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Husky_Khan

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Huh yeah that Loudoun County thing does look legit:

Fox News said:
"We can confirm a May 28, 2021 case that involved a thorough 2-month-long investigation that was conducted to determine the facts of the case prior to arrest," the sheriff’s office told Fox News. "This case is still pending court proceedings. The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is not able to provide any documents that pertain to a pending case." The sheriff's office confirmed that the case involved sexual assault.
As well as the transfer of the trans sexual predator to another school and more sexual assaults potentially.

Fox News said:
Then on Oct. 6, the sheriff’s office said a 15-year-old boy was charged with sexual battery and abduction of a fellow student at Broad Run High School in Ashburn. In an Oct. 7 press release, the sheriff's office said the suspect forced a female victim into an empty classroom where he held her against her will and inappropriately touched her.

The outlet, citing a government official, reported that the boy accused in the Broad Run case had the same name as the student who allegedly assaulted Smith's daughter.

Lancaster, Smith's attorney, also told the outlet the suspect in the Oct. 6 incident was the same boy who allegedly attacked Smith’s daughter.
 

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Going to be honest, I'm honestly surprised I haven't heard of a murder coming from all this... guns are not exactly hard to get in the Old Dominion, we're still a shall issue, open carry state with very few actual restrictions on guns despite the Dems best efforts.

Because if this happened to one of my daughters...
Honestly, the restraint people have shown thus far is starting to become downright terrifying; because it can't last forever, and the longer it does, the more the inevitable backlash will become the stuff of nightmares.
 

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I am pretty sure if this hapoen in my county the school resource officer would have tackled the guy. As in the student.
The ones from my county are known to not be afraid to get physical woth students if they have to.

There would have also probably been school vigilant justice as well. Especially if the kid was transferred to ours from another.
 

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Frankly, the members of that school board should be brought up on charges themselves for being accessories after the fact for attempting to conceal the crime and transferring the student away where he committed yet another assault against someone.
Here's what I suspect happened:

- kid was expelled from the first school
- the 2nd school had to take the kid
- kid's probably been expelled from that school too

Most* public schools don't get to pick and choose the kids they educate, but they can expel the discipline problems.

* The exceptions are mainly schools for kids with special needs (deaf/blind/&c).
 

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Here's what I suspect happened:

- kid was expelled from the first school
- the 2nd school had to take the kid
- kid's probably been expelled from that school too

Most* public schools don't get to pick and choose the kids they educate, but they can expel the discipline problems.

* The exceptions are mainly schools for kids with special needs (deaf/blind/&c).
CHarges should have been filed and it be known the person was committing sexual assault
 

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Here's what I suspect happened:

- kid was expelled from the first school
- the 2nd school had to take the kid
- kid's probably been expelled from that school too

Most* public schools don't get to pick and choose the kids they educate, but they can expel the discipline problems.

* The exceptions are mainly schools for kids with special needs (deaf/blind/&c).
Kid should have been in jail/juvenile detention, not a new school.
 

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CHarges should have been filed and it be known the person was committing sexual assault
Charges were filed against the kid. Juvenile cases typically aren't something you can just go look up if you've got a name. Especially if they're still pending.
 

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Charges were filed against the kid. Juvenile cases typically aren't something you can just go look up if you've got a name. Especially if they're still pending.
While this is fair, someone up on charges of rape, especially when you have substantial evidence (rape kit plus multiple first-hand witnesses), shouldn't be wandering freely in the same environment where they committed the crime.
 

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Soon, the german regime will start prosecuting the descendants of the "nazis" they weren't able to sentence because they were too slow.

Look at this fatso. She's grinning. She knows she will get away with assaulting a disabled teacher because said teacher is white. There will be a slap on the wrist for her, the teacher will leave school, and she will have clout and bragging right among her fellow blacks. This will continue until enough whites decide that enough is enough.
It seems unlikely that descendants of Nazis will be prosecuted under current laws, unless they committed crimes within modern statutes. The existing situation relies on a precedent that extends a principle from "committed crimes directly" to " indirect responsibility". The people being prosecuted are still contemporaneous. Your assertion is that western laws will be altered to argue that descendents bear the sins of the fathers in direct crimes.

