I was stunned by this. 300+ kids broke into the second home of a former NFL linebacker and had a party. They TRASHED the place, doing over $20,000 in damage. Not just spills and broken furniture, they broke windows and spray painted the house!!! How do they know how many kids were there? The kids live-tweeted and tweeted and posted videos all over the web!!! The linebacker started a site and put the videos and tweets on the website to get info for the cops and to hopefully start a discussion to teach the kids WHY this is wrong. He seems to want to be able to hear their side and discuss the things they did and the ramifications of the damage. Instead of supporting this, the teen's parents are furious. Because he put up the website. they are blaming the homeowner for gathering the things their teens plastered on the internet as tehy bragged about what they were doing. These kids were still bragging about it after the party ended. In fact, the homeowner found out about the damage partly by his college age child recognizing the house in photos/videos posted online!! Parents are worried their kids might have their college plans altered or future careers changed because the homeowner put the videos on one website. What is WRONG with these parents?????? WHY are they not urging their kids to step up and take the consequences of their actions, INCLUDING putting the evidence on the internet where it cannot really be removed???? It isn't like the homeowner took the photos himself and released them. The kids released them and put their names on them and BRAGGED about breaking multiple laws. HOW is that the homeowner's fault? I would have blamed the kids because it is their own actions that got them into trouble until I saw the behavior of the parents. It is no wonder that these kids think it is fine to break into a home, cause major damage to the home, party and plaster it all over the internet. Of course they think that is acceptable behavior if you have parents who threaten to hurt someone because you made stupid choices and bragged about them to the world. What do all of you think about this?