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Posted on 08/31/2012 6:29:21 AM PDT by Morgana
FULL TITLE: Horrifying video shows teacher join class 'bullying' of 13-year-old by throwing him to the floor and ordeal has left young boy suicidal
A 13-year-old Washington School boy became suicidal according to his parents after his teacher allegedly bullied him and wrestled him to the floor.
The unnamed teen told his parents 'I want to die. I want to kill myself.' following the incident involving John Rosi the school wrestling coach at Gig Harbor's Kopachuk Middle School.
Caught on film by fellow students the alleged bullying by Rosi directly followed a 15-minute period where the boys fellow eighth-graders swung him from his arms and legs, wrote on his feet, stuck a traffic cone on his head, gagged him with his own sock and taunted him.
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I’m so glad I took my child out of the public schools.
Like this doesn’t happen in private schools?
That teacher should get prison time in a cell with Big Bubba who hasn’t been with a woman for 25 years.
“Cuzetto said the teacher displayed ‘inappropriate classroom management,’ but the district decided against firing the teacher because of his ‘body of work’ over an 18-year teaching career in the district.”
...words fail me. Except for one thing. He should be behind bars.
I note that this happened in Washington State, one of the bastions of liberalism.
I hope this kid’s parents sue this bassturd and the school system out of existence.
The money quote:
“Following viewings of the video, Rosi, a 14-year-veteran of the school was suspended for 10 days without pay, given training and then eventually moved to another school.”
A personal friend’s boy was sexually abused by a teacher that had been moved from school to school for this behavior and ended up at his school, ready to choose a new victim.
The teacher is not the problem. The officials that simply “moved him to another school” are the problem. They need to suffer dearly by losing all right to work within the public school system EVER again. Him too.
If that was MY kid.....coach would be gettin’ a serious ass whuppin’. Period.
Oh it probably does but in private schools they don’t have a teachers union to protect them.
Why, do you have an article about that?
This is why we have school shootings. Wow these people are the suicidal ones if you ask me
A couple of million in restitution should be enough to penetrate the cement heads that run this school.
As for the p**ck who thinks he’s teacher, well, I like the Big Bubba comment.
i had a feeling it was a wrestling coach...any chance it could have just been to toughen the kid up...i’ll watch the video and decide...
but back in high school i remember the my wrestling coach being militant at times to toughen us up...it never bothered me
Instead they won’t fire him because he has tenure.
Thank you to the teachers’ unions, which work so hard to make sure our kids are taught well and really learn.
I take what i said back...this happened in the classroom! i can understand if its practice but in class!
dude needs a month in jail at least
Gig Harbor is an upper middle class area. The schools are horrible. They don't teach the children well, my kid was always coming home with some kind of global warming project, they just replaced the idiotic math they were teaching the kids back to the basics, and bullying is common.
And notice the article appears in a foreign newspaper. WUWT?
He got 10 days suspension without pay. That’s pretty good for a public school system. No need to ruin a teachers life. But the student did have to get pulled out of school as he didn’t feel safe there.
You do realize schools are there to pay teachers...not to teach children, right?
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