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Duval School Board members to discuss [homosexual] teacher arrested on 6 sexual charges
Florida Times-Union ^ | July 30, 2012 | Khristopher J. Brooks, Topher Sanders

Posted on 08/01/2012 7:53:26 AM PDT by kevcol



After a 2009 state recommendation that Duval County schools remove a teacher from vulnerable students, he was reassigned to another elementary school.

Last week he was arrested on six sexual charges against a child.

One of the problems: neither the state nor the school district defined “vulnerable student population.”

And Monday, the state Department of Children and Families put the responsibility for defining the phrase squarely on the Duval County Public Schools.

Christopher Robert Bacca, Windy Hill Elementary School’s Teacher of the Year, was charged with three counts of sexual battery against a child under 12 and one count each of lewd and lascivious battery of a child under 16, lewd and lascivious molestation of a child under 12, and lewd and lascivious conduct of a child under 16.

In 2009, DCF found Bacca’s relationship with a student indicated “some harm to a child.” Bacca was in his second year as a teacher with the district and on an annual contract, which would have allowed the district to release Bacca without cause at the end of the 2008-09 school year.

Vicki Reynolds, the district’s director of human resource in 2009, said the evidence provided to the district in the Bacca case was not enough to fire him. It’s unclear whether the evidence was enough to release Bacca at the end of his second year. Reynolds did not return calls for follow-up questions.

Superintendent Ed Pratt-Dannals, who is on leave, hasn’t returned phone calls on the Bacca case since news broke last week.

Reynolds also said she didn’t know what DCF meant by “vulnerable student population.”

(Excerpt) Read more at m.jacksonville.com ...


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; US: Florida
KEYWORDS: academia; childabuse; childrape; gaypride; guilty; homosexualagenda; maleteacher; naughtyteacher; notguilty; perverts; publicschools; sexoffenders; teachers
From another article:
Police say one victim told police he showered with Bacca on several occasions while staying at his house. The victim says Bacca touched him inappropriately and performed oral sex on him on more than one occasion.

"Teacher of the Year"

"Homosexual Child Rapist"

1 posted on 08/01/2012 7:53:32 AM PDT by kevcol
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To: kevcol

When I told an acquaintance that the problem in the Church she said, “Oh no, I know several homosexual priests and they’re all fine men.”
Then I asked her to find me a reference to a priest molesting young girls. I’m still waiting.


2 posted on 08/01/2012 8:01:17 AM PDT by steve8714 (Romney will end up with someone even whiter and more boring than himself as VEEP.)
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To: kevcol
Elementary School Teacher?

Be Afraid! ...very afraid!

This is the exact predator the Boy Scouts of America wish to protect its members from.

3 posted on 08/01/2012 8:03:23 AM PDT by TexasCajun
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To: kevcol; wagglebee; little jeremiah

Get some rope and a millstone.


4 posted on 08/01/2012 8:04:32 AM PDT by MrEdd (Heck? Geewhiz Cripes, thats the place where people who don't believe in Gosh think they aint going.)
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To: kevcol

What’s to discuss? Which kindergarten to assign him to next?


5 posted on 08/01/2012 8:06:43 AM PDT by null and void (Day 1289 of our ObamaVacation from reality - Heroes aren't made Frank, they're cornered...)
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To: kevcol

Homosexual perverts used to lurk in public toilets.
Now they lurk in our public schools, as teachers.


6 posted on 08/01/2012 8:11:29 AM PDT by Travis McGee (www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com)
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To: kevcol
Vicki Reynolds, the district’s director of human resource in 2009, said the evidence provided to the district in the Bacca case was not enough to fire him.

Fire her.

Superintendent Ed Pratt-Dannals, who is on leave, hasn’t returned phone calls on the Bacca case since news broke last week.

Fire him.

Reynolds also said she didn't know what DCF meant by “vulnerable student population.”

Prosecute her for terminal stupidity and reckless endangerment.

Then find out what department he teaches - If he teaches Science, close that Department for two years.
If he teaches a certain grade, remove the schools credentials to teach that grade. - Hey it works fairly for Penn State, right?

Fair up.

7 posted on 08/01/2012 8:11:29 AM PDT by bill1952 (Choice is an illusion created between those with power - and those without)
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To: null and void
What’s to discuss?

