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'Attitude' gets 6th grader handcuffed

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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 10:09 AM
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Originally posted by SyphonX

Originally posted by smyleegrl

Originally posted by SyphonX
She didn't have time for it, and indeed she was right. Clearly the child is more perceptive and mature than some people are letting on. It's quite obvious she saw the Assistant Principal as the irrational, psychotic and delusional creature she is (probably due to her behavior, no doubt) and decided to walk away from it.

Step away from the darkness, child. Basic instincts.


The child's perception is set in stone when the psychotic meat-sac calls an armed law enforcement officer to handle a passive remark.
edit on 11-3-2012 by SyphonX because: (no reason given)


I keep asking the same question. Did you read the article???

Honestly, people. At least get your facts straight before you start calling folks names.


I'm not even sure if you meant to direct this at me? Yes, I did in fact read the article. Are you stuck behind your own ego that you think anyone who holds an opinion contrary to your own is somehow stupid or didn't read?


Nope, you are entitled to your opinion. I asked if you read the article simply because you got your facts wrong. No one called the police. The administrator took the child to the guidance counselor. It was sometime after this that the school resource officer stepped in and escorted the child away.

As for my ego, I'm not the one calling people psychotic meat sacks. Great debate technique!
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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 10:13 AM
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And your point is?

This is what is called "plausible deniability" and bureaucracy.

"I didn't do it, the system did it."

If you're talking about my usage of the term "law enforcement officer", then technically you could say my "facts are not straight". "School Resource Officer". My apologies for not differentiating between semantics in the wonderful world of bureaucracy.
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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 10:13 AM
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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 10:24 AM
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Originally posted by smyleegrl
As for my ego, I'm not the one calling people psychotic meat sacks. Great debate technique!


A child was put in handcuffs because she "turned around and walked away" from an administrator, and ultimately failed to be "put in it's place" following the incident.

Anyone that halls off a child in handcuffs to a "facility", or anyone that supports the idea or works for a system designed to do just that, is in fact a psychotic meat-sack. A festering, diseased, immature power-tripping cowardly meat-sack.
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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 04:54 PM
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Originally posted by SyphonX
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And your point is?

This is what is called "plausible deniability" and bureaucracy.

"I didn't do it, the system did it."

If you're talking about my usage of the term "law enforcement officer", then technically you could say my "facts are not straight". "School Resource Officer". My apologies for not differentiating between semantics in the wonderful world of bureaucracy.
edit on 12-3-2012 by SyphonX because: (no reason given)


You write as if the school had the child arrested. That is not what happened.

The administrator took her to the guidance office. The article then states that efforts failed. Obviously, the guidance counsellor was unable to reason with or calm down the student. It was at that point that the police officer, employed at the school, put the child in handcuffs.

Maybe this is what people fail to understand. A school resource officer is not employed by the school. So when the officer takes action, such as in this case, that is not the decision of the school.

I've seen this countless times. Students get in trouble for whatever reason, go to guidance office and escalates. Sometimes another adult will call for the officer (say a child becomes physically violent). Other times the officer just happens to be there. It is the officer's decision to cuff a student.

Why are officers so quick to cuff students? Lawsuits.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 04:58 PM
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Originally posted by SyphonX

Originally posted by smyleegrl
As for my ego, I'm not the one calling people psychotic meat sacks. Great debate technique!


A child was put in handcuffs because she "turned around and walked away" from an administrator, and ultimately failed to be "put in it's place" following the incident.

Anyone that halls off a child in handcuffs to a "facility", or anyone that supports the idea or works for a system designed to do just that, is in fact a psychotic meat-sack. A festering, diseased, immature power-tripping cowardly meat-sack.
edit on 12-3-2012 by SyphonX because: (no reason given)


Way to go with your adult rhetoric. Oh, wait. Maybe you're one of the parents who teach their children that the way to solve conflict is to call people names.

And folks wonder why the students have attitude problems.




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