student-calls-teacher-the-n-word-gets-bodyslam

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    http://thelibertarianrepublic.com/student-calls-teacher-the-n-word-gets-bodyslammed-video/






    play stupid games/win stupid prizes, hope the little punk learned his lesson
     
  2. iBlazed macrumors 68000

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    I doubt the judge will see it that way...
     
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    That teacher is an American hero. However, he will be attacked and vilified by the usual suspects.

    And that wasn't exactly a body-slam. More like a professional takedown.
     
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    You acknowledge that he committed a crime though, right?
     
  5. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    defending yourself is a crime? the young thug was pushing his way into the teacher.
     
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    When I was a kid, the teachers were beating us. Nobody would've dared to behave like that.
     
  7. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I am not a fan of teachers taking matters into their own hands, however this kid was the aggressor and all the guy did was move and shove the young punk out of the way, he could have really laid a smack down on the punk
     
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    I don't think bodyslamming a stupid little kid qualifies as self defense. He assaulted a minor. You may agree with his reasoning, but it doesn't change the fact that he committed a crime and will likely be charged for it.

    How nice... :rolleyes:
     
  9. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    that is no where near a body slam.
    try this
     
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    That's your wording, not mine. If you feel that way, change your thread title.

    Goodnight all, I'll pick this up tomorrow.
     
  11. shinji macrumors 65816

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    A bodyslam is when you pick somebody else up and throw them to the ground.

    If that's the whole video, then the kid definitely put his hands on the teacher first...but the teacher didn't react at that moment. The teacher only reacted after the student said something (according to him, an n-bomb). That would suggest he wasn't actually acting in self-defense at the moment he threw the kid to the ground. It's more like he was simply offended.

    Of course, there could be much more that happened before it, and we don't have audio.
     
  12. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    MY THREAD title is the title of the article, good night
     
  13. A.Goldberg macrumors 68000

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    I never jump to conclusions on any of these vague incidents caught on tape. Like a previous poster said, who knows what exactly happened prior to the video.

    Regardless, the teacher should have never put his hands on the kid. He's what? 6'5"+ and absolutely jacked. The kid is some pudgy middle schooler. The level of "self defense", seems unnecessary, even if the kid initiated the physical violence. There appears to be no need for a take down in my mind, then again I've never been in a physical altercation in my life. I'm not sure how laws like that work. I'd be curious to know what they're fighting about.

    The child on the other hand should not and be cannot going around calling people the n-word. Completely unacceptable. But he's also a kid, a kids say and do stupid things.

    Based on the limited information, both appear to be in the wrong. I do appreciate the teacher sticking up for himself, but physicality should not have been the solution.
     
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    The only thing hurt in that video was a bit of pride.
     
  15. sim667 macrumors 65816

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    I want to know what school it is.

    I went to school in phoenix for a day..... It was a great experience but not one I'd have liked every day.
     
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    I'm certainly not defending the little turd that dropped the n-bomb. But as an adult and ESPECIALLY as a teacher, laying your hands on a student in even a slightly aggressive manner is really stupid and incredibly inappropriate. If you have to resort to force to deal with a kid like that, you probably shouldn't be an educator.
     
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    Hard to know what to say about this. An adult should have more control than an 8th grader. Then again, do we really want to teach our kids that they can be disrespectful, rude and hurtful and nobody will react? As if in the adult world you can say that kind of nonsense without being hit... Perhaps this incident will teach the kid not to be an idiot.

    It is a bit unsettling to compare how I feel about this incident to how I feel about the recent the police violence, which I vehemently oppose. Not sure how to reconcile the two...
     
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    The teacher seems to be the one moving forward at the start.

    There isn't really enough here to form much of an opinion but grabbing a kid like that because of something they said doesn't look great.
     
  19. LIVEFRMNYC macrumors 603

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    If the kid didn't touch him, then the teacher is in the wrong.

    Not to excuse the kid for using the N word at the teacher, he should get punished for that.

    And yea I agree others, that was no bodyslam.
     
  20. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    General rule: teachers should not engage in physical violence to discipline or control kids unless they reasonably feel that their life, or the lives of others are in danger. (stand your school ground)

    In this case, that level of threat isn't evident.

    The teacher acted wrongly.
     
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    I can't see it any other way. Being called an offensive name can't be an excuse for assaulting people in our society. ESPECIALLY when it comes to minors.

    Mind you, the little punk had it coming, but the teacher needs to be punished and probably removed from his position.
     
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    What makes him a hero??
     
  23. Huntn macrumors G5

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    I think more has to be known. The kid was in physical contact with the teacher, but it was hard to tell who initiated the contact. As a rule, the teacher should not be manhandling his students, instead escorting them out of the class, with some physical contact allowed, say grasping the student by the arm (if necessary) to the principle's office for resolution.
     
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    Given that we don't have all the facts, how can you claim he is defending himself, specially if it's on the basis of name calling?
     
  25. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    He was "bowing up," pressing his chest against the teacher.

    No person in the world has ever been injured by someone standing close to them, touching them with their chest.

    Bad breath on the other hand ...
     

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