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Teen Tackled/Arrested/Suspended at School by Police for using Cell Phone...Teens now protest.

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posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 07:34 PM
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Picture it- Las Vegas-early to mid 90s-Middle school and High School-

We had police on campus- domestically speaking* it was a rougher time back then as a kid, because of the mentality around the streets. You had to really protect yourself as a kid because there was always someone looking for trouble with the major gang violence going on at the time. The cops were never there when you really needed them the most, they didnt protect squat. So it was up to us to protect ourselves, and our friends.

But back then- the cops werent pulling this petty crap-they were too busy- chasing REAL criminals who were murdering-robbing-stealing-assaulting other people. The cops were present on scene at school- but they remained in the shadows doing nothing until an actual crime was being committed.

If no real crime was committed- then there is no reason for officer involvement. They are not our masters, they are appointed for us-by us(FUBU). Things are getting ridiculous to the point that its making our entire nation look weak and pathetic. THey are doing duties that school staff should be able to handle. Theres no need to put your hands on a kid, unless that kid is trying to hurt someone or themselves. NONE.

The police bring it upon themselves when they get caught doing this stupid crap. Thee police wonder why people look at them with such disgust, when the answer has been staring right at them all along - ' STOP BREAKING THE LAW AHOLES '




posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 07:45 PM
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originally posted by: cavedweller88
This type of thing just burns me to the core ...THERE IS NO REASON POLICE SHOULD BE ENFORCING SCHOOL POLICY! As we all know whenever police are involved they tend to take it too far.

I understand why the Police should be there...but arresting a girl for not giving up her cell phone leaves me at a loss for words.

I'm very glad that these students have the balls to go out and protest for their friend and their rights! I really hope they make some sort of change....That whole sign your rights away thing for students in my opinion is pretty dang scary.


News Article





Perez’ mother, Gladys Santos, has kidney problems and receives dialysis treatment, reports Click2Houston. Perez’ father had sent a text to the 10th grader, worried when he couldn’t locate her mother.

“I didn’t want to let go of my phone so they like, pinned me down to the floor. One of them was behind me, like on my legs and trying to put the handcuffs on. It hurt a lot. And the other cop has his knee on my head, all his weight on me, and I was screaming because it hurt so much. I was crying because I thought I was going to get in trouble with my mom.”
Perez is currently suspended until Friday and her mother is looking to move her to another school.

Many critics of having police in schools point to the fact that there has been a surge of children arrested and charged with misdemeanours for things such as truancy, chewing gum, or talking back to teachers, which they believe would be better handled by the school and its principal, rather than the boys in blue.

“There is no evidence that placing officers in the schools improves safety, and it increases the number of minor behavior problems that are referred to the police, pushing kids into the criminal system.” Denise C. Gottfredson, a criminologist at the University of Maryland who is an expert in school violence, told The New York Times last year.
Without evidence to show that officers being in school improves safety, all it appears to be doing is creating a prison like tone in a place that is supposed to feel safe, funneling our children into the criminal system, and in some cases brutalizing them.

According to Texas Appleseed, a group working to end to school-to-prison pipeline, officers based in schools write up to 300,000 misdemeanor tickets each year



Does this bother you as much as it does me?

It does indeed, and I think as lobbyists and campaign contributions keep influencing zero tolerance policies, Texas will remain the king of private prison profits. (Say that five times fast)
First time post here, if it is not in the correct format forgive me.

As of 2007, Texas holds the highest number of the nation’'s private prison beds and has the largest number of state prisoners in private facilities -- over 15,000.
It looks like the lobby might be pretty strong since this high school is in Arlington.
source- www.texasprisonbidness.org...



posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 07:53 PM
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originally posted by: smurfy

originally posted by: Iscool
Does it bother me???

Not so much...There are plenty of schools in my area and none of them have police patrolling the halls...What's wrong with THAT school??? My guess is that it's the parents and the liberal lawyers hoping to pick up an easy buck who do not allow the school to keep the kids under control...

