I think that it is pretty sad that we as a society are so quick to try and make the right thing wrong and the wrong thing right. It is so disheartening to hear so many having the "back" of someone who took someone's life, if the shoe were on the other foot, which it is not, would you want La'shea's family and friends to act this way and have her back eventhough she was wrong....the answer is no! I do not think that "ken" intended to harm her but the fact still remains that she did and this is a not a situation that can be walked away from....on either side. One young lady is dead and a familly has lost their child forever, there are no visitations or communications....only memories. On the other hand another young lady is behind bars and her life affected forever....however she does have the option to see her family again....Shea was not given that opportunity. I say this to say we all have to be accountable for our decisions and choices and eventhough she is still considered a child, I do believe that she knew right from wrong. Not trying to be judgemental but on her facebook page, I don't recall seeing any sort of apology to the family for taking their child away.....and all over what??????? This should be a wake up call to all the youth....life is fragile and we have to embrace it every day as we never know what the future holds.
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