http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/04/08/teens.life.sentence/index.html?eref=rss_topstories Do you think 10 years as a 13 year old child was/is long enough for stabbing your step-brother? Or do you think he got what he deserved as a life without parole sentence? One thing in particular stood out - as I'm a teen from the 70's-80's - in that in the 70's - 80's it states that punishments for minors were not so severe. I wonder if it had anything to do with our parents being teens in the 50's-60's and the need for less strict environment than they were raised in. I don't think this is a decision that can be made overnight or without structured supports (to let this man out on parole) but - I think it's interesting to see that there actually is a group working for the freedom of childhood killers. Was life for a life too strict?