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Submitted by Guest35656 (not verified) on Fri, 01/09/2009 - 12:50pm.
I understand he is your brother and you feel protective. At the same time, not specifically your family, but if you go after the drug dealers for supplying the drugs then at the same time you can go after: a. The D.A.R.E officer (not performing his job at educating the youth) b. Parents (If the child died then clearly they didn't get the point across - policeman or not) c. Makers of the vehicle used to transport the "victim" to the crack house d. builders of the building/park/parking lot where the drug deal went down e. Friends for not telling him to stop f. Brand of shoes he was wearing because it allowed him to walk into that door. g. Pastor - he didn't get the point across either The list can go on and on. My point is - your brother-and your brother only- made a decision. Unfortunately he paid with his life. It is no one’s fault but his own. The drug dealers can be caught and tried for whatever laws they broke but in no means did they have any part in killing your brother. Now if he had a gunshot wound or other physical trait then you have a point. If he just had a bad high then that is no one’s fault but his own.
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