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Georgia Sheriff and Staff Charged With Sexual Crimes For Body Searching Entire High School

This one happened a few months ago. A Worth County Georgia Sheriff and his Deputies showed up at a local High School and proceeded to body search the entire student body – supposedly fr drugs. All 900 of the School’s students were searched. No drugs were found. There was no Search Warrant, no “Probable Cause”…Just the Sheriff’s desire to “lay hands” on a few High School Students.

The Sheriff and two of his Deputies have now been criminally charged.

Preventing this type of shit is why Black Lives Matter was formed. Maybe if these right-wing fascist asshles shove their figers up enough white girl’s woman parts under the guise of the law, some of the racist types who lie about, and hate BLM will finally wake up. Bet you won’t see mention of this on Faux News.

First, the original story –

Next – the Law finally catches up with the law –

Ga. sheriff indicted for sexual battery in high school drug search

A south Georgia grand jury indicted Worth County Sheriff Jeff Hobby on Tuesday for sexual battery, false imprisonment and violation of oath of office after he ordered a school-wide search of hundreds of high school students. Deputies allegedly touched girls vaginas and breasts and groped boys in their groin area during the search at the Worth County High School April 14.

Two of Hobby’s deputies were also indicted Tuesday in connection with the case.

The controversial search drew national attention because of how the body search of students was conducted under the guise of a drug search, but produced no drugs or arrests.

The Worth County indictment accuses Hobby of one count of violating his oath of office and two counts of false imprisonment — all felonies charges. He was also indicted on one count of sexual battery, a misdemeanor.

Hobby’s attorney Norman Crowe Jr. said the sheriff was at the school, but did not search students. He said jurors at trial will get to hear the sheriff’s side of the story.

“The sheriff’s position is that he’s not guilty,” Crowe said. “He’s committed no crime.”

Deputy Tyler Turner was indicted on one felony count of violation of his oath of office and one misdemeanor count of sexual battery. Deputy Deidra Whiddon was indicted for one felony count of violation of her oath of office.

District Attorney Paul Bowden said warrants had not yet been issued for the arrest of the sheriff and his deputies, but he expected that as early as Thursday. He said he is preparing a letter to Gov. Nathan Deal to outline the charges against the sheriff. Deal has authority to suspend the sheriff as he did recently with DeKalb Sheriff Jeff Mann and Walton County Sheriff Joe Chapman.

 

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Picking on the Wrong Negro – Wake Forest High School

Seems the Chumph has encouraged racist activity in some places, including High Schools. Bigots are empowered to come out and spout their racist vitriol. More frequently, folks are getting fed up with it.

How a white kid’s taunt and a black student’s body slam made race their high school’s main subject

The racist bullying had gone on for months at Wake Forest High School, Yolanda Speed says, but the 31-second clip on Instagram made her son look like the aggressor in the hallway altercation.

Twice on Thursday, Micah Speed latched onto a white student’s bookbag and yanked him to the ground. That was wrong, Speed’s mother told The Washington Post — but so were the words the other teen said to provoke her son:

“You black piece of s—.”

The racially tinged incident — and the reaction from officials at the school in Wake Forest, N.C. — incensed students and others who have seen the slur- and profanity-filled video. Students launched a protest and a walkout after word spread that Micah — a 6-foot-2, 250-pound starter on the football team — had been suspended for 10 days.

Micah’s mother said that after the school heard racist statements were hurled at her son, his suspension was reduced from 10 days to five.

It remains unclear if the other student was punished, and if so, to what degree. A Wake County Public School System spokeswoman said she couldn’t discuss how officials are handling last week’s incident or others because of federal student privacy laws.

“This is a kid who has been picking on me for two months plus,” Micah told CBS affiliate WNCN, saying much of the antagonism happened in class in front of a teacher. “This is a kid that I have walked away from every single situation. And you’re going to say that I attacked him I got pushed over the edge when he said I’m going to kill you and your family?”

Yalonda Speed said the other student kept up a steady onslaught of racially tinged insults.

“He was telling him that it looks like he got dipped in coffee beans and took a shower in dirt,” Speed told The Post. “He told him you should name your kids ‘Crackhead’ and ‘Convict’ because that’s what they’re going to be.”

The other student involved in the incident could not be reached for comment.

Moments before the altercation, the other student had showed Micah a video of him firing a shotgun, Speed’s parents said. “Imagine that these are your mother and sister and you,” the teen said, according to Micah’s mother.

Micah has always been the biggest kid in class and has been teased since elementary school, his mom said. His parents said they taught him to turn the other cheek, especially as he grew big enough to be an offensive lineman on the school’s football team, with hopes of playing in college. He could hurt someone if he acted out in anger, they warned him, and his reaction would overshadow everything else.

