Nope. Too far thought out. This was not a stupid impulse. This was a jointly contemplated, executed plan to hurt people. Plenty of steps along the way for reason to jump in. While they are buying the dope, making the muffins, delivering, after delivery. Meantime people are being hurt. What's their next plan? Gee, let's slap them on the wrist so we can find out who's next on their hit list.
Go an sin no more doesn't work too well in our society. Got a lot of cemetary plots and counseling offices filled with people who are victims of "go and sin no more"-types.
Muffins are good!!! Let the Muffin Men go. Very funny, prank. Punishment yes suffer the rest of the young sweet life no
These two just had too much time on their hands....give em some community service! This all just goes to show that parents arent doing their jobs.....I mean if my teenage boy was making muffins in my kitchen I'd wonder what the hell was going on! REALLY!!!!
marijuana in a muffin? not a bad idea! if the marijuana were legal, those kids would be billionaires!! This would be taking care of the high and the munchies all in one lazy step! brilliant!
Didn't Bruce Lee do this several years ago?
Which one is supposed to be Samuel Jackson?
Where can a fella order a couple dozen? Sounds like some of the people who post on here could stand to try one or two.Typical Decatur Baptist mindset though.I bet if it were their child they would see it different.Oh well it gives them something to talk about when they see each other in the liquor store.
What I don't understand was why the teachers were "hospitalized" ill?..? A few giggles and munchies maybe.... Actually, we made brownies in the seventies.
I guess they just wanted to share the love. Of course, a person should be able to choose if they want in.
i've very much enjoyed following this story on my blog...18 year old terrorist :-) bizarre.--RC of strangeculture.blogspot.com
It's disturbing to know that people feel this was nothing serious. People got sick from this so called prank. They deserve more than a slap on the wrist.
I agree the so called joke was wrong but I cant see them being treated as if they went to school and shot teachers and classmates.The punishment should fit the crime.And to the writer that commented on the typical mindset here in Decatur....You go fella!!!
Yes, they screwed up! They know that, everybody knows that. But c'mon, they don't need a criminal record that will follow them the rest of their lives.punish the crime, not the hype!
üh..."typical mindset"guy if you want to blame punishing people for hurting others on us christians thats fine because its the only thing that keeps this world from complete and utter chaos, but do not stand there and act like we are all hypocrites. these guys need to be taught that in the real world you have to be held accountable for your actions. life is not like high school.
I too question why the teachers got sick from the brownies. And went to the hospital? Lightweights I guess.Just a prank - teenagers will be teenagers. No need to scar them for the rest of their lives. Actually, I think it's pretty funny; a few days of detention will be punishment enough.
It wasn't just a prank - it was a dangerous game. Funny - maybe for us who grew up in the "just say what??" generation however... it is no diffrent from spiking someones drink - a crime.I agree that a person should choose if they "want in" - this is an crime to sneak it on someone. What if the person who ate these got in a car and hit someone - driving under the influence - not funny anymore. I don't think prison is right but they need to have an appropriate punishment. Serving tainted food is a crime - not a rite of passage. (did I say it was a crime? :)
I don't think that the brownies were 'tainted'. Pot does not go bad.As far as driving under the influence - alchohol yes, pot - ah..no; wait....ah....NO
There was nothing funny about this "prank." Guess you "ok'ers" would think differently if it were your own mother who this had happened to. Crime is crime! The judge should treat this accordingly. I think they dropped the "terrorist" charges...that is enough of a let-off. Maybe not time in jail, but checking in to a probation officer for a few years will at least set an example so other teachers will not have to suffer the same, or worse.
Barry, I can't believe you!!! These were not just muffins with some weed in them. They were muffins with a stronger drug in them. Where did they get this stuff and why? They had to know what they were doing. This may have been a prank - but not a harmless kid prank. It was evil and these kids knew what they were doing. If it were an innocent and harmless prank, they would have immediately come forward and confessed what they did and begged for mercy. Maybe 20 years in prison is too long for them, but jail time should definitely be in the picture. They should have a criminal record for this stunt. Probation???? I think not!!!
Well...If our DA, Jana Jones, handled this case.. it would be no more than probation. She doesn't believe in punishing criminals with jail time.
right on 1140.
I say make em wait tables at Sweetie Pie's.
Let them make regular brownies for the homeless...batch afte batch after batch....they'll be sick of em' before long.
Legally, what is the max they could get and the minimum. I haven't heard.
Maybe now they should drug test the teachers and then fire them.
marijuana in a muffin? This was the funniest school prank ever.
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