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Source: TIMES NEWS.NET
April 19, 2012
He lost his mind!
Don't take me wrong, but what would push a teacher this extreme???? What were the students doing???? There is two sides to every story....I am sure there is more to this story....Yes it was a dumb thing for a teacher to do...
Excuse me whilst I attempt to pick up my lower jaw from the floor and collect my thoughts after reading this article. This act of sheer idiocy is beyond any comment that I am able to imagine at this point in time. I too hope that the 5 years per count is run consecutively and not concurrent. Suffice it to say that it is "GAME OVER" to his teaching credentials and career. 30 years in jail would ensure this.
This is the kind of call that if you answered it and listened to what he did, you should just be able to smack him in the back of the head and say "What the F... is wrong with you!". Stupidity beyond belief!
what a total and complete idiot....BUMP Robo
"You can't fix stupid!"
ALL THIS IS IS A PUBLIC OUTCRY THAT HE IS A DUMBASS
The article mentions 'brandishing' which suggests the students were unaware the weapon was not loaded with bullets. I'm guessing this is a shop teacher who went over the brink in retaliating against students engaging in horseplay. Just a guess.
As such, this would be an act of extreme psychological cruelty. In the seconds he discharged his weapon, this teacher made his students believe they were to meet their death.
WTF was this guy thinking?
And the reasoning for this action was...?
What a F'n idiot!
With all the school shootings wtf is wrong with this guy?? I hope he goes away for a very long. 5 years per count. Good riddance azzhole.
His actions just defy explanation. His teaching career has come to a crashing hault.
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