What he did is terribly wrong? We must also realize not all of...

Caridad Hilaire - March 15 2014, 9:50 PM

What he did is terribly wrong?

We must also realize not all of us know the difference between right, and wrong.

You cannot take pictures without asking the person, and some "Blancs" have this bad habit of doing it. You might get away with it until you meet a crazy person, and this is my opinion.

You cannot abuse your workers just because they have no papers, and human beings do snap under stress.

We do not know the entire story, and the abuse might have been going on for a very long time. He could be a desperate man, and did a desperate thing.

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