“There was a girl that called him a monkey in class. They’ve joked about lynching,” his father, LeBrent Speed told The Post. “When you watch the video, you don’t see the kids reacting strongly. There’s a feeling that this is normal. This is a normal Thursday.

“They try to use the fact that Micah plays football. They know that’s something he’s aiming for, so he’ll hold his tongue.”

The Wake County Public School System didn’t make anyone available to discuss racial issues at the school, where 74 percent of students are white and 23 percent identify as black, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.

The school is just northeast of Raleigh, North Carolina’s capital city.

On Monday, after a student walkout and days of news coverage, principal Patti Hamler sent a recorded phone message to parents saying administrators were “continuing to investigate the situation.”

 

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White Students at Missouri Hold Up Trump Sign and Turn Their Backs to Black Basketball Players

Trump=racism…

 

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High School Graduation Rates in US at Record High

More kids are graduating High School in 4 years than ever before.

Nation’s high school graduation rate reaches new record high

The nation’s high school graduation rose again in the 2014-2015 school year, reaching a new record high as more than 83 percent of students earned a diploma on time, according to federal data released Monday.

The figures show gains among every group of students — including white, black, Asian, Hispanic and Native American, as well as low-income students, students with disabilities and those learning English as a second language. The broad improvement continues a trend that began with the 2010-2011 school year, when states first adopted a uniform method of reporting graduation rates.

Gaps between student groups continued to close but remained large: Nearly 88 percent of white students graduated on time, 10 percentage points higher than Hispanic students (78 percent), 13 percentage points higher than black students (75 percent), and 16 percentage points above Native American and Native Alaskan students (72 percent).

 

 
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Posted by on October 17, 2016 in BlackLivesMatter, The Post-Racial Life

 

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High School Suspends Student For “Smelling Like Drugs”

This one is pretty sick. A black teen was suspended from High School, because a teacher though her hand smelled of Marijuana. The School is supporting the suspension even though the girl tested clean on a Drug Test, and had no drugs in her possession!

High school suspends drug-free black teen for ‘drug possession’ — after sniffing her hand

A High school in Wake County, North Carolina has suspended a student for “drug possession”—even though she did not have any drugs on her and passed a drug test.

The reason given by Garner Magnet High School for suspending 15-year-old Jakaya Johnson was that a school resource officer smelled marijuana in the hallway and followed her into a classroom. An assistant principal then determined that her hand smelled like marijuana. How these two officials acquired their expertise in the scent is unclear. Johnson subsequently took a drug test which determined that she had no drugs whatsoever in her system

Johnson has been suspended and compelled to participate in a counseling program—to counsel her, presumably, for her lack of drug use.

While the school has stuck by its arbitrary decision, it has informed Johnson and her understandably furious mother that she can appeal the suspension through an incredibly complex process which places the burden of proof on her, even though she has already proved her innocence.

Like most other manifestations of bad drug policy, people of color are disproportionately affected by school suspensions and expulsions.

 
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Posted by on May 11, 2016 in BlackLivesMatter

 

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More of that Persecution and Ignorance By christians in Virginia

This is the Statement of Faith in Islam in Arabic, called the Shahada, and is the first of the “Five Pillars” of the Islamic Faith –

It says –

“There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.” In the Middle East you will find this statement at the entry to every Mosque, as well as displayed in the homes and businesses of the faithful.

It also is quite possibly the most recognized piece of Calligraphy in the world, even among those not of the Islamic faith.

So what happens when American christian bigots confront the world’s most known calligraphy? You betcha. For a religion supposedly founded on the blood of martyrs who were fed to the Lions and tortured but stood firm in their faith…These modern “christians” sure have some weak faith. So weak in fact, it is no faith at all.

“You may be 38 years old, as I happen to be. And one day, some great opportunity stands before you and calls you to stand up for some great principle, some great issue, some great cause. And you refuse to do it because you are afraid…. You refuse to do it because you want to live longer…. You’re afraid that you will lose your job, or you are afraid that you will be criticized or that you will lose your popularity, or you’re afraid that somebody will stab you, or shoot at you or bomb your house; so you refuse to take the stand.

Well, you may go on and live until you are 90, but you’re just as dead at 38 as you would be at 90. And the cessation of breathing in your life is but the belated announcement of an earlier death of the spirit.”
Martin Luther King Jr.

Virginia Schools Close After Uproar Over Arabic Calligraphy Lesson

“It is outrageous to believe she is trying to convert anyone to Islam.”

A Virginia school district closed all of its schools and offices after an outcry over a high school geography lesson that included an example of Arabic religious calligraphy.

The lesson, which was part of a world geography class at Riverheads High School, asked the students to copy the Arabic letters that translate to: “There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.”

The school said the lesson wasn’t to promote Islam but to study “the artistic complexity of the calligraphy,” superintendent Eric Bond said in a news release cited by the News Leader newspaper.

