15-year-old Christopher Rodriguez of Clearwater HIgh School in Florida is known to his classmates as "Nazi". He made comments to his teacher that he always carried a knife and asked questions like "Why do you sit me next to people that I want to shoot?" When confronted by the principal in January if he had any weapons Rodriguez produced brass knuckles and a ski mask. Also a sheet of paper was found that had two columns on it, "Likes" and "Dislikes"...
Beneath the first column, the paper was blank.
Beneath the second heading, he had written a long list of racial and ethnic groups.
When police went to his house they found a mini arsenal that included a Russian SKS semiautomatic rifle and a .22-caliber derringer with a homemade silencer.
His computer contained many visits to "white power" sites and a cache of videos of authentic executions. He also had in his possession a copy of the surveillance tape from the Columbine massacre.
God only knows what this little racist ball of hate was planning and what does he get?
As a result, Christopher Rodriguez has been committed for an indefinite period to a juvenile justice facility in New Port Richey that specializes in teenagers who need mental health counseling.
As a result of the plea worked out Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge Marion Fleming ordered Rodriguez sent to the Mandala Adolescent Treatment Center, a secure facility which specializes treating teenage boys who need counseling for mental problems.
The New Port Richey facility holds up to 33 boys ages 14-18, who are all required to wear uniforms.
The average length of stay is six to nine months, according to the Department of Juvenile Justice.