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(Daily Mail)   Not news: 5-year-old girl is sent home from school. News: With severe bruising and swelling on her face that she said was caused by other kindergarteners beating her up. Fark: The school denies it and won't investigate (with horrifying injury pics)   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 196
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2014-08-31 04:38:23 PM
I'm having a hard time believing the child's injuries came from a mere fall on the playground. If she had fallen from something high up there would have been injuries to other parts of her body besides her face. If she had stumbled/tripped and fell she wouldn't have two black eyes and the other facial injuries.

Also, when did schools allow children to play on the playground without adult supervision?

If the child's mother had sent her to school like that she'd would have been arrested and the child very likely would have been put in foster care. Yet in this case the police won't investigate because they don't think a crime has occurred.
 
2014-08-31 04:57:49 PM

Bathia_Mapes: I'm having a hard time believing the child's injuries came from a mere fall on the playground. If she had fallen from something high up there would have been injuries to other parts of her body besides her face. If she had stumbled/tripped and fell she wouldn't have two black eyes and the other facial injuries.

Also, when did schools allow children to play on the playground without adult supervision?

If the child's mother had sent her to school like that she'd would have been arrested and the child very likely would have been put in foster care. Yet in this case the police won't investigate because they don't think a crime has occurred.


Once upon a time, on a supervised playground, my classmates held me down at the bottom of the slide while kids slid down onto me.  They were aiming for maximum effect, and got it.  My school said since the teachers said they didn't see it, it didn't happen and I must have been injured after school, while at home alone, and why would any decent woman not be waiting for her kid when they got home, anyway?
 
2014-08-31 04:59:49 PM
How can the police seriously look at that girl's face and say there was no crime? At the very least, the school was incredibly negligent in allowing the attack to happen.
 
2014-08-31 05:17:40 PM
Maybe there wasn't a crime.. I doubt it, but I can't know.  That said, if a kid of mine (or niece or nephew) came home telling me she was assaulted, I'd believe her/him, and I'm pretty sure that's one of the few things that could put some genuine rage into me.
 
2014-08-31 05:17:44 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: y school said since the teachers said they didn't see it, it didn't happen and I must have been injured after school


Yep, something similar happened to me when I was a teenager...a whole group beat the shiat out of me, and the school refused to do anything about it.
 
2014-08-31 05:20:02 PM
Why would the daily mail not tell us the full facts other than to shamelessly troll for my favorite website bullshiat?
 
2014-08-31 05:20:30 PM

thisdaydreamer: How can the police seriously look at that girl's face and say there was no crime? At the very least, the school was incredibly negligent in allowing the attack to happen.


fell down .. over and over and over and over and over and over
sigh
 
2014-08-31 05:21:37 PM
oh very witty filter
 
2014-08-31 05:28:25 PM

Relatively Obscure: Maybe there wasn't a crime.. I doubt it, but I can't know.  That said, if a kid of mine (or niece or nephew) came home telling me she was assaulted, I'd believe her/him, and I'm pretty sure that's one of the few things that could put some genuine rage into me.


no shiat
this isnt even my kid and it puts the rage in me

lets pretend that we can figure out the "story" and forget about "crime" for a second ...
1) she says she got beat up ... probably true
2) school does nothing ... probably because they were farking off and didnt see it happen and are terrified that they are getting sued
3) police, as usual, nothing to see here, black kid, WORSE, half breed gets hurt, nothing new

so yah, the crime was negligence ... by the adults
Why the cops are doing nothing? 

1) they believe the teachers
2) fat poor white mom? why should we listen to her ??
 
2014-08-31 06:20:45 PM
Glass. Parking. Lot.
 
2014-08-31 06:21:29 PM

Bathia_Mapes: two black eyes


That was the part that had me calling bullshiat on the "fall" story.
 
2014-08-31 06:21:40 PM
How many cops' kids were probably the ones whaling on this poor girl?
 
2014-08-31 06:25:16 PM
I think the real crime here is a mother smiling while taking a selfie with her daughter's face all busted up.
And what does the father have to say about this?  Oh, right.
 
