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Detroit Public Schools officials contend a school police officer who shoved, kicked, dragged and pepper sprayed a 15-year-old female student “followed proper procedures” for handling unruly students.
Cass Technical High School sophomore Destiny Heard was late to class in December and attempted to ride the school’s elevator without a valid elevator pass, and a teacher forced her to take the stairs to her sixth-floor classroom instead, Vice.com reports.
Heard did not immediately go to the stairwell and allegedly lingered by the elevator, so the teacher involved called a school security officer to ensure she didn’t attempt to ride without a proper pass. Heard allegedly refused to provide identification to the officer and took the stairs to the second floor, where she was met with another officer and Orlando Bogins, the dean of students, Heard told the news site.
originally posted by: syrinx high priest
its never about the infraction, its about respect for authority (insert cartman pic here) and how people treat each other
the escalation almost always comes from bad attitudes. I'm not excusing violence in any way shape or form, but just saying this wasn't over an expired pass
originally posted by: eNumbra
So... You vant to ride ze elevator hmm? You vill show me your papers!
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