posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 11:10 AM
Originally posted by lacrimaererum
I fully expect people to defend this action by the police. Thats how it is these days.
Its a very sad state of affairs when it has become acceptable to cuff, and place a 6-year old in a cell. This is not how you treat children.
Its a crime by the people that allow this behaviour to continue.
Its like something you would expect to see in some sc-fi film set in the future where children are arrested and prosecuted just like adults.
Its probably safe to assume this will eventually become the norm in the US. The general population seem too stupid to see what is happening in the
While I'm sure its easy to get outraged by the idea of child cuffed and held, ask yourself, how is that any different than being locked in your
There's a lot more to this story than is reported, and we have NO idea what the child was actually doing.
The idea the school felt the need to call the cops either shows they over-reacted, or that the child really was acting dangerously, for itself and the
kids around it.
I suspect the school called police because they didnt want to be sued by the parents for forcefully detaining an apparently violent child. I mean,
they could have easily smacked her and taped her to a chair, but then they'd be sued. So they called the cops. I can sympathize.
What would YOU do, armchair quarterback, if you had to deal with an unruly child in your classroom, while trying to manage another 30 or so kids? Just
talk soft and ask the child to sit??
My question is, what the hell is going on going the kids home to make it act out in such a way?
Some of you youngin's have such issues with authority that you just lash out at cops, teachers, anyone, cuz your parents never taught you respect or
edit on 17-4-2012 by stanguilles7 because: (no reason given)