Re. R. Rivett's letter Charge ‘terrorist’ juveniles (Castanet, March 30)
I think people who are suffering from such harassment should take advantage of the law.
The province of B.C. has the Parents Liability Act.
3. Subject to Section 6 and Part 3, if a child intentionally takes, damages or destroys property of another person, a parent of a child is liable for the loss or damage of property experienced as a result by an owner and by a person legally entitled to possession of the property.
Bullying and harassment are part of this law too.
I'm not a lawyer but I know parents are responsible for their children's actions. I suggest people start suing the parents of these teenagers for damages.
Having to pay money, is a great deterrent, if people are to busy and unwilling to supervise their children. That means anyone under age 18!