Luka Rocca Magnotta case: Teacher showed video to class

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posted on Jun, 13 2012 @ 05:58 PM
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You are so right. The insanity is creeping from under every rock, the spiral into hell has begun...cannibalism, be-heading, murder torture, mothers, children, husbands no one is safe. The really sad part is the news loves it. They seem to love spilling the gory details of everything and this just feeds hells fire.




posted on Jun, 13 2012 @ 06:11 PM
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I don't agree... The school should be held accountable for the people they employ...



posted on Jun, 13 2012 @ 06:37 PM
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I was shocked enough by the original news announcement and chose not to go looking to view the film. However, for a teacher to usurp the role of the parent by allowing the child to make such a choice by voting on viewing what is depravity and more than a snuff film goes beyond reason and understanding. I seriously hope the teacher is charged. This was way more serious than a simple lapse of judgment.

BTW, the news said he was the full-time social studies teacher. I hope he never works in a classroom again.

*Oops, sorry 001ggg100, this post should have been in reply to the thread.*
edit on 13-6-2012 by aboutface because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 13 2012 @ 06:47 PM
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I don't agree... The school should be held accountable for the people they employ...
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Have another look at my words. I agree completely that schools and people need to be accountable, but suing a school is a poor way to do it. Increase background checks on teachers, improve training, and take more control over content taught. Fire the teacher and black-list them if they are incompetent to teach our kids. Fire the people most responsible for failing to ensure our children's emotional and physical safety. But suing the school? Tell me what that accomplishes other than giving money to defence lawyers that could be spent on our kids.



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 04:09 AM
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Update :
The majority of the student in the class voted in favor to watch the video

damn kids .. always insisting on the wrong things
thinking it would be cool seeing such violent video
i hope they regret it now

a big NO from my part would have clear the deal if they was insisting on that
and i was the teacher ... the teacher was to soft and made a mistake saying he had the video



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 04:16 AM
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These kids will go home and watch crap like SAW, their parents will let them, and they will sue this poor teacher for showing them the consequence of real violence. How terrible.



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 04:25 AM
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They should check if the teacher is 100% in the head. This reeks.

At least a sociopath, at most a psychopath.

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If there's one thing I've noticed that you all love doing on this forum, it's finding the most horrific, traumatising piece of depravity that you can, posting it, and then the rest of you gathering around to exclaim how awful it is.


Wow, is that your own personal, individual observation that you made all by yourself?



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 04:30 AM
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The majority of the student in the class voted in favor to watch the video


That's what I was wondering...

I guess the students who did not want to watch were allowed to leave then? They couldn't be forced to watch.

Sounds like a bunch of little psycho's in training, I haven't seen that vid, nor do I want to, nor can I think of a moment in my younger years that I'd want to see such a thing. Insanely disturbing, no matter which way you twist it. The teacher SHOULD be fired and not be allowed to TEACH ever again. That the class voted to watch it does not mean it's correct. If a class voted to watch porn, would that be okay? I mean, the majority voted for it! Bunch of backward nonsense, teachers should hold up morals not destroy them :S



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 06:50 AM
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I saw about 30 seconds worth of random outtakes from the 10 minute video... I've seen a lot of crap over the years on the Internet. The video instantly made it hands down to the top of my "Don't watch!" list. Words such as "horrific", "disgusting", "sick", "twisted" and "pure evil" are simply not good enough to describe the scenes. It's much worse than that.

The first 3 seconds alone should tell anyone that the video shouldn't be shown to kids. A naked man bound and gagged on a bed? Surely that alone would be rated R18 and by default disqualify any kid from seeing it...

Don't know what the teacher was thinking, but he definitely didn't have his pupils' best interest at heart...



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 07:07 AM
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These kids will go home and watch crap like SAW, their parents will let them, and they will sue this poor teacher for showing them the consequence of real violence. How terrible.

There ya go.

Was this film appropriate for a classroom? It's hard to say - and that debate is probably for another thread.

Should the parents been notified about the showing of the film in order to give or withhold permission? If only for the teacher's sake 'cause if you think kids at that age would have asked for 'permission' before watching the same video on their home computer you're wrong.

Of course it's horrific this poor boy died as he did. And for his parents? The horror knowing the atrocities performed on their sons body after his death? Yes, it's heartbreaking.