Hanging? Gas Chamber? Firing Squad? Electric Chair? Guillotine? Headsman? Impalement?

Lots of things to discuss ...

8 posted on 08/01/2012 8:11:29 AM PDT by ArrogantBustard (Western Civilization is Aborting, Buggering, and Contracepting itself out of existence.)
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To: null and void

Perverts in America are now a protected species. The funny thing is. To be a species, the species must be able to reproduce. Nature did this for one simple reason. Nature does not like the perversion of homosexuality. Heck one cell organisms can reproduce.


9 posted on 08/01/2012 8:11:36 AM PDT by DMG2FUN
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To: steve8714

You bring up an interesting point.

In the case of Catholic priests, the majority of those cases were homosexual abuse of boys and young men.

Yet the media always spoke of that case as child abuse in general terms, without specifying who the victims were.

The same is true in the reporting of the homosexual rape committed by Sandusky at Penn State. There too, the media reported that as just child abuse.

It sure seems that the media does not want to report anything which would reflect badly on the homosexual community.

And it’s all part of their pushing homosexuality as some sort of “gay” lifestyle. The downsides of that lifestyle never get reported.


10 posted on 08/01/2012 8:11:59 AM PDT by Dilbert San Diego
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To: Travis McGee

Acually, they’ve been lurking in public schools going back 100 years or more.


11 posted on 08/01/2012 8:13:37 AM PDT by WashingtonSource
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To: steve8714

what?

this is about a school district, not the Catholic church


12 posted on 08/01/2012 8:14:48 AM PDT by silverleaf (Every human spent about half an hour as a single cell)
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To: kevcol

I’m guessing this is going to go badly for an administrator somewhere. It’s too close to the Sandusky deal.


13 posted on 08/01/2012 8:18:42 AM PDT by AppyPappy (If you really want to annoy someone, point out something obvious that they are trying hard to ignore)
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To: kevcol

So, apparently Anita Bryant was right.


14 posted on 08/01/2012 8:19:24 AM PDT by fwdude ( You cannot compromise with that which you must defeat.)
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To: kevcol

William “Willie” Sutton, notorious U.S. bank robber, stole an estimated $2 million during a forty-year criminal career.

Urban legend has it that when asked why he robbed banks he said “because that’s where the money is.”

Just like Willie, the perverts who prey on young children will focus on where they are...in the schools. Until the teachers’ unions prioritize the safety of the children over pay and benefits and, yes, protecting its members, the problem will not be addressed in any meaningful way.


15 posted on 08/01/2012 8:19:42 AM PDT by O6ret
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To: bill1952

How about $60 million in fines, loss of scholarships and forfeit of 5 years of test scores? And no penalty for district transfers

The kids all deserve to pay for the Duval County school district’s failure to protect kids

sarc

seriously what IS IT about the PC treatment of homosexual child rapists???????


16 posted on 08/01/2012 8:19:51 AM PDT by silverleaf (Every human spent about half an hour as a single cell)
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To: bill1952

How about $60 million in fines, loss of scholarships and forfeit of 5 years of test scores? And no penalty for district transfers

The kids all deserve to pay for the Duval County school district’s failure to protect kids

sarc

seriously what IS IT about the PC treatment of homosexual child rapists???????


17 posted on 08/01/2012 8:20:03 AM PDT by silverleaf (Every human spent about half an hour as a single cell)
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To: kevcol

No gay-pride day this year....


18 posted on 08/01/2012 8:21:41 AM PDT by B212
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To: ArrogantBustard
Hanging? Gas Chamber? Firing Squad? Electric Chair? Guillotine? Headsman? Impalement?

Lots of things to discuss ...

Hmmmmm. Impalement would be appropriate...

19 posted on 08/01/2012 8:22:45 AM PDT by null and void (Day 1289 of our ObamaVacation from reality - Heroes aren't made Frank, they're cornered...)
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To: silverleaf
this is about a school district, not the Catholic church

No. It's about homosexuality. The Church and the pubic, uh, public schools are secondary to the issue.

The predators go where the prey is.

