Columbia, SC: South Carolina Probes Video Showing Officer Ben Fields Assaulting Black Student At ...

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    Some idiots -- and Rod Guynn is one such idiot -- just totally miss point.

    Of course the girl was at fault, but that in no way justifies the deputy's abusive battery of the student. In all the schools I attended as a youth (as an air force brat there were quite a few), none ever relied on police officers to do the educators' work.

    Rod Guynn: Student is instigator, not victim

    The student then proceeded to violate two cardinal rules (worthy of suspension from school and/or arrest), i.e. direct defiance of the teacher’s authority and direct defiance of the police officer’s authority. Mind you, this was done in the presence of ...


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    Rod Guynn: Student is instigator, not victim

    The student then proceeded to violate two cardinal rules (worthy of suspension from school and/or arrest), i.e. direct defiance of the teacher’s authority and direct defiance of the police officer’s authority. Mind you, this was done in the presence of ...


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    http://www.ocala.com/article/20151108/OPINION/151109816


    Rod Guynn: Student is instigator, not victim

    The student then proceeded to violate two cardinal rules (worthy of suspension from school and/or arrest), i.e. direct defiance of the teacher’s authority and direct defiance of the police officer’s authority. Mind you, this was done in the presence of ...


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    Police in schools: Keeping kids safe, or arresting them for no good reason?

    The violent arrest of a South Carolina high school student in class last month has triggered new scrutiny of the nation’s school resource officers, whose numbers have increased in recent decades alongside concerns about school safety and mass shootings. There are now more than 43,000 school resource officers and other sworn police officers, and an additional 39,000 security guards, working in the nation’s 84,000 public schools, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. They have been hired, often with the help of federal dollars, in a post-Columbine age in which many communities want to do everything possible to guard ...


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