While I was browsing through Foxnews.com, I found something that caught my attention-"Daughter, Boyfriend Kept Slain Mother in Trunk for Month". Tess Damm is the daughter of Linda Damm, who had a conversation with her boyfriend, Bryan Grove, that how much they hated Linda Damm. Grove asked Tess that if she wanted to "take care of Linda for her" and Tess replied, "ok whatever" because she did not think her boyfriend would do something bad that would hurt her mother. She is a very unresponsible person. I personally cannot imagine that the word, "hated" was come out from Tess' mouth. How "hated" can be used in the mother-daughter relationship? How sad is this!
The most heart breaking news is this. The police said, while Linda Damm's body lay in the trunk of her car, her daughter and her friends used her debit card to "do teenager stuff". This is unethical and disobedience behavior regardless whichever cultures or religions you belong to. Imagine you are Tess, leaving your mother in the trunk. After, you do something that you normally do with your friends and pretending that nothing have happened. No matter your mother treat you right or not, she is still your mother. Tess definitely cannot do something like this because this is unmoral.
The most terrible thing is when Grove told the polices that "he choked Linda Damm until she was unconscious, then stabbed her in the neck and mouth until she stopped breathing". After that, he and his friends wrapped the body and dumped it into the trunk of Linda's car in the garage for nearly a month. How can a 17 year-old boy turn into a unscrupulous and crucial murderer? What is this world changing into? Suddenly, I feel the chills crawl down my spine.
What is the problem of our society? Parents and teachers take some parts of responsibilities teaching their children how to behave, but what if the children are growing up under a bad family environment? Does it mean the teachers blame for the mistakes? or maybe we should think the educational system does not provide the best for the children.