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    Quote Originally Posted by Want2TTC View Post
    30 days in detention? Some hmuch more serious crimes get less than that...
    We don't know what kind of home life this kid has, she made a really weird decision to assault a 3yo girl, at least in detention she will get help and an ongoing mental health plan.

    All we do know is her mother obviously is not so great at making choices, maybe this intervention will be a good thing for the kid.

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    it was malicious .. they LEFT maccas - went to another store and BOUGHT scissors .. returned and then cut the little girls hair.

    I wonder if the reason she gave for doing what she did was jealously (she had nicer or longer hair than me .. which could be why the judge made the decision that was made?)

    I have to say - if an unknown child cut the hair of my child in a public place I would certainly look at my rights .. its one thing for a buddy to cut hair at school - often young kids dont understand consequences, but I honestly cant see how in this setting, with the age difference and the premeditation of going to get scissors from elsewhere .. how its not assault???

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    Good job! But I agree with PP they should've let the 3 yr old cut her hair! Nothing like a really bad haircut to deter a teenage girl from being nasty!

    She sounds like a real piece of work, and so does her mum. Having said that, if it was my 3 yr old, I would've been ropable but probably not the point of taking it to court.

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    It is assault, and lucky it wasn't worse really. Imagine if the girl struggled and they cut her. lots of If if if's.

    Also it makes me think of those two boys who took that boy from the shopping centre about 10 years ago an tortured and killed him .

    I think creative sentencing is good, but i don't think like for like is a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veve View Post
    it was malicious .. they LEFT maccas - went to another store and BOUGHT scissors .. returned and then cut the little girls hair.
    yeah on further reading I agree. It says she has been calling people threatening rape and the M word (I know it's on filter lol) so this girl is clearly troubled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    That's what I thought. Ok if it was my child I'd be miffed, miffed enough to speak to the girls parents and express how angry I was. But taking it to court?

    As to the mother saying the sentence (cutting her DD's hair) was too harsh? while I think the ruling was a bit bizarre it's just hair lol although being in Utah maybe the 13 yo is a mormon/FLDS where they aren't allowed to cut their hair?
    Or the 3yr old was FLDS....


    I'd be pretty angry if two teens cut my 3yr olds hair. Actually I'd be near devastated. my 3yr old has only had one trim it's taken for ever for her to grow to the short length it is at. I hate to think of the bullying and manipulation that the older girls did to the little one.

    I agree taking it to court is extreme. And also paying damages....? So they mean paying for the hairdressers to fix what they did?

    I do kind of agree cutting the older girls hair though, the mother complaint about not having the option to get a professional to cut it well her 13 yr old isn't a professional either and taking her to the hairdressers isn't really a punishment. While the eye for an eye isn't great she sure learnt the consequences of what she did and empathy since she would of felt what the little one did

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    That's really mean, I hope the 3yo wasn't too traumatised They should have let her cut the 13yo's hair and the 13yo also should have had to do the community service.

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    I think the 13 year old should have had to have done the 150 hours community service.

    I'd have pressed charges too if it were my 3 year old - how disturbing!

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    My mother cut my hair off when I was eleven.
    For misbehaviour.
    I wasn't asked. I wasn't given any warning. It was just done.
    And compared to the beatings I was given, having my hair cut was worse.
    I suffered such a blow to my self esteem. I was humiliated. For years.

    Some of the beatings I received would make you cringe, but having my hair cut has always been one of the most unforgivable acts.

    I agree with reasonable punishment. But not with cutting off a young woman's hair against her will.

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    And NOW they should order the mothers hair to be cut for spelling the daughter's name Kaytlen.

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