"He was never a criminal, it was just a kid having a really, really hard
time that just needed some extra help," mom said.Sorry, I know
that is not true. Mom can live in denial all she wants, but she can't
change facts. This boy has a lot of problems and they stem from issues with his
I am not sure what the mother is suggesting the camp should have done to prevent
this incident. Should they chain his neck to a pole? Also, who wanders five
miles from camp looking for the bathroom?
@VladWell, you know, when it's dark, it can be kind of hard to
see, and the woods are so warm, and full of food, and inviting... Anyone could
have made that mistake!
I know this are well. There are many roads and alot of people camping and
riding around. No way he was lost. He could have easyly heard cars and
4X4's from where he was walking.
If I recall correctly, there was a Utah Boy Scout at a Utah camp that got lost
just going to the bathroom facility at a scout camp and they spent a lot of
effort hunting for him. Taking a wrong turn even on a well marked freeway
happens for 16-year olds and up to seniors who have other problems.
Even prisoners get slippers. Follow the money.