Teens sentenced after vicious attack at high school in Windsor, Ont.

Teens sentenced after vicious attack at high school in Windsor, Ont. 1


Three youths have learned their fate following a vicious attack on a Windsor boy. CTV Windsor's Ricardo Veneza reports.

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41 Comments on "Teens sentenced after vicious attack at high school in Windsor, Ont."

  1. SMDH….why won’t parents step up and start parenting again?… help teach kids how to cope with their own issues and to not harm others…If you can’t be a role model for your kid – then you have no business being a parent.

  2. Diana Stellar | August 21, 2019 at 8:05 PM | Reply

    So this is Canada now?? For shame

  3. Lmao, wow, thats just going to make him more threatening when he gets out.

    • @Tullock Probably. The current climate in Canada’s correctional institutions tends to present inmates with only 2 choices: be a victim or be a better aggressor. And if someone is already a bully chances are excellent too much time spent in the company of “experts” will only criminalize them further.
      There may well be exceptions to this. And it is possible the judge in this case recognizes this dynamic and wants a long enough sentence to generate sufficient trauma for correction, but not so long for the accused to find their place in the dominance hierarchy behind bars.

    • griz063 they will go to juvenile detention centre. Different from jail

  4. Buckbennyrides | August 21, 2019 at 8:10 PM | Reply

    I’m just surprised that a Canadian court didn’t award money to the scumbags at this point.

  5. I agree with the father

  6. Oh, maybe grandfather

  7. Parents also should have been held accountable for their children’s actions. Just like they say about dogs, it’s not the dogs fault its the owner.

  8. Laurie Skinner | August 21, 2019 at 8:48 PM | Reply

    Again, no justice, bullying will continue,,,efffffff

    • Bullying will not be positively addressed by hateful attitudes against children. It is a fixture of our society and likely will be for any future we can foresee. Let’s remember that attempts by adults to reduce it (bully-proof zones in schools) have only forced it “underground” where incidents of it have become far more dangerous.
      There has been a sharp rise in the number of short-sighted adults feeding their own emotions at the expense of the children.

  9. Larry Grenier | August 21, 2019 at 9:21 PM | Reply

    Only in Canada where you can almost kill someone, and get a slap on the hand.

    • Larry Grenier | August 22, 2019 at 5:45 AM | Reply

      @Swampy try that in USA and you will go to prison for a while.

    • Swampy stupid comment of the day goes to you

    • @Larry Grenier While I agree in principle one has to watch the Oedipal complex in assessing a degree of adult competency upon a child who does not and cannot posses such a level of experience. One could find far more concern if we were talking about children just 5 years older. If the family of the victim is please with this outcome I think we should be as well.
      A longer sentence at such an age would likely just result in criminal hardening. There is wisdom, at this age at least, to a short enough sentence that they don’t start learning too many bad lessons from the longer-serving inmates, and remain less comfortable and more on-edge.

    • griz063 um yea so the lesson learned for them is it’s ok to almost kill someone just for fun because your young. The parents should be held responsible to

    • @Shawn Marla Our “moral outrage” aside, consider another dynamic at work. We suffered no trauma or loss in this incident and have never looked into the face of the perpetrators.
      Those who actually have, are saying justice is served.
      I understand what you’re saying and in some situations might be saying the same. I’m not a fan of soft bleeding-heart sentences. But that needs to be separated from the lust for vengeance. Particularly where kids are involved. (Remember the Covington Kids?)
      The big mind-changer for me in this one case, is that those who actually did suffer pain and loss and know the background of the perpetrators are saying “This is sufficient”.
      I would have to be a considerable narcissist to want to countermand them and say, “No it’s not”. Justice is for the victims.
      Not the emotions of those who only hear about it in a news story.

  10. glad the kid is ok. This video looks like it was filmed in the late 90s

  11. Abcs Yhhi3jejej | August 21, 2019 at 10:11 PM | Reply

    Unreal bullys should get the same treatment gross

  12. Should’ve got 7 years our system of justice is way too soft.

    • @Diego lapaolo Hating children back who have done hateful things is no kind of solution. 7 years on a child is way too hateful a sentence.

    • Diego Iapaolo | August 22, 2019 at 7:52 AM | Reply

      griz063 unfortunately it’s not hard enough because it’s quite simple it’s supposed to be a deterrent and a huge one. It’s too light of a sentence when this kid was almost beaten to death? It’s not close to long enough!

    • Diego Iapaolo | August 22, 2019 at 7:57 AM | Reply

      griz063 I might also add that allowing anyone to think this behaviour or attitude is acceptable without a hard punishment is why we have these kind of problems in Canada and why we see such a high rate of re-offenders.

    • Diego Iapaolo | August 22, 2019 at 8:13 AM | Reply

      griz063 I also meant to ask you since you believe my sentence is too “hateful”? If you were the mother of that child or better put that was your child do you think that sentence was acceptable and why?

  13. They better be in PC or they might just get bootf¥¢t.

  14. Every time a kid does something stupid like this, the parent of that said kid must have their fingers cut off one by one for each misdemeanor.

  15. Liberum Oratio | August 22, 2019 at 12:42 AM | Reply

    Not enough time in jail. 10 years. 10 years in jail. The thugs that do this need to fear the law.

    And the parents, of the thugs, should have gotten 5 years each.

  16. 7 months and doesn’t have to serve it, Canada is a fuking joke. Why do they treat teens like they’re 6 yr olds? They know what they’re doing and they have the ability to kill adults, they should be tried the same way. This poor kid could get lifelong injuries-his dad seems like a great guy. If anyone laid their hands on my family members they’d pay dearly and it’d be more than a slap on the wrist like the judge would give them.

  17. Holy gee wilikers 5 months!! Oh by golly judge you’re a savage!!

  18. This is not justice 😠😤

  19. If I were you, I would spend my life follow them on the court.

  20. Yet again the justice system is a big let down.

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