Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Letters to the editor...School project not funny, says resident
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Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 5 Jul 2006, p. 6


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Dear editor, What kind of entertainment do high school kids regard as fun? My family witnessed something horrific on Father's Day. Three high school students were on the Mountainview Rd. bridge and as we drove by we witnessed them in the act of throwing what seemed to be a young child over the edge. I immediately told my wife to call 911 to report a youngster who had been thrown over the bridge into the ravine below. We stopped and I got out frightened to what I would see in the ravine below. As I approached, the three teens appeared with a life-sized doll, all dressed up with hair, shirt, blue jeans. I told them that they scared us half to death and they said they were filming for a school project, as they laughed and shrugged if off. I told them to explain it to the police who were on their way. What kind of school project is even portraying such an evil act? School project? I don't think so, students were finished and writing exams. What are kids thinking of today? Halton Hills has lots to offer everyone, but this kind of entertainment is totally unacceptable for anyone. Alan D. Cole, Georgetown


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Date of Publication:
5 Jul 2006
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Cole, Alan D.
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Halton.News.207074
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English
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Letters to the editor...School project not funny, says resident