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Sun. 9:33pm: Teen brawls, stampede close Louisiana mall

January 6, 2013

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Large groups of brawling teenagers sparked a stampede at a Louisiana mall that led police to evacuate the shopping center and shut it down early....

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Zenieth

Jan-06-13 9:48 PM

Two Hundred Teenagers! Now, that would be a mess .........Hopefully they'll learn something from this ..........

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solong

Jan-06-13 10:19 PM

Well raised by their parents.

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raven101

Jan-07-13 5:27 AM

actually when they took out spanking your children because children services also corpral punishment in schools should have never been taken out for all these bad things that happen the govt. i believe and the activists are responsible if a person kills someone they should be killed,bad people are getting off to easy today

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WarrenProud

Jan-07-13 5:33 AM

Once again, social media gets the kids in trouble. Maybe we need to restrict social media access for teens.

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CommonSense

Jan-07-13 8:41 AM

It's too bad that our government doesn't allow parents to discipline their kids any more. I guess the naughty chair doesn't always work, but the granola eaters feel better about having it.

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Zenieth

Jan-07-13 8:43 AM

Actually its not social media's fault. It's the way the kids are raised in allowing to partake in whatever*****their parents feel is fit. Violence is the normal as games and television push it to the max. Raise your kids away from this atmosphere and you get better kids. When you don't you end up with a group that's larger than when you do ..........

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