Public Schools In Action: Kindergartners Taken to Jail For "Field Trip," Placed Behind BarsChris | InformationLiberation
Apr. 19, 2012
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Kindergartners from Sunnyside Elementary taking part in an "educational field trip" were taken to a jail, and some of the children even had the fortune to be put behind bars!
The Chicago Sun Times reports:
At 6 years old, Stephen Stovall has seen the inside of jail.The police go on to explain they never placed the kindergartners in "jail cells," they just placed them in a "holding area" which "has bars," and the children must have mistakenly "interpreted" said holding area for a jail. A satisfying explanation for a government educated pleb, no doubt.
"It isn’t uncommon for elementary-age children to participate in local jail programs," the Sun Times notes.
No doubt, they do it every day.
[The appropriate image above is taken from a T-shirt sold by the Twin Rivers Police Officers Association who made the unfortunate "mistake" of letting the public know how they actually view them.]