2014-08-31 06:25:51 PM
Yet if these little hellions had brought in 2 inch plastic GI Joe guns, there would have been expulsions all around.

I'm beginning to understand why home schooling is becoming so popular.
 
2014-08-31 06:26:57 PM

Ryker's Peninsula: I think the real crime here is a mother smiling while taking a selfie with her daughter's face all busted up.
And what does the father have to say about this?  Oh, right.


Thank you for sharing your fascinating thoughts.
 
2014-08-31 06:27:01 PM

Ryker's Peninsula: I think the real crime here is a mother smiling while taking a selfie with her daughter's face all busted up.
And what does the father have to say about this?  Oh, right.


hahaha
2/11
almost got me to answer ... the father part pushed it too far
 
2014-08-31 06:27:32 PM
Some mean little kid stomped that little girl. I understand why they ain't doing doodly squat (lawsuit $ because no adult supervision) but there is still some mean little kid out there that got away with stomping somebody. And more than likely will do it again.
 
2014-08-31 06:27:51 PM
Before you take the little girl's side, keep in mind she may have been making fun of a little boy's my little pony backpack.
 
2014-08-31 06:28:45 PM
Two years ago my then 12 year old grandson was set upon by four Hispanic kids at school and beaten so badly he had to be taken to the hospital with a ruptured testicle. When my daughter contacted the police they would not investigate because, surprise, the school denied that it happened on school grounds even though there were witnesses. Is this a growing trend?
 
2014-08-31 06:30:20 PM
Holy crap. I've fallen from some heights and injured myself but not like that, not like I fell from a four-story building and kissed the pavement. Hope the truth comes out, poor girl.
 
2014-08-31 06:32:13 PM
Over 25 years ago I was blatantly assaulted near entry doors at elementary school in full view of two unionized teachers, who 'saw nothing'.

Two years ago I watched (and listened on scanner) as that attacker was arrested for another domestic violence charge added to his rap sheet including fraud and personation with intent.

Two months ago the second to die of the two teachers who did nothing back then died. I spit on his grave. A witness came forward and asked what I was doing, and I said he had it coming, he could've prevented two tragedies but said nothing and did nothing. Witness then said 'ohh, yeah I'm surprised they didnt fire him'.

Sorry for rant but attacks on children that should've been appropriately dealt with by 'professionals' who utterly fail at ethics really sickens me. I hold the teachers absolutely accountable here.
 
2014-08-31 06:32:55 PM

Devil's Playground: Two years ago my then 12 year old grandson was set upon by four Hispanic kids at school and beaten so badly he had to be taken to the hospital with a ruptured testicle. When my daughter contacted the police they would not investigate because, surprise, the school denied that it happened on school grounds even though there were witnesses. Is this a growing trend?


I sense a civil action. Which is ridiculous, because nobody should have to sue a school in order to get justice. I'm increasingly hating modern America.
 
2014-08-31 06:33:35 PM

Devil's Playground: Two years ago my then 12 year old grandson was set upon by four Hispanic kids at school and beaten so badly he had to be taken to the hospital with a ruptured testicle. When my daughter contacted the police they would not investigate because, surprise, the school denied that it happened on school grounds even though there were witnesses. Is this a growing trend?


A growing trend?  No.  This has been happening for decades.
 
2014-08-31 06:35:54 PM

Devil's Playground: Two years ago my then 12 year old grandson was set upon by four Hispanic kids


That Hispanic part is really essential to your story I see.
 
2014-08-31 06:36:15 PM
Poor kid .
 
2014-08-31 06:37:45 PM
She should name and shame the kid that did this and parents of the kid on her facebook incident page..

Also she should definitely find a different school, a school without a psychopath there who tries to kill her child
 
2014-08-31 06:38:39 PM

jaytkay: Devil's Playground: Two years ago my then 12 year old grandson was set upon by four Hispanic kids

That Hispanic part is really essential to your story I see.


