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(Chaos Computer Club)   Parents take teachers hostage in school during what must have been the worst parent-teacher-day ever   (thelocal.fr) divider line 24
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2011-12-07 09:14:45 PM  
Why didn't I think of this? My kids 5th grade teacher was horrible...
 
bow
2011-12-08 02:14:49 AM  
I can't read half of this article.
 
2011-12-08 03:04:02 AM  
I know what you're thinking with it being a Catholic school, but if the teacher had done *that*, then the parents would have beat the teacher to death.
 
2011-12-08 03:10:03 AM  
FTFA:
The fifteen adults occupying the school and holding several people hostage said they want the teacher in charge of their nine-year-old children to be fired.

After their parents face the criminal/civil charges that should follow, I cannot imagine that the children of these fifteen people will come out ahead in any way here.

Anyone familiar with the french legal system able to chime in on likely penalties?

/Cost-benefits analysis, they don't has it.
 
2011-12-08 03:14:03 AM  

Doktr Gud Brayne: FTFA:
The fifteen adults occupying the school and holding several people hostage said they want the teacher in charge of their nine-year-old children to be fired.

After their parents face the criminal/civil charges that should follow, I cannot imagine that the children of these fifteen people will come out ahead in any way here.

Anyone familiar with the french legal system able to chime in on likely penalties?

/Cost-benefits analysis, they don't has it.


I don't think it is a real hostage situation, at least not like the ones we know. Maybe more like the chain themselves to exit type?

I just can't see 15 parents at 1 catholic school all being batshiat crazy insane enough to literally hold someone hostage.
 
2011-12-08 03:42:10 AM  
Americans never do this...
 
2011-12-08 04:18:40 AM  
I think that having parent-teacher's evening crashed by a bunch of vampires is still worse.
 
2011-12-08 05:34:59 AM  
Something Something teacher, students, something. . . something . . . hostage

French lawmakers move to outlaw prostitution

Was what caught my eye. Well, that and the picture of nice looking legs.


Yeah sorry for the teacher/student/parent/headmistress issue but there are greater priorities.
 
2011-12-08 05:36:23 AM  
Local education authorities have agreed to transfer the teacher to another school on Wednesday.

It's a Catholic school. What do you expect?

Silly parents.
 
2011-12-08 07:44:18 AM  
Police visited the school on Monday to assess the situation but did not intervene.

Huh. So is it a hostage situation or NOT?

/those crazy Gauls
//arrest women for wearing headscarves but don't intervene in a hostage situation.
 
2011-12-08 08:23:13 AM  
How would you like to be that teacher?

"Oh, come on....alright, alright, I'll come into work on time....geez!"
 
2011-12-08 08:27:55 AM  
Police visited the school on Monday to assess the situation but did not intervene.


U.S.: Swat teams fire tear gas into the school, tackle the parents. Drag them off to jail. Child services take kids away. Teacher they want fired stays at work.
 
2011-12-08 08:33:25 AM  
So ... the teacher is so shiatty that a group of parents are willing to risk serious jail-time to get their children away from him. The local education authority has agreed to transfer this shiatty teacher to another school where he can do the same thing to a fresh batch of children. Problem solved.
 
2011-12-08 08:43:24 AM  

Sensitiveborderarea: So ... the teacher is so shiatty that a group of parents are willing to risk serious jail-time to get their children away from him. The local education authority has agreed to transfer this shiatty teacher to another school where he can do the same thing to a fresh batch of children. Problem solved.


It's a Catholic tradition.
 
2011-12-08 08:48:58 AM  

bow: I can't read half of this article.


Maybe your parents should have taken your teacher hostage.
 
2011-12-08 09:09:18 AM  
i.imgur.com


/I realize it's not the same thing
 
2011-12-08 10:00:12 AM  
Okay, this whole occupy thing is just getting out of hand. Occupy French School (OFS) is just over the line, we need some police officers to pepper spray these bastards.
 
2011-12-08 10:18:56 AM  
It sounds more like the parents went to the school to confront the teacher and they wouldn't let the teacher leave until they acheived their goals. The teacher refused to listen to them and the result was a stand-off that dragged on and on. Sounds like stubborn people being stubborn.
 
2011-12-08 10:26:26 AM  

Doktr Gud Brayne: FTFA:
The fifteen adults occupying the school and holding several people hostage said they want the teacher in charge of their nine-year-old children to be fired.

After their parents face the criminal/civil charges that should follow, I cannot imagine that the children of these fifteen people will come out ahead in any way here.

Anyone familiar with the french legal system able to chime in on likely penalties?

/Cost-benefits analysis, they don't has it.


For the moment they haven't been arrested, at least not whenI left for work this morning.
Could get deep though, sequestration, or holding someone hostage acts of violence
committed as a group(anti-gang law). Think they said something about 33 years.
But with this non-violent type hostage tacking is kind of fashionable here at this time.
/can't understand why the hostages except it. days over I am going home and if you try and keep me from doing this it will lead to violence
 
2011-12-08 10:42:35 AM  
follow up: http://www.thelocal.fr/1974/20111208/
 
2011-12-08 10:47:39 AM  

Marcintosh: Something Something teacher, students, something. . . something . . . hostage

Was what caught my eye. Well, that and the picture of nice looking legs.




Did not see legs, but did see boobies in article written by French Ric Romero.
French Boobies (probably SFW, maybe. depends on where you work, if your boss peeks over you shoulder, etc.
 
2011-12-08 10:55:47 AM  
I wish I had a list of this teacher's transgressions.
 
2011-12-08 11:02:48 AM  
Apparently this is a common French negotiating tactic, but I get the impression that Aamelrons is right and it's not exactly a gun-to-the-head type of hostage taking.
 
2011-12-08 11:05:53 AM  
Well, with parents like these it MUST be the teacher's fault their kids aren't doing well. I mean, they are setting a SUPER example for their kids.

Wait, I know why they can push the French school officials around: they must be German.
 
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