Killer Boy and His Hog
Did you hear about this joker?
Jamison Stone is an 11 year old sixth grader in Pickensville, Alabama. His fifteen minutes of fame came from telling the world that he killed a large "wild" boar. "I feels really good," says Jamison Stone. "It's a good accomplishment. I probably won't ever kill anything else that big."
Turns out the "wild hog" he massacred had been raised as someone else's family pet. He killed something that couldn't speak and likely didn't even know to run from him, since killer boy looked a lot like the people who raised him. This is what the "hunt" consisted of: the boar was hunted inside a large, low-fence enclosure and fired upon 16 times by Stone, who struck the animal nearly a half-dozen times during the three-hour "hunt."
What the heck is an eleven year old boy doing with a gun, why the h*$! does he think it's OK to kill living things, and why did he torture the poor thing for three hours before killing it? How brave is it to shoot a defenseless animal that is trapped inside an enclosure? What kind of parents encourage this kind of behavior?!