I disagree, there must be exceptions of some sort for (very soviet term but I don’t know how else to put it) anti-social elements. In terms of what is going on chemically in a bereaved person’s brain, attacking their emotions is the same as maliciously picking on someone who is mentally ill, and can lead to consequences just as bad as if they were attacking the mourners physically.
Personally I think it would be appropriate for all the adults in this group to be doing a few years of corrective labour somewhere out in Alaska, with the proceeds going to the families they have harmed. Then they can be involuntarily committed to a loony bin, where they clearly belong, and waste away in a state of antipsychotic-induced anhedonia, so they can be subjected to something similar to the effects of their anti-social actions.
That last bit (excluding the part about labour) may be a bit over the top but I was just watching a report with photos of the children who died, its really rare that I get so worked up about something but I hope from the bottom of my heart that someone will decide enough is enough and shoot these bastards before they even manage to get their signs out. I’m glad to not be from a society where using law enforcement to protect these “people’s” rights would even be considered. If someone had dared to go to a vigil for the 300-odd children killed by Chechens in Beslan and start praising Allah for it, they would be dead in minutes, and that is absolutely the proper reaction.
Celebrating the murder of 6 year olds, and doing it in a way that is emotionally damaging to the parents that just lost their children, and to the friends and classmates of those children (probably quite a few of whom are suffering from PTSD or some similar disorder now, especially with their unstable, developing brains) who may have just narrowly escaped death, is beyond the limit of what freedom of speech should allow.
And I take back what I said about any measure being over the top. These are psychopaths lacking any decency and besides making others miserable, they deprive their own children of having a chance at a normal life by indoctrinating them into a cult from birth. I’m sure if one were to look hard enough they could be found criminally liable for something. If you use a broad enough definition they could be considered to be exploiting their children, or putting them at risk of severe emotional harm, and tried for that. Or for inflicting severe emotional harm on the surviving children, as its implied by their celebration of the deaths that it would be a good thing if more had been killed.