A better analogy would be a quarterback throwing a pick 6 in a situation where he didn't need to throw the ball at all and could have just kneeled down and sealed the win.
"Why did that quarterback throw an interception to lose the game? We can clearly see that it was the completely wrong play after careful and detailed analysis after theach fact. He should have came to the same, immediate conclusion!"
No one will say that this man was right, nor did this kid deserve any kind of confrontation. However, I am sure the information available to us right now is vastly different than what was available during the incident. I doubt the accused is a violent, racist, disable person hating jerk.
I can't tell if you are sarcastically funny or if you are an f-ing idiot.
NOT racist wrote:
Racism no longer exists in America except as a leftist political tool. Therefore, we can just chalk this up as an innocent misunderstanding. Feel bad for the kid, but what else can you expect? The man's wife could have been in great danger. You never know who might possess Luke Cage-like strength, and if this runner had ripped the door off of the car and mugged the guy's wife in broad daylight, he'd never have been able to live with himself. This is really the fault of the school administration. We should provide the autistic child's mom with a voucher so that she can send her son to a charter school that doesn't run races in places where people are terrified of high school runners.
It really touches my heart deeply. I understand a lot about autism and how we get (mis)treated. It happens to me too to the point where I isolate myself as much as possible.
Boy refuses to run anymore. DA refused to press charges. Mom heartbroken.