Welcome to the pages memorializing those killed by teenagers in Massachusetts. Please send us any other cases you know of that we should post here. You may leave your supportive comments for the families on each page.
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Key Legal Principle for Us: “Malitia Supplet Tetatem” – Can Malice Supply the Want of Years?
“Brain Overclaim Syndrome” by Professor Stephen J. Morse of UPenn Law
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Harvard Professor James Q. Wilson “Thinking About Crime”:". . . some persons will shun crime even if we do nothing to deter them, while others will seek it out even if we do everything to reform them. Wicked people exist. Nothing avails except to set them apart from innocent people. And many people, neither wicked nor innocent, but watchful, dissembling, and calculating of their opportunities, ponder our reaction to wickedness as a cue to what they might profitably do. We have trifled with the wicked, made sport of the innocent, and encouraged the calculators. Justice suffers, and so do we all."