecutors charged 15-year-Old James Francis Edwards Jr. and 16-year-old Chancey Allen Luna with first-degree murder On August 20, 2013. Their friend, 17-year-old Michael Dewayne Jones was also charged today, but with being an accessory after the fact and with using a vehicle during the discharge of weapon. Although he was charged as a youthful offender his case will still be heard in adult court.

The three young men killed 22-year-old Christopher on Friday, August 16, 2013 just because these young men had nothing better to do. to overcome boredom. Oklahoma law states that because the teens are 15 and older and facing a first-degree murder charges both of them are automatically tried in adult court. I imagine that the thrill of their kill of the traveling Aussie is now dead and they will have to find another way to handle their boredom in prison.

As a parent I know the devastation all the families involved are feeling. An unnecessary loss of life for no reason at all. Parents don’t bring children into the world expecting these types of things to happen. People often try to blame the parents for all that their children do. In all fairness to them, often times, some children can have everything and end up being the worst offenders of all.

Read more n the story here. http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57599302/aussie-baseball-player-killed-by-bored-okla-teens-police-say/