What else is horrific? Chalk the situation up as just another nail in the coffin of FREEDOM ON THE NET! That some idiot looking for attention is going to screw it up for the rest of us.

peace
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posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 09:25 AM
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Originally posted by Ben81
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Tell that to the 30 young kids and their parents

You have a strange sense of humor
and you are totaly off topic


Yeah, because unless we're continually covering depravity and doom porn, anything else at all is off topic. Forgive me for interrupting your voyeurism; I now return you to your scheduled wallowing in psycho-spiritual vomit.

That is the single main thing I'm fed up with, on this forum. It isn't the mere fact, alone, that so many of you people are as chronically sick as you are; it's the fact that you are so adamantly insistent and vehement in said psychopathology. You actually defend it. You become enraged towards anyone who questions your supposedly sancrosanct right to be dysfunctional and pathological.
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posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 10:24 AM
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First, I saw a little of the video, but I couldn't stomach to watch it entirely.
Its disgusting, repulsive and saddening.

Second : I heard about that teacher on the local news.
Some students were trying to defend the teacher by saying :"He (the teacher) didn't wanted to show us the video, but the whole class wanted to see it. The teacher said thew will proceed to vote, and if there is one, only one person who opposes it, it will not be shown."
Apparently the class voted and the teacher proceeded to show it to them. And I am not even sure if the vote was unanimous ( there was some nuance that not all students agreed).

Now this was not too bright, seriously its NOT a teachers job to show these type of things.
If kids want to see the video, (which I personally would NEVER recommend anyone to watch it) they should do it on their own terms, a school is NOT the place for these kind of things.
I hope the teacher will learn his lesson



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 11:59 AM
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IMO that does not vindicate the teacher even a bit. How does this even come up in a school classroom context? Then to let kids vote on it is pretty stupid. In this day in age, most of them probably have access to a computer unsupervised, that seem to be how most kids got it these days. They probably could have watched it at their own houses, if they wanted to that bad. They probably have HBO and can watch rated R movies, and late nights soft core porn as well. That doesn't mean it has any place in a school though.



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 12:24 PM
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This really should not even be debatable.
First of all, it is basically a "snuff" film.
Secondly, it was pornography.
Thirdly, it was necrophilia.
Fourth, its just disgusting.

It is illegal to show minors pornography, much less necrophilia, much less in a public school

Not only should the teacher be fired but also arrested. The DA needs to review this case.



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 03:01 PM
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Originally posted by Juggernog
This really should not even be debatable.
First of all, it is basically a "snuff" film.
Secondly, it was pornography.
Thirdly, it was necrophilia.
Fourth, its just disgusting.

It is illegal to show minors pornography, much less necrophilia, much less in a public school

Not only should the teacher be fired but also arrested. The DA needs to review this case.


The first and biggest mistake he did that caused the student vote
is when he told the student he had the video with him
of course the student curiosity went high at that moment
they probably though .. if their teacher saw it then they can to

Talking about the case in clase made a popular teach student discussion
trying to profile a criminal like this in the society of today
all class were probably captivated by the subject
and then the teach went to far declaring he had the video with him
he said that to show off a bit in front of his student



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 03:02 PM
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One question.

Did you see the film?

Valid question. And NO I'm not judging you. I'm only asking if you're replying to 'hearsay' or what you actually saw.

peace
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posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 03:08 PM
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Yes, I have seen it, as stated in my first post on page one.

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posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 03:08 PM
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The first and biggest mistake he did that caused the student vote
is when he told the student he had the video with him
of course the student curiosity went high at that moment
they probably though .. if their teacher saw it then they can to

Talking about the case in clase made a popular teach student discussion
trying to profile a criminal like this in the society of today
all class were probably captivated by the subject
and then the teach went to far declaring he had the video with him
he said that to show off a bit in front of his student


Would you be so kind as to post a link to where you're getting the information from your quote above?

Nowhere in the SOURCE link does it talk about the teacher giving the students a vote.
Nowhere does it state the teacher 'had the video with him' - sparking the students interest.

peace



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 03:13 PM
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Where can I see this video? l seem to have missed the link in this thread.



posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 03:18 PM
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Originally posted by groingrinder
Where can I see this video? l seem to have missed the link in this thread.


Because it isnt posted here, it has been posted in other threads (not by me btw) but quickly deleted by mods.





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