In my town Hispanic violence pretty much means gangs, so yeah, in this case it does.
 
2014-08-31 06:39:28 PM
Worst case of why are you hitting yourself I've ever seen.
 
2014-08-31 06:40:12 PM
In grade school I got face-stomped by a much older kid. Repeatedly. It happened in the playground as school was being let out. I complained to the Principal. He said I probably had it coming.

Did I mention the Principal was my dad?
 
2014-08-31 06:40:18 PM
She should be able to sue the school for negligence.  It's certainly warranted in this case.  Absolutely sick.
 
2014-08-31 06:40:26 PM

ChubbyTiger: Devil's Playground: Two years ago my then 12 year old grandson was set upon by four Hispanic kids at school and beaten so badly he had to be taken to the hospital with a ruptured testicle. When my daughter contacted the police they would not investigate because, surprise, the school denied that it happened on school grounds even though there were witnesses. Is this a growing trend?

I sense a civil action. Which is ridiculous, because nobody should have to sue a school in order to get justice. I'm increasingly hating modern America.


I urged my daughter to persue a civil action, but she was worried about emotional trauma to her son.
 
2014-08-31 06:41:14 PM
Look for the union label! No pensions were harmed during the incident
 
2014-08-31 06:41:38 PM
Who is the dad? Rocky Dennison?
 
2014-08-31 06:43:15 PM

Devil's Playground: Two years ago my then 12 year old grandson was set upon by four Hispanic kids at school and beaten so badly he had to be taken to the hospital with a ruptured testicle. When my daughter contacted the police they would not investigate because, surprise, the school denied that it happened on school grounds even though there were witnesses. Is this a growing trend?


In middle school, my nephew was assaulted by three other students.  The school tried to suspend my nephew along with the three thugs.  That didn't happen because all the witnesses (and there were several) said the same thing, my nephew never once hit any of the thugs.  He just tossed them around and flipped them until they gave up.  He hadn't even reached his black belt at that point, but he still knew his shiat.

After that incident, his parents (my sister and her husband) told him it's ok to hit back if assaulted and they would fully support him and would not have any issues with him being suspended.  That was never needed, though.  Word got out that my nephew beat the crap out of a whole gang (yes, the story got exaggerated the more it was told).
 
2014-08-31 06:43:24 PM
A whole lot from the "I'm prejudiced from experience, not my white trash upbringing" crowd in here.
 
2014-08-31 06:43:45 PM
Yay!  Blame UNION teachers!  Yay!

They're, apparently, less human.
 
2014-08-31 06:43:56 PM
In fairness to Dad, he was probably right. I was a mouthy shiat.

/He was a former marine
//Definitely the "man up, Nancy" kind of parent
 
2014-08-31 06:45:11 PM
CSB:

My 1.5 year old son was trying to use one of his large toys as a stepstool one day to try to get something off the fireplace mantel.  It tipped and he fell off...hitting his eye on the edge of the coffee table.  He needed stitches.

His one eye looked like only ONE side of that little girl's face.
 
2014-08-31 06:46:16 PM

ChubbyTiger: Which is ridiculous, because nobody should have to sue a school in order to get justice. I'm increasingly hating modern America.


School didnt curb stomp her kid. A psychopath kid did. I reckon the stompy kid and stompy's parents caused this.  Perhaps holding the persons who did the harm responsible rather than seeking the deepest pockets to sue would make America a more tolerable thing for you to endure.
 
2014-08-31 06:46:29 PM
Welcome to public school in the Deep South.

Private schools thrive, because the public school system is run by admins who honestly don't give a shiat about the kids, all they care about is covering their fat asses and keeping their jobs. Long-term teachers? Same thing. Want to crush a good new teacher's hopes and dreams? Put them in the public school system down here...they'll get out so goddamn fast it leaves a dust cloud like the Roadrunner getting away from Wile E. Coyote.

Middle-class parents with school-age children work 2, sometimes 3 jobs just to pay private school tuition. Others home school. I know if I had a child, there is no goddamn way in HELL I would let my kid spend even a day in a public school here, because everyone has to cater to the lowest common denominator, and from the top down, nobody gives a shiat.
 
