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A Southbridge man was violently attacked by a 12-year-old boy with a baseball bat over the weekend, leaving the father of two with graphic injuries. On Sunday night, Gary Anctil complained to a neighbor that her children had been defacing a local church with graffiti, thinking that bringing it to the mother’s attention would get them to stop. However, to Anctil’s surprise, one of the kids, a 12-year-old boy, came after him with a baseball bat, beating him on the head.
Due to the recently signed criminal reform bill this past spring, Anctil’s assailant wasn’t arrested. One of the provisions in the bill, signed by Governor Charlie Baker, raised the age of criminal responsibility from seven to 12.
“Twelve years old you can do this to a person and nothing can happen,” said Anctil.
An adult convicted of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon could face a couple of years in prison, yet a juvenile may not risk getting that kind of sentence. Anctil said the boy also attacked him when he least suspected, swinging at his head.
“He was on the top step and he said, ‘Hey,'” said Anctil. “I turned around and that’s when he swung in and caught me in the head.
Anctil says that what astonishes him the most is the fact that the boy wasn’t arrested.
“You guys didn’t arrest him?” said Anctil. “Well, no, a new law that passed [states that if you’re] 12 years old and under nothing’s going to happen to him, he’ll get a slap on the hand, I’m like, ‘Are you kidding?'”
Anctil says his gash required dozens of stitches to close and adds he’s having the symptoms of a concussion.
That bill the State Legislature passed last year and Charlie Baker signed is one of the worst laws every created. It was all led by douchebag Jamie Eldridge under the guise that we’re too harsh on criminals, particularly kids. Ya know, nice kids like Phillip Chism who rape and murder their teachers in Danvers
Now this little psychopath won’t get any punishment. Make no doubt about it – this kid is gonna kill someone one day. You don’t just hit a dude with a bat because he snitched on you to your Mom. It takes a special kind of evil deep down inside you to do that. You’re born with it. You’re cursed. You’re destined to kill. That’s just a fact.
This is yet another reason why everyone needs to vote in November. The number one political concern should be holding criminals accountable. Anyone spewing any nonsense about “restorative justice” or “reforming the criminal justice system” should not get your vote. Doesn’t matter what party they belong to. These people are ruining this state.
Anyway, like I said, this poor guy can’t catch a break. It’s bad enough he’s gotta live in Southbridge. That can do a lot to a man psychologically. But it’s not the gangbangers and drug dealers he has to worry about, it’s the 12 year olds who wanna do hoodrat things with their friends.