I am saddened to see yet another example that this generation still has not been taught, therefore cannot grasp, the power of the strength a community has when it works and grows together; learns from, and seizes the insight and opportunities afforded all of use when we genuinely accept that which only our differences can provide. Doors open when diversity enters the scene.
Alas, too often polite neighbors turn a blind eye toward the indifference and angry sense of entitlement our ill taught youth are still being encouraged to adopt. Doors are closed. Opportunity lost. "Not my problem. I didn't do it. It's not MY child" It's always been like that...
I hope this incident is turned into a door opening opportunity for so many of you polite neighbors who think your abstinence from the issues, your ability to blame others, relieves you of any responsibility for the attitude and actions of these terribly angry young adults. You, your neighborhood, your town(s), taxes and State raised 'em.
Wake up and get involved. Teach your children and grandchildren to be and do better.