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What would you guys do if you heard this!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Sniper X, Apr 17, 2008.

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  1. Sniper X

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    My GF is a Teachers aide at a local high school. She is in charge of ten to twenty "special needs" students each couple hours each day. She deals with kids with everything from ADD,ADHD, learning disabilities, and victems of abuse, and even Schizophrenia and other mental problems.

    She is of course working with almost solely Liberal idiots.

    The other day, a student came to her telling her another kid had a gun. The other student with this kid backed up the story saying she too had seen the gun, and a "hit list" the kid with the gun had shown them both.

    My GF flew into action going to security, and the principle, like she had been told to do. She alerted campus police, who are APD in a sense.

    About an hour later when she hadn't heard anything about the school being locked down or anything further she started to follow up. The principle first told her that the kid had been searched and all they had found was the hit list, and that she (my GF) had "overreacted!" to the situation, making everyone feel very "ill at ease for no reason"! WHAT!!!!


    The Dumb A$$ principle also told her that the kid was saying he never had a gun even though both the kids who reported it stuck to their guns.....no pun intended! Also, let me tell you this, neither of the two kids who saw the gun were special needs students, just regular high school students, they were even friends with the kid who had the gun.


    Now, the plot thickens! The Principle tried to have disciplinary action taken on My GF for what she called creating a tense work environment. turns out she had a vendetta against my GF for my GF turning her in a couple years ago for fraudulently using her purchase card for personal purchases which she got a slap on the wrist for.

    Anyway, the Principle would not release the hit list contents, even though the other on it were all teachers and working there. She also told everyone to pay no special attention to the kid who had the gun as that would be an invasion of his privacy.

    two days later he brought the gun back, was caught with it, and the principle only made the parents come and get the gun, and the kid.........for the day! She sent home a kid who showed up to HIGH SCHOOL with a GUN and a hit list a half day suspension!

    My question is should I report/relay this story to the local News special investigator whom I know? This stinks of a terrible accident waiting to happen., The principle even went so far as to tell the teacher who found the gun in the kids locker to Not report it to the campus police because she didn't want an incident!

    What is wrong with these people!!!
     
  2. Big45

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    weird story, and its 'principal'.
     
  3. Sniper X

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    I know, and I know, too bad spell check doesn't catch that kind of thing, grammar thing.
     
  4. Rachen

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    I don't date liberals.

    Never did and never will.

    And if I find out she is a fearmongering, gun-banning anti later on, I will leave her immediately, no explanation necessary.

    Yes, this is how I am.

    Sniper X, you should leave her to fend for herself and go find a true Southern girl from the heartland.
     
  5. csmkersh

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    Call

    • the cops
    • the TV news
    • look for another job
     
  6. Deer Hunter

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    Rachen,

    My girlfriend asked me once, knowing how I am with firearms, if I'd leave her if she didn't want to be around guns.

    My answer, "The guns were here before you, and they'll be here after you. They were my first love, remember."

    She's not anti at all, but likes to pick at me.
     
  7. Sniper X

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    Hey Rachen, read a little closer, my GF isn't a liberal, everybody else except one teacher there at her school is. She is like me, and even owns four guns of her own. OH yeah, and BTW she is a southern girl, we live in "near" a town of 254 people up in the mountains....on a ranch.
     
  8. Elza

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    I would do everything in my power to crucify the principal. Talk about a first class idiot. I’m sure she would be leading the charge to ‘ban all guns’ if anything happened in this school. Ignoring her own complicity, of course!
     
  9. woodybrighton

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    kid actually turned up with a gun :eek:
    time to get another job
    kid still has access to said weapon and has teachers on a hit list.
    hopefully the principal gets shot first as his thick head should be fairly bullet resistant:banghead:

    in other news child is gunned down by swat for going bang bang with his fingers:confused:
     
  10. Dope

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    Wow.

    I would definitely be all over the cops and/or the media.

    I would also be prepared to be losing my (her) job. It's probably not a bad idea anyway, as the kid knows that nothing will come of him bringing a gun to school. Extremely dangerous situation.

    Man, I can't even comprehend the lack of brains involved here. You know how in all the school shootings, after the fact everyone is always talking about how they saw the signs, but it was too late/they didn't think about it enough? How many more signs do you need beyond bringing a gun and a hit list to school?

