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NY teacher told jailed homicide suspect a student 'snitched on you,' recording reveals

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November 05, 2013

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    10 months ago

    In my opinion, the kind of misconduct dealt with by law enforcement should be acts that are unethical in any context......especially when students lives are in danger from taking the witness stand!

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    10 months ago


    Bump Ron! Sounds like somebody needs a child endangerment charge levied and an arrest made, ASAP!

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    10 months ago


    Teachers need to know that leaking of student information, more specifically juvenile information is not only mis-conduct but is illegal. Revealing the name of the alleged "snitch" to the now convicted murderer places that juvenile at risk for retaliation. There are allegedly three (3) teachers who have violated this right to privacy. How will they feel if one of the alleged "snitches" ends up in "ditches" as the saying goes? Teachers and all school administrators and employees are "MANDATED FIRST REPORTERS." This means that they are by law, mandated to inform law enforcement of crimes against children. IT DOES NOT MEAN that they should be reporting to a suspect and now convicted murderer who snitched them off. Almost makes me wonder a few things about the natrture of the relationship the teachers had with the suspect / convict. Something doesn't smell right there.

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