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Teacher That Knocked 12 Year Old Unconscious Still Not Arrested

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posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 10:08 PM
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Hmmm. "Injury to a Child" sounds like a misdemeanor, though I can't be sure (without doing some research, which I'm not inclined to do right now). Probably won't lose his teaching credential over it.

Well. Whatever. I guess they go with what they can get a conviction on. It's something, at least....




posted on Nov, 16 2013 @ 03:42 AM
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This is what passes for journalism these days?

Let's take a 12 year old's word on what happened?

That article is complete garbage. Explains nothing.


Actually, if you read the entire article, another teacher was a primary witness and that teacher's story is why the alleged perpetrator was fired on the spot and escorted off school property.



Yeah I got that part.Because you know,I read the damn article. But,why didn't this station talk to that teacher? Or you know,show ANY proof this actually happened? They took another sue happy parent's word along with her brats.

I think what I was getting at went way over your head.
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posted on Nov, 17 2013 @ 05:49 PM
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I know this has nothing to do with this post, but I just saw a new video on the "knock-out game" that kids have been playing these days.

I think it'd really test me if I were a teacher (I'm not) and I heard a student telling someone that they'd played the game. It's one thing to be messing with friends and trying to knock each other out (which is still really, really stupid) .... and another thing to knock out a random, unsuspecting stranger - and much more dangerous.

I think it'd be hard not to "play" knock out with that student who admitted to this, were I his teacher. Only, I'd give him the benefit of knowing it was coming ... which is more than he'd give his victim.

Just saying.



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