20 posted on 08/01/2012 8:27:37 AM PDT by null and void (Day 1289 of our ObamaVacation from reality - Heroes aren't made Frank, they're cornered...)
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To: null and void

the gayest minister in my hometown was the Presbyterian and nowadays the Lutheran church has a lesbian minster who is living with her lesbian partner and chose to skip Christmas services to go on a gay cruise together

so assume that is what you mean by the “Church”

Now back to the thread topic which is the failure of a BIG district school administration to protect little kids from a predator


21 posted on 08/01/2012 8:35:05 AM PDT by silverleaf (Every human spent about half an hour as a single cell)
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To: silverleaf

Oddly enough you see more true pedophiles and porn addicted females in the public schools. I know the article is about schools but we eat so much crap about “pedophile priests” on this site that I had to make the comment.


22 posted on 08/01/2012 8:39:09 AM PDT by steve8714 (Romney will end up with someone even whiter and more boring than himself as VEEP.)
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To: silverleaf

The problem is bigger than my Duval School Board. It’s bigger than Penn State, bigger than the Boy Scouts, bigger than the Church or the churches.

It is systemic, and needs systemic treatment, not spot treatment only applied when it’s spotted.


23 posted on 08/01/2012 8:43:20 AM PDT by null and void (Day 1289 of our ObamaVacation from reality - Heroes aren't made Frank, they're cornered...)
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To: steve8714

The record of the Catholic Church in molestation cases is terrible. That said, the Church stands on its own as an organization. Teachers, on the other hand, fall within the “church” of the NEA, a direct adjunct of the Democrat Party, which has now established itself, as a result, as the largest, most organized and best funded pedophilia ring in the world. And it remains active, and the NEA has announced absolutely no plan at all to do something about it.

Meanwhile, even though the Church had to be dragged kicking and screaming into responsibility for its actions, the NEA continues full steam ahead. And since the DNC, or the NEA, has never condemned these actions, we can only assume that the teaching chicken hawks have their full blessing.

DNC is code speak for NAMBLA.


24 posted on 08/01/2012 8:52:34 AM PDT by DPMD
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To: kevcol

“One of the problems: neither the state nor the school district defined “vulnerable student population.” “

Idiots. All students and children are vulnerable to this animal.


25 posted on 08/01/2012 9:16:54 AM PDT by Vendome (Don't take life so seriously, you won't live through it anyway)
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To: MrEdd

Perfect. As Jesus said, that would be better for him than what is really in store for him.


26 posted on 08/01/2012 9:29:46 AM PDT by Lx (Do you like it, do you like it. Scott? I call it Mr. and Mrs. Tennerman chili.)
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To: steve8714

“Oddly enough you see more true pedophiles and porn addicted females in the public schools. I know the article is about schools but we eat so much crap about “pedophile priests” on this site that I had to make the comment.”

You are right about more pedophiles in public schools and the fact that many believe the liberal lie that there is more abuse of children in Catholic churches than anyplace. I have included a piece I grabbed from an article posted on FR a few months ago that describes how such a myth is kept alive.

From the article: Pedophilia is an unusually big problem in the Catholic Church
Not according to an official U.S. government-sponsored study. Reported LifeSiteNews.com last year:
According to Charol Shakeshaft, the researcher of a little-remembered 2004 study prepared for the U.S. Department of Education, “the physical sexual abuse of students in schools is likely more than 100 times the abuse by priests.”
[In fact] … “nearly 9.6 percent of students are targets of educator sexual misconduct sometime during their school career.”
So why does everyone focus on the church? Hillary Profita of CBS News provides some insight:
During the first half of 2002, the 61 largest newspapers in California ran nearly 2,000 stories about sexual abuse in Catholic institutions, mostly concerning past allegations. During the same period, those newspapers ran four stories about the federal government’s discovery of the much larger — and ongoing — abuse scandal in public schools.
People focus on where media place the spotlight — whether it belongs there or not.

The entire article can be found here.
http://thenewamerican.com/opinion/selwyn-duke/item/11454-and-that’s-the-way-it-isn’t-ten-liberal-myths-people-believe


27 posted on 08/01/2012 9:38:14 AM PDT by History Repeats (Drink plenty of TEA, but avoid the Koolaid.)
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To: History Repeats

Got a 404 code. Article not available. Is there another source cite?


28 posted on 08/01/2012 10:26:53 AM PDT by miele man
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29 posted on 08/01/2012 10:42:19 AM PDT by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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From the article: “Bacca, 26, was teacher of the year in 2008 at Long Branch Elementary and was awarded the same distinction last year at Windy Hill Elementary, as well as being named one of 26 Northeast Florida Teacher of the Year finalists profiled over a half year in a Times-Union series called “Teachable Moments.””

