Many of todays columnists and sports writers believe that sports in general have become too violent. These people feel that referees and leagues have a "let them play" attitude, which is causing games to become out of control. James Campion is one such person who feels that this attitude is a reflection on society as a whole. If his thoughts are true, sports are showing a scary picture.
Violence isn't just happening on the field anymore. On June 5, 2000 Thomas Junta beat to death Micheal Costin in front of their children at a suburban Boston ice rink, after a hockey game. In some places such as Jupiter, Florida, they have imposed manditory two hour counciling for its youth players and parents. Click here for full story.
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