Yes, thanks for sharing that, N3uro.
And here is another partly feel-good story, since it isn’t entirely feel-good when a crime was committed & someone has been victimized. Especially when an adult exploits a vulnerable young victim, as in this nationally publicized case of a teacher who took off with a student 35 years his junior & was finally caught today after a month. But it is a feel-good that the girl will get to go home & this pervert deviate predator will be brought to justice. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-tennessee-tad-cummins-20170420-story.htmlhttp://www.tennessean.com/story/news/crime/2017/04/20/how-two-californians-helped-capture-tennessees-most-wanted-man/100703956/
Where they were found is very remote. After his arrest, the dude was taken to the county seat, a town of about 8000 people over 70 miles from the hole in the woods where they were found (& over 2 hours because of the kind of roads). I’ve lived in California all my life & was a postal employee for about 8 years, & I’d never heard of this place before today. Those "nosy neighbors" should receive some sort of public service award. If they hadn't been alert & smart, who knows when or if the two would have been found?
I don’t get why teachers put themselves into these situations, not only extreme cases like this, but any kind of sexual escapades. Teachers aren’t dumb – AFAIK, every state has certification standards. But we keep hearing about male or female teachers being stupid with students, & some people trying to alibi it by saying that many teen girls & boys are precocious & seductive & lead the poor teacher astray. That’s b.s. – someone has to be a responsible adult & be in control of the situation. Now this dumb *** is looking at spending his golden years in prison, his wife has divorced him, he’s lost his career & probably his pension, not to mention marring a young life for a long time to come.
But anyway, to circle back to the theme of this thread, which is “feel-good” news, this young lady’s family has her back, & she has her life back, & let’s hope she’ll get whatever help she needs to lead a normal life.