Juvenile Homicide: A Search for Acceptance

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“Existence.....what a strange word. He, set out by determination & curiosity, knows no existence, knows nothing [relevant] to himself. The petty destinations of others & everything on this world, in this world, he knows the answers to. Yet they have no purpose to him. He seeks knowledge of the unthinkable, of the [indefinable], of the unknown. He explores the everything...using his mind, the most powerful tool known to him. Not a physical barrier blocking the limits of exploration, time thru thought thru dimensions....the everything is his realm. Yet, the more he thinks, hoping to find answers to his questions, the more come up. Amazingly, the petty things mean much to him at this time, how he wants to be normal, not this transceiver of…show more content…
Anyway... I was Mr. Cutter tonight - I have 11 depressioners on my right hand now, & my [favorite] contrasting symbol, because it is so true & means so much. There is an arrow drawn pointing to a double-barred cross in the margin with the word “cut.” The battle between good & bad never ends... OK, enough bitchin... well I’m not done yet. Ok so... I don’t know what I do wrong with people (mainly women) - it’s like they all set out to hate & ignore me, I never know what to say or do, [edited] is soo fuckin lucky he has no idea how I suffer. ok here's some poetry... this is a display of one man in search of answers, never finding them, yet in hopelessness understands things...” (Klebold 4). Most, if not all people probably believe that “random” acts of violence such as the Columbine shooting are done by kids that are just “twisted.” I would disagree. These crimes are done by kids who feel they don’t really have a reason to live; kids who are making themselves sick by spending countless times by themselves just crying; kids that are always told to but just can’t ignore the cruelty of their bullies; kids who are cutting various parts of their bodies on a regular just so that they have something else on their minds. These are kids
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