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Analysis posted Apr 04 2014, 5:03 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

High School Student Arrested For Telling Principal He's "Disappointed" In Him

Chris | InformationLiberation

In Lake Central High School in St. John, Indiana students staged a sit-in over the school's failure to acknowledge a student's suicide. Of note is the fact the principle responds to their protest by saying he's "in charge" and ordering everyone to get out their IDs, basically acting like a two-bit thug cop. After one student makes a snarky comment that he's "disappointed" in the principle, he then orders the student be arrested, to which the lackey cops present immediately oblige.

From the Sun-Times:
ST. JOHN — The principal of Lake Central High School is calling a sit-in students held over the suicide of one of its former students “a disruption” and “not the right way” to handle the situation.

Robin Tobias wrote in an email Wednesday night that was sent to parents that there’s “no easy solution when 200 kids decide to create a sit-in within the middle of the school in order to demonstrate a point of view, while making demands” and that he, too, was experiencing mixed emotions. The students had staged the sit-in over what they saw was the school’s lack of acknowledgement of the former student’s suicide last week.

Tobias said the students who participated in the sit-in could be perceived as promoting suicide as an option to solving one’s problems and recommended that students avail themselves of counseling services the school has set up for them. For that reason, the school adheres to a minimalist approach to addressing suicide publicly, Tobias wrote.

During the sit-in, one student was removed from the scene by police officers.

“There is a right and wrong way to solve a problem. A sit-in/open protest is not the right way,” Tobias said.

Tobias has not returned phone calls asking for comment Thursday.

A secretary answering the phone at the admonistration[sic] center Thursday afternoon said no administration officials were in the building to comment. She said she would absolutely not contact any of the officials on behalf of the press and ask them to respond to a request for comment.

A video taken of the protest and posted to the LiveLinks[sic] website shows a crowd of students gathered in an area on the first floor of the school’s new addition. A woman in the video is seen yelling at Tobias that the student was her son and that all they were asking for was a moment of silence over the intercom for him.

Tobias is heard telling the woman, “Ma’am, you’re not in charge here, I am.”

Tobias then tells the protesters to get out their student identification and told them he was “disappointed,” to which a protester replied, “We’re disappointed in you, too.”

Police officers are later shown dragging the student out of the area as the crowd cheered.

The student, Hunter Ernst, 18, of Schererville, was arrested for resisting arrest and possession of a knife on school property, St. John Police Chief Fred Frego said Thursday.
Considering he's legally an adult, those are serious charges for which he could potentially face jail time.
The students who participated in the sit-in were dismissed from the building, and their teachers were instructed to mark them as absent, Tobias said.

Tobias said it seemed there were more students interested in missing class and causing a disruption and that he was disappointed more students saw the sit-in as the right solution instead of talking with an adult about their feelings.
Why didn't Tobias talk to the student who said he was "disappointed in him" about his feelings rather than create a disruption by ordering him arrested? If that's how he feels, why not lead by example?

Fact is, as former New York State Teacher of the Year John Taylor Gatto has noted, our public schools mirror prisons and dissent is not tolerated.
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Posted: Apr 05 2014, 7:48 AM

75169 Public school is slavery. Who are these people who threaten parents with jail or abduction of their offspring if they do not surrender them to the state? Why are the parents not outraged with such an arrangement? Unless you are the very worst of parents, no-one is going to treat your children with as much love and concern as you. Anyone that would participate (i.e: teachers)
in such a morally rotten system as this, is most certainly an unfit surrogate caretaker for children. They serve themselves, and hold your children hostage, using them as props, for their brain-washing theater called public school.
My parents taught me to read, write, and do math. Schools taught me that institutions are corrupt and self-serving.

Posted: Apr 05 2014, 4:37 PM

75169 The disruptive student broke the: "Don't say "shit", even if you have a mouthful ordinance".

Posted: Apr 05 2014, 8:15 PM

6942 I am retired from education, thankfully. This principal is despicable having cops strong arm students in this manner. Every student should ask their parents to petition for this principal's immediate removal. The students in this case are simply exercising their right of assembly and exercising their freedom of speech.

