thegarthok: namegoeshere: Mitchell ordered the student to move toward his next class, but the student "either refused to comply or was slow to do so," Principal Matin Abdel-Qawi wrote in a letter to parents.So the child with CP who is in a wheel chair was moving slowly?I for one am SHOCKED! Should've tazed the little shiat. How dare he be all handicapped like that!Skipped the part where the kid spit in the guard's face. In my opinion they should both face assault charges.
namegoeshere: Empty H: Someone made a comment that pushing and spitting were the same thing. They are not.Pushing is battery, too:BatteryA battery is an intentional physical contact with a person without his or her consent that results in bodily harm or is offensive to a reasonable sense of dignity. In a classic example, spitting on an individual doesn't physically injure them, but it nonetheless can constitute offensive contact sufficient for a battery. - See more at: http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-charges/assault-and-battery-over v iew.html#sthash.mMlk1zvO.dpufActually, it sounds like pushing and spitting are quite a bit alike.
Empty H: Russ1642: Grabbing the wheelchair and pushimg him is the equivalent of manhandling an able bodied person. This kid had every right to spit in the guard's face.Man handling someone is not the same as spitting in someone's face. Spitting on someone is the exchange of bodily fluids and is considered battery.
Russ1642: This kid had every right to spit in the guard's face.
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