Skip to comments.Chelmsford official: Criminal charges 'possible' in football hazing
Posted on 09/10/2013 11:21:39 AM PDT by massmike
An alleged hazing incident last month between members of the Chelmsford High football team in a New Hampshire summer camp involved only juveniles and could warrant criminal charges, an elected school official said today.
Its possible, said Chelmsford School Committee member Allen Thomas of possible criminal charges being brought against those allegedly involved. Thats in the hands of police from New Hampshire. ... They are all juveniles.
Thomas declined to elaborate on the nature of the allegations, saying, A lot of these things are open to interpretation. They are inappropriate.
News of the investigation of Chelmsford football members follows a brutal hazing complaint at a soccer camp sponsored by Somerville High School. The Berkshire District Attorneys Office said on Aug. 24, three Somerville High School juniors barged into a freshman cabin and raped a boy with a broomstick.
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonherald.com ...
If the allegations are true.. this isn’t hazing. The word “hazing” is sugar coating a violent sexual assault. It’s called rape.
A broom stick up the ying yang isn’t hazing. It’s rape. Hazing is having to sell a Roll of Toilet paper to a stranger in the Square. Or walking down Brookline Ave. towards Fenway
Park saying “Hey Tourquemada what do you say?” Until they found someone who knew the response. I made their night. I also made them do the big ending.
If I’m understanding this correctly, these are two separate, unrelated incidents.
"Auto de fe? What's an auto de fe?"
It's whatcha oughtn'ta do, but you do anyway!
Neither is it rape. It is “sodomy by device”.
But, now that sodomy is a-o-k with everyone, what’s a fella to do?
You are right... I re-read the article. One occurred earlier and the hazing incident seems undefined. Sheesh... mid-afternoon coffee for me!
The article was poorly formatted and punctuated, imho.
Tax dollars at work, all for the sake of the real purpose of public school... Sports and clubs!