2014-08-31 06:50:08 PM
They were just playing cops and brown people,    Kids will be kids.
 
2014-08-31 06:50:51 PM

thisdaydreamer: How can the police seriously look at that girl's face and say there was no crime?


I don't think they are saying that a beating did not occur. I'm thinking that there isn't a crime for it that could be charged to a 5 year old.

Fark lawyers:  Can a 5 year old be charged with a crime such as assault and/or battery?
 
2014-08-31 06:51:09 PM

mikaloyd: ChubbyTiger: Which is ridiculous, because nobody should have to sue a school in order to get justice. I'm increasingly hating modern America.

School didnt curb stomp her kid. A psychopath kid did. I reckon the stompy kid and stompy's parents caused this.  Perhaps holding the persons who did the harm responsible rather than seeking the deepest pockets to sue would make America a more tolerable thing for you to endure.


School has a responsibility to ensure students safety
 
2014-08-31 06:51:49 PM

mikaloyd: ChubbyTiger: Which is ridiculous, because nobody should have to sue a school in order to get justice. I'm increasingly hating modern America.

School didnt curb stomp her kid. A psychopath kid did. I reckon the stompy kid and stompy's parents caused this.  Perhaps holding the persons who did the harm responsible rather than seeking the deepest pockets to sue would make America a more tolerable thing for you to endure.


LAUGHTER OL!

10/10!!!
 
2014-08-31 06:52:53 PM
My younger daughter is developmentally delayed, and has been a magnet for the bullies pretty much each year of school. There has only been one time that one of the bullies has had to face any serious repercussions, and that was only a one-day in-school suspension. In that particular attack, that year's bully had forced her to lie down on the playground during recess so that he could shove dog shiat down her pants. After the incident, we started getting calls from the dean of students claiming our daughter was observed doing this bad thing, or that bad thing, behavior we had never seen in her before. We realized that the school was trying to cover its ass by making it look like our daughter was in fact the instigator of the incident, just in case we decided to sue the school district. Thankfully she had a IEP team who was willing to stand behind us and let administration know that she had never acted in the ways that they were trying to pin on her.
 
2014-08-31 06:53:14 PM

Tymast: They were just playing cops brown and brown slightly less brown people,    Kids will be kids.


FTFY
 
2014-08-31 06:53:27 PM
This is one town over from me. Pretty blue collar.

I can't quite figure out how 5 year olds can do that much damage to her.

The teachers need to be held responsible
 
2014-08-31 06:53:51 PM
I was picking my kid up at the grammar school one day. They have an after school program. I watched as a little girl fell off the swing and laid on her back motionless (she must have had the wind knocked out of her). Three fat assed aids were sitting at the picnic table and never got off their fat asses. I helped the little girl up and made sure she was okay. This is why I never trusted anyone else caring for my kids when they were young.
 
2014-08-31 06:56:17 PM
the school has a 'stand your playground' law, the other kids will get off
 
2014-08-31 06:56:23 PM

oh_please: Welcome to public school in the Deep South.

Private schools thrive, because the public school system is run by admins who honestly don't give a shiat about the kids, all they care about is covering their fat asses and keeping their jobs. Long-term teachers? Same thing. Want to crush a good new teacher's hopes and dreams? Put them in the public school system down here...they'll get out so goddamn fast it leaves a dust cloud like the Roadrunner getting away from Wile E. Coyote.

Middle-class parents with school-age children work 2, sometimes 3 jobs just to pay private school tuition. Others home school. I know if I had a child, there is no goddamn way in HELL I would let my kid spend even a day in a public school here, because everyone has to cater to the lowest common denominator, and from the top down, nobody gives a shiat.


public schools are for browns and poor people
why would anyone care?

sigh
brown v board of education did nothing other than remove the major part of school funding from the cities and moved it to the suburbs .... or private schools

amazing that we havent dont anything since BvB to fix this problem.
 
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