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#294977 by Badstrat
Mon Oct 14, 2019 4:29 pm
Girl, 12, handcuffed and charged with felony

‘Completely out of hand’: Girl, 12, handcuffed and charged with felony for pointing ‘finger gun’ in class (Video)
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news ... classmates


Pointing a finger gun lands 12-year-old Johnson County student in handcuffs
Read more here: https://www.kansascity.com/news/local/c ... rylink=cpy
https://www.kansascity.com/news/local/c ... 91762.html

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Today's Politically correct America

A 12 year old girl was arrested and put in handcuffs for pointing a finger-gun at students and then attempting suicide by pointing the finger gun at herself. The girl surrendered to S.W.A.T. peacefully upon their arrival. All involved let out a sigh of relief as she did not point the gun at police which could have ended in the girl being killed during an ensuing finger-gun battle. The girl was placed in handcuffs and led away by police. The school remained in lock-down for several hours as police teams searched the building for any accomplices.

It was discovered the suspect did not go through a background check to purchase the finger-gun and that it was obtained illegally. The girl was later charged with felony Terrorism, possession of an unregistered finger-gun, and bringing a finger gun to a finger-gun free zone.
When police interrogated the girl as to how she obtained the unregistered finger-gun she confessed that she obtained it from her mother.

S.W.A.T. immediately surrounded her mothers house and dragged the mother away in cuffs. The mother has been charged with giving a minor an unregistered finger-gun, aiding & abetting a minor in an act of terrorism, and not registering the finger-gun on the birth certificate. Both the girl and her mother have been released on bail.
#294985 by Badstrat
Tue Oct 15, 2019 9:47 pm
They changed the links. Here are new ones.

A 12-year-old girl was taken out of school in handcuffs
https://www.google.com/search?client=ub ... 8&oe=utf-8

Pointing a finger gun lands 12-year-old Johnson County student in handcuffs

Read more here: https://www.kansascity.com/news/local/c ... rylink=cpy
https://www.kansascity.com/news/local/c ... 91762.html
#294992 by GuitarMikeB
Wed Oct 16, 2019 1:17 pm
Intimidation and threatening were the actual charges. 'Bullying' the original issue that brought it to the school's attention.
Read the article - one kid asked the girl 'if she could kill 5 people, who would it be?' and she pointed her finger (as a gun), and aimed it at others.
That's what this world is coming to...
#294993 by Badstrat
Wed Oct 16, 2019 3:04 pm
GuitarMikeB wrote:Intimidation and threatening were the actual charges. 'Bullying' the original issue that brought it to the school's attention.
Read the article - one kid asked the girl 'if she could kill 5 people, who would it be?' and she pointed her finger (as a gun), and aimed it at others.
That's what this world is coming to...


It was the girls she pointed the deadly finger-gun at who were the bully's, and pointing a finger-gun is not threatening. So in no way did it imply that the girl was going to go out and obtain a real gun and kill the bully's. No threat was made or implied, only in a twisted liberal mind. Kids point finger-guns at each other as friendly gesture also. Or maybe you have never done that in fear of scaring someone. But here is another one that only a liberal can comprehend.

Suspended for having leggo toy carrying machine gun
https://www.silive.com/news/2010/02/big ... y_gun.html

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- A 9-year-old New Dorp boy earlier today learned there is no wiggle room in the Department of Education's "no toy gun" policy -- even if the toy gun is just two inches long.

Patrick Timoney, a fourth-grader at PS 52, South Beach, was nearly suspended after playing with LEGOs during his lunch period because one of the action figures was carrying at toy machine gun.

He and his friends had planned a playdate with their respective toys, and were sitting around the cafeteria table when the principal walked in and saw the action figure carrying the fake gun.

While the action figure was a standard LEGO policeman figure, the brand of the gun could not be determined.

"She took him into her office in the middle of the lunch period and he was crying," said the boy's mother, Laura Timoney. "He was afraid."

The principal called Ms. Timoney and said she considered the toy suspension-worthy, and that she was going to double-check with a security administrator from the city Department of Education.

According to Ms. Timoney, the administrator said the toy should be confiscated and returned to the parents at the end of the day, and that no other action was necessary.

"It's crazy," Ms. Timoney said. "He's missing class time, all for silly toys. The boys are just trying to relax. If there's a real threat, why not call the Police Department?"

She pointed out that another child had an action figure that was holding an ax, but that only Patrick was reprimanded.

"When are we going to take responsibility for common sense and logic?" Ms. Timoney said.

The DOE's discipline code says that all imitation weapons are prohibited, but, before considering suspension, it is up to a principal to decide whether a fake gun looks realistic, by evaluating the color, size, shape, appearance and weight.

A message left for Principal Evelyn Matroianni was not returned. However, Margie Feinberg, a spokeswoman for the DOE, said there is a no-tolerance policy when it comes to fake guns because they are considered harmful to the school community.

"Toy guns are not allowed in schools," she said, adding that a conference was held among the principal, the parents and the student about the topic.

"The issue was resolved," Ms. Feinberg said. "The child will not be bringing the toy gun into school."

decide whether a fake gun looks realistic, by evaluating the color, size, shape, appearance and weight.

A message left for Principal Evelyn Matroianni was not returned. However, Margie Feinberg, a spokeswoman for the DOE, said there is a no-tolerance policy when it comes to fake guns because they are considered harmful to the school community.

"Toy guns are not allowed in schools," she said, adding that a conference was held among the principal, the parents and the student about the topic.

"The issue was resolved," Ms. Feinberg said. "The child will not be bringing the toy gun into school."

Liberals with their radical insane ideas are the real threat to kids today, not their pointing finger-guns at each other.
#295006 by GuitarMikeB
Thu Oct 17, 2019 12:47 pm
Walk into a police station and point your 'finger gun' at the desk sergeant, Slacker, and let us know how that works for you! :lol:
#295008 by Badstrat
Thu Oct 17, 2019 2:52 pm
GuitarMikeB wrote:Walk into a police station and point your 'finger gun' at the desk sergeant, Slacker, and let us know how that works for you! :lol:



If they did anything it would only be because they are also brain washed by today's societal kooks. Do you suppose one would draw his gun and shoot me? Hmmm . Possibly in today's sick liberal politically correct brainwashed retarded society.
#295010 by Mordgeld
Thu Oct 17, 2019 4:15 pm
GuitarMikeB wrote:Walk into a police station and point your 'finger gun' at the desk sergeant, Slacker, and let us know how that works for you! :lol:


Now, we all know the police can't tell the difference between a finger or a cell phone and a gun so I wouldn't blame him for passing on that one.

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