Are you talking about corporal punishment lack of? If you are, that is a huge debate. You may be right specifically to this school, however that opens a can of worms about peoples behaviour and who they are, what they are. I tell you what, you won't like this video...just remember the words, "give me the big belt"


I've been clobbered with a far bigger belt that that, by a far bigger man...My best friend's dad, in fact...Turned out to be a pretty good deterrent...

Had to take my 13 year old son in front of a judge...Boy was unruly and really cocky...Got into some minor trouble...Went in front of an old country judge...

In front of my son the judge asked if I had a basement...I did...Then the judge ask if I was wearing a belt...I affirmed that I was...

The judge talking to me and my boy says I need to take my son to the basement and have a very long talk with the boy...The implication was not lost on me nor my son...All the while my son being told by whoever that I couldn't lay a hand on him or the police would arrest me...THAT experience in front of the just created a real attitude adjustment for him...

Unruly kids have no fear nor respect of anything...They need both....





posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 07:55 PM
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The emerging police state won't change unless it is forced. I wish otherwise, but it just doesn't happen. No one in power actually cares about the lower 90%.



posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 08:01 PM
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One day the wrong child will be manhandled.



posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 08:38 PM
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originally posted by: vonclod
One day the wrong child will be manhandled.


Yes, and what is really sad is that all children are not the wrong child to be mishandled.



posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 09:30 PM
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Are cops legally allowed to intervene when no laws are broken?

Sure there is a no cellphone policy at the school, but school policy is not law. If i implemented a no-shirt policy in my house, could i call the cops to arrest people at my house who are wearing shirts?

Cops are Law Enforcement Officers, if there is no law to enforce, they have no business being involved.
edit on 9/5/2014 by xDeadcowx because: typo



posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 09:46 PM
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Gee I wonder what school police, which should not even exist in any western school. GET POLICE OUT OF SCHOOLS ASAP! But I wonder what they don't want witnesses recording, hmmmm.......!!!!



posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 11:06 PM
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originally posted by: xDeadcowx
Are cops legally allowed to intervene when no laws are broken?

Sure there is a no cellphone policy at the school, but school policy is not law. If i implemented a no-shirt policy in my house, could i call the cops to arrest people at my house who are wearing shirts?

Cops are Law Enforcement Officers, if there is no law to enforce, they have no business being involved.



You sir... are correct. Also your avatar is pretty sweet!



posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 11:23 PM
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this is just completely surreal...next thing you know they will need tanks and armored vehicles,and military police to stop the protesting children (i meant dangerous terrorists)...this has got to stop...

this doesn't just bother me it makes me mad...the police need to disbanded and replaced with an effective crime prevention unit



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 12:35 AM
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a reply to: roadgravel
Yes of course, no child should be treated that way..Im refering to a parent that loses it.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 01:45 AM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: cavedweller88



According to Texas Appleseed, a group working to end to school-to-prison pipeline, officers based in schools write up to 300,000 misdemeanor tickets each year



Looks like all is going according to plan.

Get the "Names" on record for future reference.





I truly don't think that will matter - not anymore. Almost all authority figures are seen as the enemy, by everyone these days.

If society hasn't degenerated into a children of the corn style structure by the time this young girl grows up, the teachers and cops et al. will have been whipped, beaten and taught a good lesson.

If no good beating of these bastard idiots takes place, I'm afraid I'm going to have to advocate for the children of the corn thing, or maybe Carrousel.

It's almost out of the authorities hands. They're losing control of the newer generations who just won't take the sht anymore.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 02:04 AM
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originally posted by: Iamthatbish
It really does. Were you aware the no tolerance policy had to be revoked because it was negatively effecting minorities?

Another interesting fact is schools routinely have children under the age of 18 sign documents they hold them leegally accountable to.

Why are schools getting away with doing illegal things? The purpose of school resource officers is officially to help PR between the public and LEO. Its a failure.


Why are schools regularly getting away with doing illegal things? Good Q! The answer is to make it "the norm" to young people. Authorities can do whatever they please, whenever, wherever! Simple as that.

I have a very close relative who is a school teacher, and she thinks of herself as on top of the subject of peoples rights and whatnot. But, if any child at her school so much as sneezes, she acts as if it was a terrorist attack directed at her.

