High School has changed a lot since Cedar's days at Charlotte's South Meck High School. Admittedly I lived in a safe violence, free bubble where the term SRO was as foreign to me as gang banger, hood rat, thug and Facebook.
In 2015 armed police officers patrol the hallways of every junior and senior high school in Mecklenburg county and telling a teacher or school adminstrator in a public school to kiss off has become common place. The continual discourse of disrespect directed at teachers and police offices is mind numbing.
So a video showing a school resource officer removing a student from a classroom comes as no surprise. Anyone who has sat in one of the lightweight chairdesk classroom standard chairs knows it doesn't take much to turn one over.
Nor is there a big surprise that this happened, resist arrest and this is the prize you win.
Tony Robinson Jr, the student who recorded the incident, said that the girl was being asked to leave the classroom for taking out her phone. She was asked by the teacher and by an administrator to leave the classroom, but she refused. Officer Fields was then called into the room, where he asked the students surrounding the girl to move their desks, then he closed the girl’s computer and moved it to another desk. Robinson said that while the girl refused to leave the classroom, she was “apologetic.”
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Oddly , libtard and race card flashing Don Lemon spoke out against a rush to judgment:
In a clip that was tweeted – then deleted – by Don Lemon CNN Tonight, Lemon said, “It does look disturbing — the part that is most disturbing to me is seeing her thrown around. As far as the desk going over, I don’t know if the desk fell over because she didn’t want to get up, or if he pushed over, I don’t know, so I think there’s context to everything, I would like to see what happens before and I would like to see what happened afterwards… [But] it does look horrible, it does look like there’s no excuse for what he’s doing for her, [but] we don’t know… It only shows a small slice in time of what happened.”
Obama apparent successor Hillary Clinton was quick to offer condemnation, as were the other usual suspects.