In addition, the Virginia Department of Education confirmed to the Daily Progress that the lesson met state geography standards, which require learning the language and religion of each region under study.

But some parents were outraged.

“I will not have my children sit under a woman who indoctrinates them with the Islam religion when I am a Christian, and I’m going to stand behind Christ,” Kimberly Herndon, an Augusta County parent, told CBS 6.

Herndon also organized a community meeting at a local church.

On Facebook, Herndon said the geography teacher, Cheryl LaPorte, should lose her job.

“She should be FIRED for that,” Herndon wrote. “She should be fired because she had them write an abomination to their faith and causes a little girl to cry herself to sleep because she was worried she had denounced her God.”

Some students said the lesson made them uncomfortable.

A lot of people got really upset and I refused to do the paper,” Laurel Truxell, a ninth grader, told NBC 29. “I just felt uncomfortable learning about it in a world geography class, you shouldn’t teach religion in school unless you’re in a religious class.”

A Facebook page set up to protest the school was quickly overwhelmed by posts in support of the teacher. It was eventually taken offline, according to the News Leader.

“I love this school, and Mrs. LaPorte is a wonderful teacher,” the paper quoted Kari Watson as saying. “It is outrageous to believe she is trying to convert anyone to Islam. Please, choose your media outlets wisely and be aware of what you’re spreading.”

“The thing is, she wasn’t forcing Islam on anyone,” Anna Arneson, a sophomore who took LaPorte’s class last year, told the Daily Progress. “As a Christian, I didn’t find it oppressing at all.”

Arneson said the class taught her to understand people of different cultures and faiths.

“I feel that’s a part of growing up is learning acceptance,” she said.

“I was hoping that we’ve come further along in our community to be more open-minded,” Riverheads alumni Grace Zimmerman told ABC station WHSV.

Despite support from students, the district has been receiving numerous complaint calls and emails, many of which were sent from people outside of the area.

The Augusta County Public Schools said the sheriff’s department recommended the closure of schools due to “concerns regarding the tone and content” of the communications, according to a statement from the school board posted online by NBC 29.

 
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Posted by on December 18, 2015 in Domestic terrorism

 

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Kid Arrested for Building a Clock

 

Most of us in the electronics business would recognize the above as a “project board”. You can buy these at the few still existing Radio Shacks or online and add electronic components to them to make a radio, a clock, or most anything you want confined to the capability of he device type…Including a Bomb timer.

What makes this a school project instead of a bomb, is the absence of something which goes “boom” like C4 or Semtex, which is pretty hard to come by by domestic or international terrorists inside the US…and virtually impossible to obtain as a High School kid. Which is a big part of the reason Timothy McVeigh used a fertilizer-oil (AMFO) bomb to blow up the Murrah Center, and the 9/11 terrorists…Used airplanes. The second reason this is a school project, is some of the little pieces on that green board are traceable to whomever purchased them.

Why someone should confuse the two things – a bomb and a kids electronic project, is an issue involving stereotypes and racism. Obviously this High School doesn’t offer any advanced college prep classes in Chemistry.

Muslim teen arrested after Texas teachers believe homemade clock is a bomb

A Dallas-area teen with a knack for tinkering built a homemade clock for his engineering teachers. Ahmed Mohamed never expected the reaction he’d receive for his invention. The 14-year-old Irving ISD student was arrested.

Despite repeated explanations that the device is a clock and no proof of explosives, police could charge Mohamed “with making a hoax bomb,” the Dallas Morning News reported.

The event has caught the attention of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and  ignited outrage on social media. A hashtag #IStandWithAhmed has began trending early Wednesday morning.

“I think this wouldn’t even be a question if his name wasn’t Ahmed Mohamed,” said Alia Salem, executive director of CAIR’s North Texas chapter, according to ABC affiliate WFAA. “He is an excited kid who is very bright and wants to share it with his teachers.”

A photo circulating on Twitter — of a slight student in a NASA T-shirt in handcuffs — appears to show the end of the incident that occurred Monday. The Dallas Morning News described Mohamed as a skilled engineer who can build “his own radios and repair his own go-kart.”

The freshman at MacArthur High School received a three day suspension. Police are investigating the case even though they acknowledge that the student had not made any references to a bomb. From the Morning News:

“We have no information that he claimed it was a bomb,” [Police spokesman James] McLellan said. “He kept maintaining it was a clock, but there was no broader explanation.”

Well, Ahmed, I have some sympathy for you borne out of personal experience. I built some rather powerful rockets back in my day, scrounging parts from junkyards and Edmund Scientific on my small allowance budget. Capable of launching well over 10,000 ft. Got arrested for trying to shoot down an airplane by a local rooter-tooter cop, because I launched my rocket 20 miles from an airport. Local reporter came to my defense and threatened a critical article…

Hope the Internet world hearing about your case has a positive result!

 

 

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