Judge Gary McKinley stated the following, I shouldn’t be doing this, but I’m going to. I see positive things about participating in football.” Then, he decided that two high school students would be allowed to serve their sixty day sentences AFTER football season is over.
Here’s what these two morons did (as reported on CNN):
The “teens stole the decoy from a man’s home, created a base to help it stand upright because it had only two legs, and then drove up and down the road, watching as drivers swerved to avoid it, prosecutor Brad Bailey said. He said Howard did not stop the prank.”
And, what happened?
Robert Roby Jr. swerved to avoid hitting the deer and crashed his car into a pole. He “broke his neck, collarbone, arm and leg. His passenger, Dustin Zachariah, suffered brain damage.”
These two kids cause injuries to two people — serious, life threatening and life changing injuries — and they get to go home and play football?
Judge McKinley, you should be found in contempt of court for a stupid, slap on the wrist sentence like that. These boys should not have been tied as minors, but as adults. If Mr. Roby and Mr. Zachariah had died from their injuries, would Campbell and Howard been allowed to play basketball, too?