Friday, May 31, 2013

School Bullying

The Washington Post has a story of an egregious bullying incident involving a kindergarten student.
A kindergartner who brought a cowboy-style cap gun onto his Calvert County school bus was suspended for 10 days after showing a friend the orange-tipped toy, which he had tucked inside his backpack on his way to school, according to his family and a lawyer.

The child was questioned for more than two hours before his mother was called, she said, adding that he uncharacteristically wet his pants during the episode. The boy is 5 — “all bugs and frogs and cowboys,” his mother said.
 The family's attorney is trying to get the kid reinstated into school and his record expunged. I think that Child Protective Services should be investigating the teachers and/or administration officials that traumatized this kid, and a suit should be filed for violating the kid's civil rights to be protected from harm while in the custody of the state.

The school officials must feel real proud of themselves with terrorizing a little kid into wetting himself. Sickos.

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