This is highly inplausible. I think it would be more rational to suggest that a new target, or renewed focus might be those who have benefited from the proceeds of Nazi crimes, in terms of corporations who have continuity with their Nazi era versions, banks and other institutions. This would reflect some of the left wing attempts to extract reparations and justice from present day institutions and governments, and I expect it to be as ineffective as those for the most part.

As far as the kid assaulting her teacher goes. I doubt she will get away with anything. She is being charged with a federal crime with a custodial sentence with clear evidence that is indicting her and anyone collaberating. This is less about some sort of racial issue, and more about how social media is exploiting the young, and corporations are hiding from, and being shielded from,their responsibility for pushing and influencing people.

That said, if you're willing to beat up someone obviously weaker than you in a classroom, and it really was just for "likes", you are probably an immature shithead to begin with, social media be damned.

He isn't dead and the justifications essentially set a precedent that is going to make it all worse.

Tldr: you were pedantic about it and failed to notice that I guess?

You imprison pedos for life or execute them. You don't make any excuses for them.
He didn't set a precedent. The precedent already existed with regards the rape statute. If you could not demonstrate the consent issue correctly, then the conviction for rape could not sustained. The mitigating factors in the remaining sentence don't relate to any precedent setting either, since they aren't going to be exactly the same in other cases.

It is difficult to care much for the ill-formed lecturing of someone who at best, provided an incompetent, inaccurate rendition of the situation in the first place as a bizarre segue from another topic, so you can attempt to save face that way if you like, it doesn't change the reality of your failing.

As I said before, you and I are most likely in agreement that this individual deserved a bullet, or life imprisonment, or at the very least deportation, but I think you have a problem understanding how a legal system works.

Taking into account mitigating factors is not "making excuses", its an established principle that cannot be abandoned on the basis of how much you detest a criminal. It is reasonable to argue that there should a way to create a more serious consequence for this filth of a human, but the Prosecutors failed to do so on the basis of a technicality. Judges exist to interpret things within the scope of a legal system, and should do so without attempting to create new laws, and without emotion.

This is an outcome that must be kept enshrined despite the pressure of politics or popular opinion.
 

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I think it would be more rational to suggest that a new target, or renewed focus might be those who have benefited from the proceeds of Nazi crimes, in terms of corporations who have continuity with their Nazi era versions, banks and other institutions. This would reflect some of the left wing attempts to extract reparations and justice from present day institutions and governments, and I expect it to be as ineffective as those for the most part.
I hope they try that. Either the Left get beaten so hard, they are forced to pay compensation money for emotional distress caused to the corpos, or the fat cats are forced to hand over the money they squeezed out of honest people.
 

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The Art Institute of Chicago fires all 122 of its (unpaid and volunteer) docents because they aren’t sufficiently “diverse”

The Art Institute of Chicago (AIC), one of the world’s finest art museums, harbors (or rather, harbored) 122 highly skilled docents, 82 active ones and 40 “school group greeters.” All are volunteers and are all unpaid. Their job is to act as guides to the Museum’s collection of 300,000 works, which they explain to both adults and schoolchildren. I’ve seen them in action at the Museum, and they’re terrific.

Despite the lack of remuneration—they do this to be helpful and because they love art—their training to be docents is extremely rigorous. First, they have to have two training sessions per week for eighteen months, and then “five years of continual research and writing to meet the criteria of 13 museum content areas” (quote from the docents’ letter to the Director of the AIC). On top of that, there’s monthly and biweekly training on new exhibits. Then there are the tours themselves, with a docent giving up to two one-hour tours per day for 18 weeks of the year and a minimum of 24 one-hour tours with adults/families. Their average length of service: 15 years.
Many of the volunteers—though not all—are older white women, who have the time and resources to devote so much free labor to the Museum. But the demographics of that group weren’t appealing to the AIC, and so, in late September, the AIC fired all of them, saying they’d be replaced by smaller number of hired volunteers workers who will be paid $25 an hour. That group will surely meet the envisioned diversity goals.
 

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It won't.

Docents are sorta the Sergeant Majors of the museum world: they know their shit, wouldn't be there if they didn't enjoy the job, and can teach you a thing or three.
I was making a joke about that they most likely wouldn't be
 

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