LOXLEY MURDER: My 10-year-old saw man bricked to death - The Star
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I'm learning more about death and murder right now, and in particular what I'm wondering about is:Why is does everyone take everything so serious?. As I was reading in my Google Reader, a blog post, "My 10 year old saw man bricked to death," http://www.thestar.co.uk/headlines/LOXLEY-MURDER-My-10yearold-saw.5256397.jp, caught my attention because i agree that it's not right for a 10 year old to see the death scene that's happening. I think it;s too much for the kid to handle. This quote interested me because I like writing articles that are interesting and some emotion going on.
The quote I chose here is basically saying that a 10 year old say a guy jumping of the roof and fall into a brick. The mother now is reporting that it's wrong for everything that had happen.
I think this is strong because i agree with this quote. It makes me wonder why would the person jump of the roof and lose this life like that.
A TEN-year-old boy witnessed the moment his neighbour fell to the ground in a pool of blood after being hit over the head with a brick.
Sharon Guest, aged 34, who lives a couple of doors away from Craig, told how both she and her young son watched the disturbance escalate into tragedy outside her home.
Like Craig, she to went outside to try to restore calm but while she was trying to stop the trouble her frightened son was watching the drama unfold through a front window.
She said: "I am shocked because I too was out there, just like Craig was, trying to calm things down. I saw it all.
"It all got out of hand - an innocent person who was trying to calm things down like me got taken.
"My young son saw it all through the window - he saw things a 10-year-old should not be seeing.
"There were things going off all over the place but all Craig was there to do was talk to them, to calm them down, to make it stop."