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(KMOV) – A mother trying to pick her special needs son up from school winds up in handcuffs and puts the school on lockdown.
“I was lying in bed when I received a frantic phone call from the teacher, Michael was panicking,” said Niakea Williams. Michael is Williams’ son and he suffers from Asperger’s syndrome.
After getting the call, Williams came up the Ferguson - Florissant school where she was buzzed in by school officials.
She got to her son’s classroom and immediately started to console him.
Then the school principal informed her she was violated school policy by not signing in. “I didn’t sign the book, but I had to check on my son. You can bring me the book, She said oh no, I’ve already called the police. You called what,” said Williams.
“They escorted me away from my son, who already has emotional distress. Four officers told me to turn around and put my hands behind my back, I was under arrest,” said Williams.
Williams came up the Ferguson - Florissant school where she was buzzed in by school officials.
Intrptr hangs head… even schools are operating like prisons now. What are we teaching our kids?
The boogeyman. Good primer for graduating into a world filled with "terror".
opethPA That being said, the mother also should have
you pathetic slave.
Except for the fact that schools have been controlling access into buildings for a long time.
I was in middle school about 25 years ago and they buzzed people in and had them sign in then also.
Controlled access into a building isn't a bad thing.
No disrespect sir, but you are a product of that generation that no longer understands what it means to live in the land of the free.
Enjoy you prison life. Don't get out of line.
You must realize this event the thread is about is a direct example of what a waste of time all this fear technology represents?