I noticed a story about 300 teenagers vandalizing the empty home of Brian Holloway former manager of the Online Success University and GMT. Manys years ago Holloway also played in the NFL.
This is not a blog entry defending the actions of the 300 teenagers. They acted in this way because they had to live in a society which is conducting war on youth. Here in Denmark the law allows teenagers to buy alcohol on their own when they are 16 years of age. The result is that they don’t have to break into empty houses just to party. They can party at home or in closed parties in high schools where alcohol is served. The actions of these 300 teenagers cannot be justified. They could have chosen to remain at home playing video games. When normal acts of socializing is forbidden they should have followed the guidelines and have isolated themselves at home.
But was this home in best conditions when the teenagers entered it?
Not it was closed to taken over by the banks. Mr. Holloway had been involved in various online marketing activities. His money was gone and the house was worn down.
How he is using the actions of the 300 teenagers to have his house rebuilt free of charge so it can be sold with profit instead of letting it end up on foreclosure.
The 300 teenagers were vandals but there was not very much left of the house to vandalize.
A person with knowledge of how to cheat people on the internet was very close to make yet another deal. Fortunately neighbors knew of the poor conditions the house had been in for years.
- Alcohol culture in Denmark
- Internet Scam Artist
- EX-PATRIOTS STAR BRIAN HOLLOWAY Neighbors Call B.S. ON HOUSE-TRASHING (TMZ)
- Brian Holloway, former NFL star, may be sued by parents of teens who trashed his home (United Press International)