Let me say that I do like the premise of this story. I love the idea of seeing what the bat kids were all doing moments before they were inspired by the bat symbol and that the potential was already within them. Yeah Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown aren’t in this but I can understand the constraints put on the writers in the current new 52 where they aren’t allowed to use those characters. In Cassandras’ case, like Damian, she wouldn’t even be in Gotham at this time period. I haven’t been a fan of how Barbara Gordon has been written since the relaunch so when I say I enjoyed her characterization understand that hasn't been the norm of late.
No, the problem I had with this back up was the Jason Todd bit. First off let me thank you for writing Jason as a caring person. Too many writers forget about Jason being someone that’s passionate about protecting innocents and being so empathic to others’ pain. That's a driving part of who he is that usually gets written off as being him being the “angry bad Robin.” I know that Jason didn’t kill Chris but I can see how this was misunderstood by many readers. The text Jason and the cop have is rather ominous.
This also had a nice twist in showing how fake an image could be. Ma Gunn wasn't the great humanitarian she presented herself as and Jason was more than a thief.
Since he didn’t think Batman believed him Jason showed up at one of the break ins Gunn put together to stop the crime himself. Now he could have told the police but he claimed not to be a snitch. This brings up another problem I have with his section of your story. Jason seems to have been pressured into this crime with Chris and panics even though he assumed the gun was empty and no one would get hurt. I just can’t see Jason ever acting like this. If he doesn’t believe in something he’s not going to go through with it and makes his opinion known. He’s the kid that was gutsy enough to steal the tires off the batmobile and showed no fear against Batman. That hit Batman to escape during their first meeting. At Ma Gunns’ school he proves himself by taking on three much bigger guys at once without hesitating.