Posted: Apr 05 2014, 8:48 PM

5055 Principal without principle! No longer are students allowed the freedom to grieve or have grievances. There was no riot or rebellion reported.
The moment of silence was much more important than the Stuffed Shirt in charge. Actually this is the one who should have organized this release of emotion for those who knew the one missing from their midst. These are future soldiers who already know the value of life
and were merely attempting to deal with a tragedy in their own way.
There is no easy way especially with textbook counselors.
When it comes the authoritarian's time, only his comrades will(maybe) remember him for ten seconds. So easy to replace one dipstick with another.
Instead of being the top bloomer, Authority has become a large weed in the flower garden. May the deceased student rest in peace
Officer Joe

Posted: Apr 05 2014, 11:13 PM

71175 We boys in the blue gang take care of our own. We run the show and ain't nothing you civilians can do about it. We got the black robe gang backin us up. We gonna beat your ass and our boys in the robe gonna jail up your ass.

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 12:14 AM

67213 "our public schools mirror prisons and dissent is not tolerated."

Mirror's them? The whole reason behind the concept of compulsory education was to churn out obedient, unthinking, unquestioning cogs for the State. This is a fact of history for anyone who cares to learn it - too bad they don't teach you THAT in the school history books.

*This message brought to you by an illiterate high school drop out*

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 12:17 AM

70210 hey 7115..i am in a militia and we are training for when the breakdown comes we are going to be picking you pigs off

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 12:22 AM

67213 @Officer Joe
I'm convinced you're law enforcement based on your excellent grammar and clear, careful thinking. Police academy standards have lowered considerably if you're any indication of the fact.
Officer Joe

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 1:31 AM

71175 Police academy standards are very high. I graduated high school and went in the military to serve my country. Now I’m back and a police officer. You’ll have a different attitude if I find you on the street where I don’t allow no disrespecting.

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 2:06 AM

17372 "dont allow no...dissin" ?? o tay then. we will diss away.

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 6:12 AM

72179 He must be a liberal that wants children to have access to sex changes too!

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 10:01 AM

173217 remember this principal's name: he is an arrogant authoritarian who will come for you and your family if given the power. that is his mindset.

to put him in charge is folly, to listen to him is foolish and to believe such an individual has anything to do with 'teaching' is ignorant in the extreme.

he has no business where he is. fire him.

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 10:34 AM


here are the people who rule the world.........

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 11:31 AM

64108 Yeah, so the proper way to address this issue would be to separate the students to individual counceling where they can be individually arrested without causing any attention to the "Think-as-I-Do" Nazi's running the institution. Maybe we should just zombitize the whole lot of them so they "Follow orders". Free will is a crime nowadays don't even think of it.

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 12:12 PM

67225 This is why we abandoned the public system and now home school. These mindless puppets are pawns of the NWO.

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 12:38 PM

7521 @Officer Joe
"I don’t allow no disrespecting."

LOL from Yahoo Answers:
Q: "Disrespect" is a word supposedly used only by the Mafia; is it good enough to make it into dictionaries?
A: The word "disrespect" may be used specifically by the Mafia in the USA but in English it is an ordinary word .....

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 12:46 PM

69140 The principal and the cops need to be raped.

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 3:56 PM

68103 Here's comment from the student newspaper at the high school:

"Students and parents: Mr. Tobias does, indeed, have a heart. He, along with the other five principals, eight guidance counselors and other administrators are not indifferent to the situation placed on Lake Central. Really, their hands were tied. Should they please students by breaking the rules and also, essentially, placing authority into student hands, or follow the rules in a reasonable way? It cannot be stressed more that Mr. Tobias may not be the perfect principal (no one is), but he has done an exceptional job of handling the situation. ...
Administrators: Recognize that students will grieve a loss, regardless of the person’s current enrollment status. Although you handled the situation well by keeping students safe and getting many back to class, perhaps compassionately explaining to students why their wishes could not be granted should have been considered. Maybe some rebellious teenagers would not understand, but 40 angry teenagers is probably easier to handle than 200."

I'll bet there are other, deeper, problems at the school - and the death served as a "flash point" for this demonstration.

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 3:59 PM

68103 The reporting in the school newspaper about the event:

Posted: Apr 06 2014, 5:42 PM

500 I think he's a joke, he should lose his job and be prevented from ever working in a school again, except maybe cleaning toilets. For all of his education he doesn't have a clue how to educate, this was a golden opportunity. I agree with previous posters in saying he acts like a thug, he should be arrested for being criminally inept as an educator, and barred from holding any kind of position of authority in any school ever again.
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