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  • Zimmerman Brother: Obama 'Bullied' My Family

    02/05/2013 6:53:17 PM PST · by sheikdetailfeather · 29 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 2/5/2013 | Ben Shapiro
    George Zimmerman was back in court today for a hearing on the start date for his trial on murder charges. Zimmerman, of course, was the Hispanic neighborhood watchman in Sanford, Florida, who trailed a young black man named Trayvon Martin after calling 911, got into an altercation with Martin in which Martin ended up pounding Zimmerman’s head into the pavement, and then ended up shooting Martin in the chest. The media used the Zimmerman case as an opportunity to bully Americans over their supposed racial intolerance. Even the President of the United States weighed in in the midst of an...
  • Wisconsin Business Bullied by Unions – Forced to Cancel Tea Party Rally Location

    08/07/2011 10:55:18 AM PDT · by Nachum · 44 replies
    Campaign Trail Report ^ | 8/7/11 | Eric Odom
    Tens of millions of dollars flowing into Wisconsin on behalf of the union hacks pushing recalls is only part of the assault on the will of the voters. There is also now a campaign of bully tactics underway and tea party organizers are being forced to quickly move rally locations. The Tea Party Express is hosting a plethora of tea party rallies across Wisconsin in an effort to push back against the unions driving the recalls. While on the road to Kenosha, WI, we learned the venue was no longer willing to host the Tea Party rally due to threats...
  • Oil Producers Bullied

    11/23/2010 2:52:48 PM PST · by Nachum · 7 replies
    front page mag. ^ | 11/23/10 | Tait Trussell
    Department of Interior officials seem to take sadistic pleasure in badgering oil companies. The latest example involves a new agency created to levy untold millions of dollars in fines if companies don’t kowtow to the new bureaucracy. The agency’s head gave the tasteless warning: “If they cut corners they could end up paying enough to quickly take care of the federal deficit.” The oil industry now pays $37 million a day in royalties. That’s over $13 billion a year for our near empty U.S. Treasury and other state and special accounts. The comment about collecting royalties enough to pay off...
  • Deaths of 4 bullied teenagers at Ohio school produce lawsuits and much soul-searching

    10/12/2010 3:43:30 PM PDT · by EBH · 34 replies
    StarTribune ^ | 10/11/10
    Now two families — including the Vidovics — are suing the school district, claiming their children were bullied to death and the school did nothing to stop it. The lawsuits come after a national spate of high-profile suicides by gay teens and others, and during a time of national soul-searching about what can be done to stop it. If there has been soul-searching among the bullies in Mentor — a pleasant beachfront community that was voted one of the "100 Best Places to Live" by CNN and Money magazine this year — Sladjana's family saw too little of it at...
  • The Complicated Tale of Phoebe Prince

    10/05/2010 10:31:07 AM PDT · by Niuhuru · 36 replies
    Newsweek ^ | October 04, 2010 | by Jessica Bennett
    It started with rumors, a love triangle, and a dirty look in a high-school bathroom. Soon jokes about an "Irish slut" cropped up on Facebook, and a girl’s face was scribbled out of a class photo hanging up at school. One day, in the cafeteria, another girl marched in, pointed at her, and shouted "stay away from other people’s men." A week later, as the girl walked home, a car full of students crept close. One kid hurled a crumpled soda can out the window, followed closely by shrieks of "whore!" If your children had behaved like this, how would...
  • Documents: Bullied teen sought help from school

    04/09/2010 9:23:42 AM PDT · by JoeProBono · 69 replies · 1,666+ views
    hosted ^ | Apr 9 | STEPHANIE REITZ
    NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (AP) -- Documents show the Massachusetts girl who committed suicide after what prosecutors call relentless bullying sought help from a school administrator a week before her death....
  • Schoolgirl, 13, found hanged amid claims she was bullied because she was pretty

    03/10/2010 7:46:39 AM PST · by Niuhuru · 145 replies · 4,101+ views
    Daily Mail ^ | 2:24 PM on 10th March 2010 | Daily Mail Reporter
    An investigation has been launched into the death of a 13-year-old schoolgirl amid claims she hanged herself after being bullied because she was pretty. Poppy Bracey was found in her bedroom last week after returning home from her Manchester school. The teenager was taken to hospital but later died. Council officials said today they are looking into allegations Poppy was being bullied in the run up to the death. Friends at 1,000-pupil Lowton High School, in Leigh, posted a series of messages on internet sites claiming Poppy was being picked on. One, at the specialist sports college where former pupils...
  • Abu Hamza Bullied In Prison, Says Wife

