My sincere condolences to the Sinha family. I know the pain you are going through. I can empathize because I myself have been a victim of a brutal crime. May God the Merciful bring justice and punish those who go against his teachings. May he bless those who follow in his footsteps and strive to achieve something positive in life by giving back to society and nurturing it. America seriously needs to take a good look at the society that we have created. If it means that we need to clean up the mess we have made, we need to do in order to save ourselves. We shouldn't reward nor encourage such ignorance and selfishness that these killers idolized. The myspace profiles of the killers made me want to puke. A picture of Scarface (Al Pacino's famous character) brandishes the killers site. The income is 250,000 and above. Not even the gentleman that the killers so viciously committed an act of cold murder against made that kind of money. He was a teacher. I'm a teacher. He was a humble man. We don't get into the profession of teaching because we wanna "clock bitches and make a bunch of dollla billz". The youth of today lack an understanding of what it takes to earn that kind of money in society. They don't understand the term...caliber. There isn't a moral code that is encouraged so that they are able to distinguish between the correct way of making money and the wrong way of making it. In fact, it doesn't matter how you GET your money (benjamins) or your bitches...so long as you are RICH and getting LAID. That's what makes them "COOL". No one wants to earn anything except for the good children who strive to become something positive and give back...the kids who end up working at Google, Pixar, Apple, IBM...become a doctor, lawyer...etc. These young adults grow into something worthwhile because they give something positive back. On the other hand, the less privileged as they would like to refer to themselves are encouraged to slack off and spend their time listening to rap songs from previously convicted rapists, drug dealers, and murderers. But I don't buy into that "less privileged" bullshit. It's a scapegoat used by lazy people who are roaches. Those killers are roaches. Everyone in America has the ability to do something positive with their lives regardless of whether you come from the ghetto or Beverly Hills. What you do with your life in this country depends on you and your decisions only. Ever watch Slumdog Millionaire? Those kids didn't have the choice. We take that choice for granted here. The poor kids in India have their hands tied. These killers chose to kill an innocent man and bring hurt to the family. They have no regard for their actions. People choose to come to America because you can do something positive and it is promising. What kind of society are we creating if people who have been here longer than Indians don't get that? The hymns of yesterday have become songs like "skeet skeet". It's disgusting. I would like to drop those little thugs off in Calcutta...in the heart of the slums and see if they could make it for a day. Let's see if their myspace, 2 Pac, and Scarface would save them.