He was a very motivated teacher, no argument about that. However, what he was “teaching” seems to be the problem.

Seems Mr. Certified Educator Man had his own ‘curriculum’.

30 posted on 08/01/2012 11:06:20 AM PDT by GladesGuru (In a society predicated upon freedom, it is necessary to examine principles."...the public interest)
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To: miele man

Sorry about that. Looks like the site pulled the article. I can post the entire article but I don’t know if that will cause legal problems.

Since a search of the web brought up only one other link that I can’t reach due to my companies firewall I will post the entire article here. If it is wrong to do so the mods will pull it I suspect.

Monday, 21 May 2012 12:19
And That’s the Way It Isn’t: Ten Liberal Myths People Believe
Written by Selwyn Duke

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And That’s the Way It Isn’t: Ten Liberal Myths People Believe
When a big lie is repeated often enough and becomes “truth,” there can be serious consequences. For reality is like a jigsaw puzzle: If too many pieces (little pictures) are wrong, you’ll never be able to assemble them and see the big picture. The result is dislocation from reality. What follows are 10 big lies that have gained currency — and the actual truth behind them.

1. Pope Pius XII was a Nazi Collaborator
According to Rabbi David Dalin in his book The Myth of Hitler’s Pope, Pius saved at least 800,000 Jews from extermination at the hands of the Nazis. This is why, during and especially just after WWII, Pius was roundly praised by Jewish figures such as Golda Meir, Albert Einstein, and Moshe Sharett, just to name a few.
So what happened? Well, five years after Pius’ death, a play called The Deputy was made by leftist Rolf Hochhuth. It portrayed Pius as a self-serving man who was indifferent if not hostile to the Nazis’ Jewish victims, and the increasingly secular world ran with it. The Big Lie was repeated until it was “truth.”
But the back story here is even more interesting: The highest-ranking communist intelligence officer to ever defect to the West, Ion Mihai Pacepa, divulged that the attack on Pius — including The Deputy — was no accident. It was Soviet agitprop.

2. There are more whites than blacks on welfare
When responding to this, educated people often mention that only percentages matter, not raw numbers. But here’s the real surprise: The basic assertion itself is incorrect and has been since the 1990s welfare reform. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Family Assistance, in 2002 (the last year I found statistics for), 659,296 white families were on welfare versus 782,914 black families. This phenomenon held true even when norming for income: Poor whites were less likely to receive welfare than poor blacks.

3. Men are more likely to get involved in car accidents than women
Fellows do get into more accidents, but only because they drive considerably more — 60 to 65 percent more, actually. Per million miles driven, however, men are involved in markedly fewer accidents. This is true beginning at the age of 25; among those younger, the sexes’ accident rates are now similar.
To break it down further, the safest drivers are men between the ages of 40 and 60.

4. Pedophilia is an unusually big problem in the Catholic Church
Not according to an official U.S. government-sponsored study. Reported LifeSiteNews.com last year:
According to Charol Shakeshaft, the researcher of a little-remembered 2004 study prepared for the U.S. Department of Education, “the physical sexual abuse of students in schools is likely more than 100 times the abuse by priests.”
[In fact] … “nearly 9.6 percent of students are targets of educator sexual misconduct sometime during their school career.”
So why does everyone focus on the church? Hillary Profita of CBS News provides some insight:
During the first half of 2002, the 61 largest newspapers in California ran nearly 2,000 stories about sexual abuse in Catholic institutions, mostly concerning past allegations. During the same period, those newspapers ran four stories about the federal government’s discovery of the much larger — and ongoing — abuse scandal in public schools.
People focus on where media place the spotlight — whether it belongs there or not.

5. The Crusades were an expansionist West’s attempt to convert the Muslim world to Christianity
Medieval historian Dr. Thomas Madden debunks this myth in his essay “The Real History of the Crusades,” writing:
Christians in the eleventh century were not paranoid fanatics. Muslims really were gunning for them.... The Seljuk Turks [had] conquered Asia Minor (modern Turkey), which had been Christian since the time of St. Paul. The old Roman Empire, known to modern historians as the Byzantine Empire, was reduced to little more than Greece. In desperation, the emperor in Constantinople sent word to the Christians of western [sic] Europe asking them to aid their brothers and sisters in the East.

