- Posted September 27, 2013 by
Eastern Connecticut, Connecticut
This iReport is part of an assignment:
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Former NFL Player Allows Police to Arrest Teenagers Who Broke Into His Home
As a result of him making the website, only 4 teenagers came forward, while other parents have threatened to sue because Holloway posted the photos their teenagers online.
The more I read about this incident the more questions I have. The questions are as follows:
If your teenage son or daughter broke into someone's home would it not be prudent for you, the parent, to accept responsibility?
Why threaten to sue some one who is trying to avoid harming the future of your teenage son or daughter?
By threatening to sue, don't you think this makes you look like you're evading responsibility for what your teenage son or daughter did?