    Dope
     
  11. Sniper X

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    The thing that hit me when she was relaying this to me other than the horror of the reaction from the Principal, was I'll bet in EVERY one of the school shootings, there is a backstroy like this that because of the liberal media we aren't hearing!
     
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    We're not hearing because...

    It's not common, that much stupidity cannot, willnot go unnoticed long. Darwin said it first, I paraphrase, stupid dies.Tell the papers, tell the school board, tell the parents and PTA. Don't let the stupid grow.
     
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    Thanks for the support in what I wanted to do! I am going to first send an email to my buddy who is one of the special story investigators for one of the top TV News stations here in Albuquerque. See if he wants the story, Then I will also call my freind from HS who is now a Capt. at APD, get his input.

    I also may "leak the story" to our only existing news paper and see if they want to run with it. I'd feel like crap if I did nothing and he snowed up again and completed his "mission".
     
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    I disagree. Have you seen our choices for President lately? It is quite apparent that stupid lives for quite a while - at least long enough to make it to voting age.

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    Sniper X, I'd make sure your girlfriend gets another job. The only people creating a tense (and unsafe) work environment are the principal and the kid. I'm not blaming the gun, obviously, but when a kid shows up to school with a hit list and TWICE with a gun, something is horribly wrong.

    +1 on calling the news and filing a police report.
     
  15. Fedaykin

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    I'm with what the others suggested. I'd assume I was going to need a new job soon and just generally raise as much hell as possible.
     
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    wether or not you succeede in raising any cane atleast you will know that you did what you could
     
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    Nothing will happen; the principal will use the kid's privacy as an excuse to clam up about *everything*, and to get all self-righteous in the process. Especially because the kid is "special". (Kid's privacy is a legitimate issue, but it only goes so far. The kid could remain anonymous; his identity is not really part of the story.)

    I'd also contact the school board, the PTA, and the Sheriff's office, for a start.
     
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    gun and a hit list twice? contact everybody! The Governor should know your face and name by evening! sometimes the dragon wins, but ya still gotta fight.
    robert
     
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    When children get suspended for pointing a chicken nugget thats shaped like a gun or their finger and saying pow it seems insane that a student can be found with a gun on their person and all that happens is the mommy or daddy pick them up from school and take them home is a crime. What about the rights of the other student or members of the faculty that may be on the list. Something must be done i would'nt want that child with mine in a classroom.
     
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    Don't forget that every liberal is evil! there are only conservatives and evil people! And there is no such thing as a gun-loving liberal!

    Don't forget that liberal is NOT a stereotype randomly applied to people that don't quite agree with you.

    I think that your girlfriend was unfairly treated, and that rachen is only continuing that trend.
     
  21. Sergeant Sabre

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    YES!
     
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    The kid needs to be reported even if foiled in his first attempt. He can always switch to alternative means of killing like bats and knives. The teachers at the school need to be made aware of the situation because they may need to pay particular attention when said student is around. Principal should be removed as he/she is clearly not mentating correctly either.
     
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    I used to live in Albuquerque. This sounds normal to me.

    Sad... but normal. Including the vendetta concerning the principal. APS is quite scary as an educational system.
     
  24. Henry Bowman

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    Folks, this has nothing to do with "liberals." This has nothing to do with zero tolerance policies run amok. This is a case of a crime. Not because of some "school safety zone" law or policy, but because a person (whether a minor or otherwise) showed up twice with evidence of an intent to do great bodily harm (if not murder) and the means with which to carry it out at the location of the apparent target(s).

    Your GF has to decide whether to take the matter over the head of her principal in the schoold district chain of command or whether to go straight to the police. Either will increase the risk of losing her job (though I see strong ground for a wrongful termination claim). That risk has to be compared to the risks of not doing so.
     
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    I believe that if she were fired she would have a great case against the school district.

    I'd do a full-court-press on this one. S"pecial Needs" students would not legally be able IMHO to purchase or posess a firearm anyway. And if his child/student gained posession of the firearm from the parents then maybe they should learn to lock up their firearms and keep them out of the reach of ANYONE.

    I know If my child were in that school I'd have a letter sent letting thwm know I wolud hold them personally responsible for any harm done to my child while in their care and on the campus.
     
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