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Schoolchildren were left in tears after their teacher was gunned down by a crazed hoodie in the playground - in a 'sick' role-playing stunt.
Terrified children - aged from 10 to 13 years old - watched as the supposed gunman strolled into the playground, took aim and shot the teacher, before running into the school's science lab.
Other staff in on the stunt rushed to the popular teacher's aid and appeared to give CPR in an attempt to save his life.
It was 10 minutes before the shocked pupils of Blackminster Middle School in Evesham, Worcestershire, were rounded up and taken into the school hall where teachers explained that the scenario had been mocked up as part of a forthcoming science lesson.
But pupils were left traumatised, with one having a panic attack and others being sick.
The 'shooting' happened on Tuesday after pupils were originally told there was a gun somewhere in the school.
Five minutes later, the alarm bell went and over 300 pupils were sent to the playground where three teachers could be seen running across the field before a loud sound, like gunfire, was heard and science and RE teacher Mr Kent fell to the ground and played dead.
Parents said their children were then sent back to their form rooms and called to the assembly hall ten minutes later, when the truth and a fit and healthy teacher was revealed.
However, the damage had already been done to a selection of pupils - and apparently included one girl whose father had been shot dead a few years ago.
Parents, with children at the school reacted angrily to the stunt and branded it 'inappropriate and beyond belief'.
Some said their children were still traumatised hours later.
Originally posted by Ridhya
reply to post by JIMC5499
The Nazis worked out that the easiest way to manipulate people by emotions, was by traumatisation.
The Nazis worked out, that the ideal time to traumatise someone, is in childhood.
The Nazis worked out, that seeing an event reminiscent of a childhood one, will trigger less anxiety as it is 'familiar'.
(consider the number of people with psychological disorders such as paraphilias and dissociatve identity disorder, who were sexually molested as children)