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Saw this story just now
and told myself to be extra careful with what I want to write in future.
I don't know what exactly that the teenager wrote but this is how it was described in that Bernama report,
Okay, I guess for one thing, I better not write anything about "gather and seek an audience with Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar as well as meet the police" if I'm not happy about anything.
I really don't fancy ending up in a police lock up for such things.
Even if later on I'm not found guilty of anything, I don't think I want to risk spending a few nights in the lock-up.
Never been in one, but I believe it's not going to be a nice experience.
Well, the law is the law and we better abide by it.
Don't simply write anything that crosses our mind.
I really need to caution myself over that as I do that quite a lot.
Simply write one.
Anyway, I hope the police will not be too hard on the teenager.
Maybe the boy was just venting out his frustration over the death of the other teenagers in the tragedy.
Sounded like he needs a counsellor rather than jail time for what he wrote.
Still on the JB bicycle tragedy, I received this comment at my previous post which I want to share in this post with you all.
I think it may help us understand a bit more as to why teenagers such as the ones who died in the tragedy did what they did, and what we should do to help them.
I polished it a bit to make it easier to read and I hope the writer doesn't mind it too much.
That I think is brutal honesty.
I even believe that the commenter is one of the youths.
You all may disagree with what he wrote but that I believe is a voice of kids such as those who died in the tragedy.
Maybe he wrote the comment to express his grief over the passing of his fellow youths in the tragedy.
Maybe it's the same with the other teenager who was detained by police for what he wrote.
Whatever it is, I think we need to be more compassionate.