Any adult who takes a school matter into his or her own hands – like a mother who allegedly entered Withrow High School without permission Thursday and helped her daughter beat up another girl – will be held accountable, Cincinnati Police Chief James Craig said Monday. Police say the mother, her daughter and another woman burst into a classroom at the school on Madison Road about 2 p.m. Thursday. The mother and daughter, according to police, assaulted a 15-year-old girl, striking her with fists, feet and a combination lock. Teacher Kim Kilby suffered a black eye in the scuffle.
Comments: The family that fights together stays together, I guess..
I hope Obambi and the rebublicans start to take this serious and advance some serious Thug Control. We need common sense thug control. We need to alter the appearance of thugs so they don´t look so scary. We need to limit the number of thugs allowed to roam so their ability to beat up people is limited. We need to have background checks before on can legally become a thug. And of course there needs to be exceptions such as unions and election fraudsters.
It´s about time for this country to give up on "political correctness" and start calling a spade a spade. There are a few groups in this country that are causing essentially all of the stress, instability, confrontation, mayhem, injuries, and deaths and it´s about time to start identifying them with the most obvious and common marks; race, ethnicity, language, music, dress, grooming, and carriage. As long as we´re going to all waltz around the obvious, they´re going to take advantage of the vacuum created. It´s time for the party to end.
Iave to believe the other girl, target of crazy precious and her wing girl, just might have been a bully... Separate from that, however, is a ghetto subculture that causes participants to skip over the various stages of anger directly to violence. This case is an examplar of that.
Why did they get out on bail so easily? Do they get to bring guns next time? You would think the courts would start getting serious about this kind of violence. Letting them off this easy is only encouraging them to be more violent next time. And don´t think when or if they get to trial anything will happen.
There is no such thing as a lady anymore. Watch any reality show (never more than once)and all the women use terribly foul language and have to be hitting everyone else. They are all the same. Is it any wonder these young girls haven´t a clue as to how to behave? Majority of moms are either drunk or on drugs. Translated--gotta hit someone, it´s all these kids see. God, I hate people!
The intent to do bodily harm was there, the means to do it with (her fists) was there, and the victim, outnumbered, surprised and overwhelmed was there...now if momma had a tool...a hammer, a knife, or even bring along a gun that was hidden at home not hurting anyone, minding it´s own not existing business but forced to come along and function as designed...you pull the trigger and a firing pin goes forward and strikes a primer that causes a flash that ignites the powder in the case and the pressure caused by the ignition forces a bullet to exit the cartridge and go forth in a not planned direction striking the first object it meets...naturally it´s the guns fault that some teenager was hit...right??? Now who needs attention here the steel non thinking object/tool, or the living, breathing, seeing, feeling, thinking(?) adult with hate and revenge in her heart??? What law can be passed to keep that in check?
2. We should all be ashamed. I mean, we paid for the upbringing of said daughter. And probably of Precious. And probably Brunner. Oh -- and Cincy´s taxpayers are still on the hook for the salary of CPD´s Chief Craig, who clearly didn´t ask Santa for A Clue last Christmas.
Cincinnati - Where, a year ago, a 13 y.o. boy was doused with gasoline and set afire by two black teen thugs...for "being white."
Now we have "My Preciousss" and her thug accomplice entering a school to engage in a felony.
These people (Holder´s People) are bringing Zimbabwe and South Africa directly to our doorstep!
Poster #5 here channels Dr. Carson in calling on us to give up on Political Correctness and start talking honestly about things. I agree. We must start dealing with the cancer in our society honestly and forthrightly.
There is no need for a race war if we can address, as a nation, the rampant violence of a small subset of our society.
About 10 years ago, I knew of a disfunctional family like consisting of dad, mom, daughter and son. Dad had been in a trade union, then jumped the fence and started his own company. He still kept his union roots, beligerant as a cornered badger. Had several scrapes with the law and did some short time for assault on two occcasions. Mom was a randy gal, loved stiletto heels, short skirts and plunging neckline. They drove an SUV with a lift kit, and every time she got in the car the whole world became her gynecologist. Daughter escaped the family lunacy not, albeit her path of exit would offend a lot of folks.
Son bounced between two different high schools. He had athletic talent, but lacked discipline and self control; no bid surprise there. When he was a senior he picked a fight with a freshman, who had two older brothers. The freshman kicked his butt, and the son smoldered over that one. The son goaded his adversary into another confrontation, and took off with the freshman in pursuit with a friend. The son called home to momma and daddy on his cell phone claiming that he was being chased. Momma and dad rode to the rescue. Dad (convicted felon mind you) allegedly pulled a gun and allegedly shot at one perpetrator, while proceeding to beat the freshman (who was unarmed and was not resisting) unconscious. I say allegedly because a gun was never found although there was a bullet imbedded in the pavement.
Long story short (I know, too late!) it took 3 years for the case to go to trial. In that time certain cell phone pictures of Mom in flagrante were sent to dad´s phone. Finally one night dad realized that he was looking at serious prison time (third strike) and so he took the early bus off this relm. He alledgedly punched his ticket with a gun remarkably similar to that which was allegedly shot at the kids.
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