    07/28/2007 7:41:22 PM PDT · by blam · 33 replies · 831+ views
    The Telegraph (UK ^ | 7-29-2007 | Ben Leapman
    Abu Hamza bullied in prison, says wife Ben Leapman, Home Affairs Correspondent, Sunday Telegraph Last Updated: 12:43am BST 29/07/2007 The wife of Abu Hamza, the jailed Muslim cleric, has complained about her husband's treatment in a high-security London prison. Abu Hamza's left arm has undergone further amputation Hamza, 49, dubbed the "preacher of hate", is serving seven years for inciting the murder of non-Muslims. In a letter to a London-based Islamic organisation, Nagat Mostafa, 46, said her husband claimed to be the victim of racist bullying and Islamophobia in Belmarsh jail. Her letter to al-Maqreze Centre for Historical Studies was...
  • Grandmother: Accused Weston school shooter was bullied

    04/18/2007 8:51:11 AM PDT · by Ellesu · 24 replies · 860+ views
    gazetteextra.com ^ | 04/18/07 | AP
    BARABOO, Wis. - The teen accused of gunning down the Weston school principal last September told his grandmother afterward that "something snapped" in his head, she testified. Irene Hainstock took the stand Tuesday at a hearing on whether Eric Hainstock, who turned 16 last week, should be prosecuted in juvenile court instead of adult court, where he is charged with first-degree intentional homicide in the death of Principal John Klang. The charge carries a mandatory life prison term. If prosecuted as a juvenile, he could be incarcerated only until the age of 25, his lawyers have said. According to prosecutors,...
  • School Ordered to Pay $250,000 to Bullied Teen

    08/13/2005 10:21:51 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 29 replies · 934+ views
    Aug. 12, 2005 — A federal jury has ordered a Kansas school district to pay $250,000 to a former student tormented by school bullies. "That's five years of my life that I had to live — just depressed, angry, scared," said the boy, Dylan Theno, 18, of Tonganoxie, Kan. "I can never get that back." Theno won the award Thursday after his family sued the Tonganoxie School District, claiming Theno had suffered years of bullying, and that school officials didn't attempt to stop the harassment.
  • 6-foot-7-inch student bullied from campus (England)

    12/10/2004 10:02:47 AM PST · by Nachum · 57 replies · 2,186+ views
    WND ^ | Posted: December 10, 2004 | staff
    One glance at 15-year-old Matthew Ridley of Wiltshire, England, and you might think he'd be likely to intimidate fellow classmates. Ironically, the 6-foot-7-inch, 250-pound rugby player has had to withdraw from classes at the Kingsdown Secondary School due to incessant bullying from others. Ridley is now going public with his saga, saying the verbal and physical abuse went on for three years. "Older lads used to come up and push me and try to start fights with me," Ridley told the Press Association of Britain. "They used to do it to make out like they were hard and bigger and...
  • Bullied boy brain-damaged after suicide attempt; Deal is reached with family.

    02/08/2004 1:04:15 PM PST · by skeptoid · 42 replies · 258+ views
    Anchorage Daily News ^ | February 8, 2004 | KATIE PESZNECKER
    Bullied boy brain-damaged after suicide attempt SCHOOL DISTRICT: Deal is reached with family of gifted Central Middle School student. By KATIE PESZNECKER Anchorage Daily News (Published: February 8, 2004) The Anchorage School District has settled out of court with a family that said their 14-year-old son tried to kill himself and was left permanently brain-damaged because of relentless bullying that school staffers knew about but didn't stop. School District officials and the family's attorney have declined to disclose any details of the settlement, including the amount of money being paid. The lawyer, Dennis Maloney, said the case is so outrageous...
  • Pageant officials try to silence Miss America 2003's abstinence advocacy

    10/09/2002 5:38:50 AM PDT · by Stop Legal Plunder · 56 replies · 562+ views
    Washington Times ^ | October 9, 2002 | George Archibald
    Miss America 2003, Erika Harold, yesterday said pageant officials have ordered her not to talk publicly about sexual abstinence, a cause she has advocated to teenage girls in Illinois. Top Stories      "Quite frankly, and I'm not going to be specific, there are pressures from some sides to not promote [abstinence]," the 22-year-old woman from Urbana, Ill., told The Washington Times.      In her first visit to Washington since winning the crown Sept. 21, Miss Harold resisted efforts by Miss America officials to silence her pro-chastity opinions.       "I will not be bullied," Miss Harold said yesterday at the National Press Club,...