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Juvenile
Juvenile delinquency'
delinquency'
does
does not apply
apply
not
prevail
fear
must
NES
and fear must not prevail
DAILY NES
MOON
Or
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DAILY
WEDNESDAY
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A PULL MOON WEDNESDAY
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Saturday, April 22, 1989 NEWS 11 DAILY NEWS 220 E. 42d St. New York, N.Y. 10017 JAMES HOGE, Publiaher and President MICHAEL PAKENHAM, Kditerial Page Editor GILMAN SPENCER, Editer JAMES P. WILLSE, Managing Bditer Juvenile delinquency does not apply.. HERE WASA FULL MOON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, A suitable backdrop for the howling of wolves. A vicious I pack ran rampant through Central Park They attacked at least five people. One is now fighting for her life. Perhaps, by the time you read this, she will have lost that fight. Her chances were less than slim. She was gang raped. Sadistically beaten. Left naked and bleeding and bound and gagged. Left uncon- scious in a mud puddle for hours until someone chanced to find her battered body. Police are rounding up the suspects. All are believed to be juveniles. The first four arrested yesterday were juveniles, but they were charged as adults. Which is right and proper. This was not shoplifting licorice sticks and bubble gum from a candy counter. This was bestial brutality. This was attempted murder. Or actual murder, if the woman they savaged does die. There was speculation that a day off from school and the un- usually warm weather drew the youths to the park to do "mis- chief" and it escalated into tragedy. Mischief? "Mischief" is scrawling graffiti on a wall. "Mischief" is overturning litter bas- kets. "Mischief" is not mugging. It is not gang rape. It is not beating someone's face to a pulp with fists and crushing some- one's skull with a rock. UMMER'S COMING. WITH NO SCHOOL at all and lots of warm weather. Will more wolves be making "mischief" in Central Park? Or anywhere they damn well choose? The only way to deter these marauding bands is to use the full force of the law against them. The kid gloves have to come off. Kids they well may be, but that doesn't mean they are not responsible for their actions. Warm weather didn't make them do this. A full moon didn't make them do this. Utter disregard for law and humanity and human life – and utter contempt for the possibility of punishment made them do it. Wolf packs have been roaming the subways in increasing numbers. Assaulting and robbing passengers. They've declared the subways their turf. Wednesday's wolves declared Central Park their turf. Should they be free to pick and choose their domains this way? Should the entire city be turned over to them? That will be the message if such juveniles are treated as delinquents. They are not delinquents. They are criminals. Of the ugliest conceivable kind. and fear must not prevail The rape-bludgeoning of a Central Park jogger is a crime that strikes fear into New Yorkers' hearts. It raises profound ques- tions about where it is safe to go - and not go - in the city. As individuals, each person must make his or her judgments about safety. But as a city, New York can never accept the prin- ciple that some areas are off limits, out of bounds, no-person's land. The city můst struggle constantly to insure that Central Park is open to everyone, all the time. The same applies to all the other parks and all the streets and subways. The prime responsibility falls on government. That includes more police patrols, better lighting, more activities that draw crowds. Private citizens must do their part. For example, jog- gers, especially the ones who are out at night, can run with partners or even organized groups. There's safety in numbers. That's the prime directive. Nothing will guarantee absolute security. People will always need to exercise prudence. But collectively New Yorkers must claim the streets and the night for themselves. Retreating be- hind doors is like telling the wolf packs: Go on, the city is yours. 3/20
NEWS
11
42d
St.
New
N.Y.
PAKENHAM,
Kditerial
Page
does
HERE
WASA
NIGHT,
the
pack
ran
attacked
is
now
Perhaps,
lost
that
fight.
chances
Sadistically
and
gagged.
in
puddle
for
until
her
Police
rounding
up
All
juveniles.
adults.
was
This
attempted
if
die.
speculation
from
to
park
tragedy.
scrawling
wall.
overturning
not
pulp
with
fists
some-
rock.
NO
warm
force
of
The
come
be,
are
didn't
make
them
moon
Utter
life
made
Wolf
packs
robbing
their
turf.
wolves
be
free
pick
will
treated
criminals.
Of
conceivable
rape-bludgeoning
Park
jogger
crime
It
go
or
safety.
city,
limits,
city
Central
open
everyone,
all
on
includes
more
citizens
must
example,
at
can
partners
numbers.
prime
guarantee
People
need
exercise
doors
packs:
April
1989
E.
MICHAEL
GILMAN
SPENCER,
FULL
WEDNESDAY
backdrop
A
five
fighting
life.
this,
Left
bound
someone
chanced
battered
juveniles,
as
Which
shoplifting
actual
There
school
"mis-
escalated
"Mischief"
graffiti
a
rape.
someone's
crushing
skull
SCHOOL
"mischief"
anywhere
them.
they
well
doesn't
Warm
do
this.
full
disregard
humanity
punishment
it.
Assaulting
Wednesday's
That
message
ugliest
Yorkers'
about
it
As
prin-
some
areas
bounds,
falls
government.
activities
Private
night,
absolute
But
collectively
claim
themselves.
telling
Go
York,
10017
JAMES
HOGE,
President
delinquency
suitable
I
through
They
people.
have
Her
She
naked
mud
body.
suspects.
four
were
charged
sticks
brutality.
murder.
weather
litter
bas-
beating
face
one's
UMMER'S
Will
Or
damn
choose?
only
way
deter
against
kid
gloves
Kids
may
responsible
law
human
utter
contempt
been
roaming
increasing
passengers.
Should
choose
way?
them?
juveniles
kind.
strikes
into
hearts.
profound
where
judgments
never
accept
off
land.
time.
streets
subways.
patrols,
better
lighting,
part.
gers,
groups.
There's
Nothing
security.
Yorkers
Retreating
hind
on,
yours.
Saturday,
22,
DAILY
220
Editor
Editer
WILLSE,
Managing
Bditer
MOON
vicious
rampant
by
time
read
she
slim.
beaten.
bleeding
uncon-
scious
hours
find
believed
but
right
proper.
bubble
gum
candy
murder,
day
un-
youths
chief"
COMING.
WITH
lots
making
Park?
these
marauding
bands
They've
subways
declared
this
entire
over
delinquents.
fear
prevail
raises
ques-
safe
-
individuals,
each
person
his
York
ciple
můst
constantly
insure
applies
responsibility
police
crowds.
jog-
out
run
even
organized
That's
prudence.
night
3/20
Publiaher
P.
Juvenile
apply..
howling
wolves.
least
One
you
less
than
gang
raped.
first
arrested
yesterday
licorice
counter.
bestial
woman
savaged
usually
drew
Mischief?
kets.
mugging.
weather.
use
off.
mean
actions.
possibility
domains
turned
such
tions
city.
no-person's
struggle
same
other
parks
draw
For
especially
ones
who
safety
directive.
always
be-
like
wolf