Video: Student Body Slams Teacher Over Cell Phone – WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE?

  1. As the overblown story of the “innocent young girl” being “attacked” by policeman BRAIN EXPLODES Liberals all over America and storms the social networks and news, this story of a New Jersey high school student who attacked his teacher over in-class phone usage rules 9 MONTHS AGO seems to have been ignored as no-big-deal after the incident.
     Aggravated assault charges were filed against the black high school student who attacked his 62-year-old white teacher in a dispute over a cellphone.

    The incident occurred Tuesday at John F. Kennedy High School in Paterson, when the teacher allegedly confiscated a phone from a student.

    The phone’s owner, another youth identified only as a 16-year-old boy, soon tried to get the phone back.

    Authorities say the boy allegedly wrapped his arms around the teacher and knocked him into an empty desk, smacked his head against a file cabinet, then threw him to the ground in front of other students in an attempt to retrieve a cell phone that the teacher had taken away.

    The attack, which took place during a physics class at approximately 1 p.m. Tuesday, was filmed by another person in the classroom and uploaded to YouTube later that day.

    The 23-second-long video was up for a few days before it was taken down by YouTube Nazis.

    Another was put up under private links and still remains…

    “Police found the juvenile and arrested him,” said Rodriguez to The Paterson Press, noting that they boy was charged with third-degree aggravated assault.

    According to Paterson city school district spokesperson Terry Corallo, the boy is now suspended from school but will be receiving home instruction while awaiting a disciplinary hearing to determine “an appropriate, educational placement” for the rest of his school year.

    While many are indeed shocked and disgusted by the student’s behavior, some are also placing blame on teachers, parents, and modern school systems for failing to discipline students effectively.




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