A Cheater In Our Society
A Houston man is accused of bilking the government of $1.6 million allocated for coronavirus relief. He spent the money on expensive cars, watches and strip clubs.
29-year old Lee Price has been in trouble with the law since he was 17 years old. In the past, he has been charged and convicted as an adult for forgery of a government instrument. In 2009, he was convicted of theft and spent time in jail. Other past records include driving while intoxicated and robbery with threat in 2011. Most recently, Price was charged for wire fraud and bank fraud while being out on bond and in possession of a weapon and tampering with a government record charge.
Price’s case really represents a lot of crooks who are using this pandemic to cheat the federal government. They become criminals and do whatever they can to cheat the average people too.
It is very sad in the case of Price who at an early age didn’t use his talent to do the right thing. A lot of kids like him are from broken families and never got an education.
This is a real problem in our society. Many young people are like Lee Price. If they don’t go to school, they never get any skills to look for a job in order to survive. Following that path, they will eventually join organized crime and continue to steal and rob and become a social liability.
Price’s case is more than his just being a criminal. He is also stealing money and benefits from those people who are really suffering in the pandemic.
從另一角度而言，也说明我們教育之失敗， 許多聰明絕頂之孩童 ，因生長在不正常之家庭环境中， 諸如單親或無父母之照顧 ，孩童時代就已流落街頭，他們只有利用小聰明做坏事。