Re: Lost a Bruins fan...
posted at 4/17/2013 6:50 PM EDT
Fletcher, sounds like they are close to catching the perpertrator(s) of this heinous crime. For once, whomever they catch, I don't want to hear their name, their background, nothing about this scumbag(s) life. I just want to know that they are caught and will be punished. I know this is not the reality, but in a perfect world, these guys would not/should not have their name smeared all over the media (almost) to the point of glorification.
Instead, much like the wonderful person who started this thread, I want to hear more about the people who lost their lives. I want to know their names, passions, etc...
In response to Fletcher1's comment:
Lots of wonderful comments here.
Whatever kind of logic is eventually offered for this murder will be pathetic and insulting, but hopefully the response from the City, the team, and the Bruin fans will redeem this kid's brutal exit from this planet and shine a positive light on his short life. He was dealt a cruel and unfair hand on Monday, so hopefully he'll get the star treatment from here on, and like a good teammate, someone can delivery a beating on the culprit for this cheapshot.
I'm sure that picture is a reflection of any of us at that age, or perhaps our kids now. I like the dream of a Richard jersey and a Stanley Cup coming together. Wouldn't that be great?