Teachers (especially highschool, from my own experience and the ones I know are HS) are absolute EFFING idiots. Period. Like I said, I know her and her associates. They are horrible when it comes to these kids. The majority of them (and I do mean majority) are pretty much mentally deficient. They act like they are Hitler and their classrooms are Berlin.

Not exaggerating either. This crap bothers the hell out of me. I have said I would never send a child of mine to their schools after the stories they've told me about how these teachers act. They think they are the absolute truth and not to be questioned. That's what they are teaching YOUR children.

More than any subject taught, they are being programmed to not question their authorities at all. I've had them tell me stories of kids being scared, basically begging for forgiveness of their mighty selves, and they act as if its a joke.

Trust me, ive set them straight several times. Doesn't matter. They are the power in those classrooms. It is absolute bull# the way they act.

I mean for gods sake, they have these RIDICULOUS anti-bullying campaigns and then the teachers seem to be among the biggest bullies at the school. It's absolutely disgusting.

Sorry for the rant, but this # hits close to home and I cant stand it. Our young people deserve better than to be treated this way by the adults they look up to. Anyone involved in this type of activity should be severely ashamed of themselves.

EDIT: In fact. Here's one of the most recent stories of their good deeds. Here's one of the #heads who never lived up to her expectations. What a frickin joke. (from the same school I previously spoke about)

These are the teachers now.




edit on 6-9-2014 by Bundy because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 03:25 AM
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a reply to: cavedweller88

If Police started operating in my daughters school, they would be pulled out as soon as I was notified.. Screw that, School is not cruising the beat looking for criminals.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 03:36 AM
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originally posted by: DarknStormy
a reply to: cavedweller88

If Police started operating in my daughters school, they would be pulled out as soon as I was notified.. Screw that, School is not cruising the beat looking for criminals.




i live in a small town in the northern rivers of Australia and the police here (bless them) have taken to waiting out of the front of the local high schools with drug detection dogs no less....the need for revenue has gone out of control...this is the kind of garbage they have to do to justify their own means



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 03:52 AM
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a reply to: mcChoodles

Ah you are correct indeed sir!

The funniest part about all fear porn that is out there is that the dark side loses this battle. The tide is changing rapidly and it is these kind of events that are causing the acceleration.

As they say the revolution will not be televised, one reason being that it is a revolution of the mind. There is no stopping the shift that is occurring.

The dark cabal or whatever you wish to call them already know it is game over, we may experience some birthing pains as we enter into the new age, but this is necessary for our collective evolution!



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 03:57 AM
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School is becoming an 'interesting' testing ground for enforcing unquestioning obedience in the US and the UK.

However, I have very little pity for parents who complain about the treatment of their children in these institutions and a lot of sympathy for the youngsters.

Do the parents not understand that attending an institution for your 'education' is not compulsory?

It is very easy to home educate for most people who choose to take it up.

If a child and parent choose to go to such an institution however they are choosing to abide by the institutions 'rules' however twisted and ludicrous they might be.

WE all have a choice. We just don't all seem to be aware that we really have these choices. Perhaps not everyone is willing to take responsibility for their own education, their children's education and even health choices.

People expect these days that the state does everything for them. If you expect that, then you have no choice than to pay the 'price' that the state demands......unquestioning, unfaltering and unfading instant obedience.

You choose!



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 04:15 AM
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a reply to: cavedweller88

This is all part of the progressive PTB plan. They teach children to conform at a young age so when they grow into adults the only thing left is apathy and fear. Take a good hard look at the young people today and ask yourself how did this happen. Conforming is part of the plan. Tolerance and anti-bullying are also part of this brainwashing campaign.




High school football teams are having a hard time finding players to field a team. Many young people just stay at home and leach off the parents never really growing up. Young adults bounce around jobs monthly because they where never taught how to work or have pride in something. These are all symptoms of the greater disease that is the progressive mindset.
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posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 04:22 AM
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originally posted by: SubTruth
a reply to: cavedweller88

This is all part of the progressive PTB plan. They teach children to conform at a young age so when they grow into adults the only thing left is apathy and fear.


It's backfiring.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 04:58 AM
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In asia they have simpler methods of dealing with cell phones





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