Sunday, July 4, 2010 7:27:07 AM
the man might have down, but next time he might shove someone down some stairs, he is unpredictable enough to do it, so the real person to blame are those that let him in public.
"he has the right to exist like a normal human being" yes, but there are also over 6bilion others that have the right to not get drating hurt or killed, and this man is clearly unstable and unpredictable enough to cause harm to others.
Monday, January 26, 2009 11:13:54 AM
An adult kicks my kid, disabled or not... I'm going to knock him/her down. I didn`t even see why he kicked the kid, not that anything would make it justifiable. The kid just walked into the frame, doing nothing and this guy kicked him for no reason. So, if he`s disabled and dangerous, he shouldn`t be out publicly! If he`s that unpredictable, the best place for him is in an institution for his own and everyone elses saftey.
Saturday, November 1, 2008 3:38:56 PM
I don't think the father did anything wrong. It was obviously a gut reaction and I don`t know that he knew the guy was disabled. Even if he had known, his first concern would have to be with stopping the disabled guy from attacking. I mean, he didn`t beat him on the ground.
Ancillary Question: Why was the disabled guy kicking the kid anyway?
Friday, October 31, 2008 4:36:57 AM
so, he clearly kicked the kid with a run-up, that was no accident. that father was just doing what he thought he needed to do to protect his kid from that guy, disabled or not,
Thursday, October 30, 2008 11:46:08 PM
That father acted like any father should react when thier small child is threatened by an assault by what seems to an older person. After he protected his kid and was putting the pieces together he looked concerned for the other guy. That father was spot on!