[The Crusades] were not the brainchild of an ambitious pope or rapacious knights but a response to more than four centuries of conquests in which Muslims had already captured two-thirds of the old Christian world. At some point, Christianity as a faith and a culture had to defend itself or be subsumed by Islam. The Crusades were that defense.
Read more about the Crusades here.

6. Women earn less than men because of discrimination
Simple sound bites such as “a woman only makes 77 cents to man’s dollar” may be rhetorically effective, but the truth lies in the statistics behind that statistic. For example, “full-time” women work fewer hours than “full-time” men do. Women enter less lucrative fields, such as the soft instead of the hard sciences. Relative to men, they’re more likely to decline promotions, place emphasis on flexibility and personal fulfillment, and take time off; and they’re less likely to be willing to travel, relocate, or take on dangerous jobs. Simply put, they’re more willing to sacrifice money for lifestyle. Journalist Carrie Lukas explains this all beautifully in her piece, “A Bargain At 77 Cents to a Dollar.”
By the way, in some cities, in many fields and very often when qualifications are equal, women earn more than men — largely because of affirmative action and quotas.

7. Thirteen children a day are killed with guns
Sometimes the number cited is 14, but neither figure is accurate. More significantly, most of those killed are actually teenage gang members, as this statistic includes individuals up to the age of 19.
So don’t offer your nanny skills for any of these “children” — you may end up remaking “Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead.”

8. Most wars are caused by religion
One minute of critical thought reveals this one as a falsehood. Pick most any conqueror imaginable — Adolf Hitler, Napoleon Bonaparte, Genghis Khan, Attila the Hun, Julius Caesar, Alexander the Great, etc. — and it becomes plain that, with few exceptions, wars were motivated by a desire for power, glory, and riches, not religion.

9. Liberals are more charitable than conservatives
In reality, “liberal” today isn’t synonymous with “liberality.” For example, Syracuse University professor Arthur C. Brooks conducted research showing that conservatives give 30 percent more to charity than liberals — despite earning 6 percent less. And thus do red-state residents donate more than wealthier blue-state ones.
But it goes beyond money. Studies also show that conservatives donate considerably more blood, are more likely to care for sick relatives and place others’ happiness ahead of their own, are less envious and less likely to place emphasis on money. Conservatives even hug their children more.

10. The world faces dangerous over-population.
In truth, fertility rates are below replacement levels (2.1 children per woman) in more than 100 countries worldwide; this includes nations you wouldn’t expect, such as Muslim lands Algeria, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Tunisia.
The problem is so severe in many places — in parts of Spain and Italy the fertility rate is less than one — that some nations are taking note and action. Russia, for example, pays women to have children. It isn’t working, though. The result? Man faces a graying world and the staggering consequences that can entail.

So there’s the list. Remember, imbibing misinformation makes choosing the right politicians and policies unlikely. A lie can’t become truth, but can become popular — and then popular will. And if formed on enough lies, popular will can kill.


31 posted on 08/01/2012 11:51:05 AM PDT by History Repeats (Drink plenty of TEA, but avoid the Koolaid.)
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To: DMG2FUN
The funny thing is. To be a species, the species must be able to reproduce.

The dirty little secret: Homosexuality is spread by recruitment. The "born that way" argument is just a smoke screen.

32 posted on 08/01/2012 12:38:23 PM PDT by jonno (Having an opinion is not the same as having the answer...)
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To: History Repeats

Thank you very much for posting this. Appreciate it.


33 posted on 08/01/2012 1:28:35 PM PDT by miele man
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To: kevcol
After a 2009 state recommendation that Duval County schools remove a teacher from vulnerable students, he was reassigned to another elementary school.
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Is musical homo lemons like musical chairs? ( Just wondering)

If this were a Catholic priest it would be national news for at least 10 days or more. Given that this pervert was teaching in the government schools....Crickets!

34 posted on 08/01/2012 7:17:02 PM PDT by wintertime (:-))
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To: History Repeats

>> The Crusades were that defense.

Islam is a war plan.


35 posted on 08/01/2012 7:23:32 PM PDT by Gene Eric (Demoralization is a weapon of the enemy. Don't get it, don't spread it!)
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