Problems that children have should be dealt with by well-funded schools that have hired skilled and knowledgeable teachers and aides. They should not be dealt with by the police. Their failure to behave should not be treated as criminal behavior. We have a serious problem in this country. People who need to have power over others and overreact with these violent acts. She’s a child with a disability. This man has an issue. He should be got to jail for this. Hope her parents sue him. The minute you put police in a school, you have set up the framework for the law-breaker-must-be-handcuffed-and-arrested mindset. No matter if it’s a 6 or 11 years old. Why do the kids have open access to anything they can grab in the cafeteria, anyway? We don’t need cops in school. Let’s call a spade a spade. They are cops or were cops. They are not qualified to act as educators. Their presence is odd at best and threatening in most cases. I hate seeing them in my kids’ schools. YOU chose to blame the Beto 2020 A Clear Vision For A Better Future Shirt and only the victim in your OP, you obviously care more about that or you wouldn’t have lead with that. No child deserves this no matter what she did. Stop justifying disgustingly violent and racist behavior like this from cops.
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It should be so rare for a police officer to put their hands on a citizen that it is front-page news every time. Get rid of all the victimless “crimes” such as vice prohibitions, end police stops for routine traffic infractions, and completely re-train every single cop in the Beto 2020 A Clear Vision For A Better Future Shirt. How much longer are we gonna continue to give away our rights as citizens! This is a child, not a grown-up and she deserves as much respect as anyone else and for him to disrespect her like that and to brutalize her means that he does not respect himself or any other human being. I worked for Pepsi and was promised paid maternity leave with my last child. After I delivered my son I was told that I wouldn’t be getting that paid leave as only office workers were entitled to it. I was one of a handful of female sales staff across the country in 2005 and according to Pepsi the fact that I did a “man’s job” didn’t entitle me to paid maternity leave and yes that’s a quote. Do I get this right, the ACLU position is that you have to take a position for someone even if you don’t have one? Does she say she lost her job, did she in fact? Why is her personal decision the responsibility of her employer? This is bad for women. Good for big business.
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Anne mulligan I said nothing about it making her a bad employee. But as an example. When I ran construction crews. If she gets pregnant am I supposed to fire the one desk person to give her a job? Or pay her when she can’t do the job of lifting or swinging a hammer? Not fair to the rest. As to why I don’t trust the ACLU. Simple they are activists not a civil rights group. If they ever were they are not now while I do agree at times, too often their articles are supposed to be accepted at face value with no support. And often, when I do my due diligence, their story falls short. If they have a legitimate point why no supporting evidence. Lori cook. I read a lot of articles even most that provide support. And since they are lawyers it’s a curious lapse. A lapse that is almost universal. Why is this a civil right? And how do you know most do? How do we know she did not refuse them? I’m assuming you are being honest about this. Activist is not a dirty word. True. Of course, liberals tend to use it not for rights but as a weapon.