Every one of us have an obligation to protect our children from certain dangers until they become mature enough to make their own way in life... and to a point, protect others children too.
Scouser, you should have taken him down an ally and force fed him his "wares" ...
Agreed! (Though I'm questioning myself about the second part, I know exactly what I'd do if some lowlife dealer tried this with one of my nieces!)
I wonder if anyone can guess the potential harm that comes to young girls who get involved with drugs and drug-dealers? - There's a reason this lowlife targeted a 13 year old girl, and it wasn't
to show her a good time.
The attitude of the CPS suggesting that a prosecution is 'not in the public interest' - which indeed can be interpreted as them saying it's OK to sell drugs to kids AND it's 0k to target your girls - tells us in no uncertain terms where we rank in their scheme and what their priorities are.
Peace n Love,
We trade natural freedoms for access to the protection of the law. When that access is denied, then the contract is broken and all bets are off. There is no obligation for one side to fulfil their part when the other refuses to. - Slimline66