Friday, October 30, 2009

Girl Raped at High School Homecoming Dance While Others watch

 RICHMOND CALIFORNIA: Police say a 15 year old girl, left a homecoming dance at Richmond High School 9:30 p.m. Friday Oct. 23, 2009 and was walking to meet her father for a ride home.  When a classmate invited her to join a group drinking in the school courtyard. The girl had consumed a large amount of alcohol by the time the assault began, police said. Her father tried to call her cell phone, but no one answered.
Police said they received a tip about a possible assault on campus from a former student, who heard two males bragging about it. Officers found the girl semiconscious and naked from the waist down near a picnic table.

Authorities have said as many as two dozen kids watched the attack without calling police.
The girl was released from a hospital Wednesday.

So far 6 people have been arrested in connection to the rape.  Ranging from the ages of 15-19 yrs old.  The police say that they think up to a dozen people stood by and watched these young men rape and beat this girl and then left her for dead.  There are also speculations that the rape was video taped by some of  the by standers.  The police are think there will be more arrest to come in the case before all involved are arrested and justice is served.

We here at the Eternal Flame News continue to post these kinds of stories in hope that the parents of todays children and future generation of America will see there is a crisis going on.  Children are doing the most horrible and despicable things that as the police that covered this story said,  “I remember thinking that it's like something out of a Hollywood movie,” said Gagan. “It's so extremely vicious and absolutely unnecessary.”

That to us is the point "it was like something out of a hollywood movie" this is what the youth of today are being raised by.  TV, movies, and violent bloody video games that promote this kind of behavior to our children and send out the message that, it must be ok to do if they are doing it on TV.  Once again we are asking "Where are the Parents? Where are the morals and respect that they are suppose to be teaching to our future generations of America?"

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