Many of you have probably noticed Autumn Pasquale case (twelve year old New Jersey girl who went missing and was found dead in bin). Such a tragic case and has gotten some exposure also around here and we were talking about it today with my workmates during our coffee break. Mostly about the fact how nonsensical it is that two teen kids kill a other kid because of the bike and how awful it has to be for girls parents not only her being murdered but her being murdered because of something so minuscule. While others agreed that also the culprits' parents are probably feeling awful, I was the only one who really had great sympathy for them. At least as much as for the parents of the girl. Of course I don't know what kind of parents they are and I do know that many major difficult children have deadbeat or at least severely troubled parents (environmental factors do influence the gfgness after all), but still. Most have probably tried their best (their best may not be satisfactory if they happen to be difficult children themselves, but it may still be their best) and many are good parents in every measurement, many are even great parents, but still things happen. The story also said that the mother of the boys tipped police after something she noticed in her sons' Facebook or something. I can't even imagine what she is going through right now and I just hope that somehow she will be able to live on, but that has to be almost impossible to do.