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To: paudio

The principal seemed to be listing the possible consequences for such acts in response to reporters questions. He even seemed somewhat sympathetic to the kid, kids being kids and not always exercising the best judgement. I don’t think its fair to imply he was responsible for the kid’s suicide.


4 posted on 10/14/2013 8:49:22 AM PDT by skeeter
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To: skeeter

C’mon, this was stupidity on the part of the school.

The kid could have been charged as being a public nuisance.

“sex offender” is way, way overblown.


6 posted on 10/14/2013 8:56:11 AM PDT by sauropod (Fat Bottomed Girl: "What difference, at this point, does it make?")
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To: skeeter
The principal seemed to be listing the possible consequences for such acts in response to reporters questions....Sparkman High Principal Michael Campbell told WHNT a day before the suicide attempt that the teen could face major repercussions because of his actions..... 'There's the legal complications,' Campbell said. 'Public lewdness and court consequences outside of school with the legal system, as well as the school consequences that the school system has set up.'

The principal should have kept his mouth shut about it - both with respect to any school discipline (until settled) as well as "legal complications". The principal as well as any other administrators publicly commenting should be the ones facing "major repercussions". Grandstanding POS.
17 posted on 10/14/2013 9:19:59 AM PDT by caveat emptor (!)
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