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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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Anonymous

Posted: Apr 07 2014, 8:15 AM

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74242 Address: 8400 Wicker Ave, St John, IN 46373
District: Lake Central School Corp
Phone: (219) 365-8551
Anonymous

Posted: Apr 07 2014, 5:14 PM

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7630 SO FUCKING SICK OF THESE GOD DAM NAZI MOTHERFUCKERS
Anonymous

Posted: Apr 08 2014, 11:38 PM

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2415 It is becoming unfortunate how media is very biased and supporting children who need to learn better in how to solve problems.

Those in line with the attacks on the school are misinformed and continue to incite public hate on a school system that was protecting all of their students.

It has been said by several sources that the student who was asked to be removed, was misbehaving and being disrespectful, shouting out the f-bomb, and yelling after the Principal stepped in to calm down the crowd... Do you seriously think this student should have been able to incite the crowd even more so, possibly escalating the situation. He was not arrested for saying he “was disappointed”, there is much more to this then realized!

Second, of course we want our children to stand up for what they believe in, but they need to do so the right way, without breaking laws/rules and without being disrespectful! The sit in was staged during a lunch period, not one student before hand approached the school to discuss a better solution to help better grieve other than "announcing the students name over the PA" . It is inconceivable to think that the right way in teaching children is that they have special privileges, should be disrespectful, and should get what they want upon demand.

This admin did the rightful thing in protecting those students within the building at that moment when anything could have erupted at any second from a mob of angry and emotional students.
Anonymous

Posted: Apr 09 2014, 2:41 AM

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245 "It has been said by several sources that the student who was asked to be removed, was misbehaving and being disrespectful, shouting out the f-bomb, and yelling after the Principal stepped in"

Sorry, the video that shows otherwise.

The student was removed immediately after telling the principal "We're disappointed with you". He also clearly did not resist arrest, as charged.
Anonymous

Posted: Apr 11 2014, 12:29 AM

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67165 Seeing that the unfortunate events in PA happened shortly after this event... I would say that a student, agitated, within a group of many students who as holding not just one but several knives be taken out of the school and arrested due to his behavior is appropriate. Any weapons on school grounds should not be allowed. You are only seeing a very short clip of the entire situation that day. Remember that all of those involved are real human beings with families and making the principal out to be the monster is not the right direction to be venting anger.
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Posted: Sep 07 2014, 9:31 AM

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9661 I am a student at La Vergne High School, in Rutherford county TN, and I think you all should know of our principal, Dirk Ash. He is the most corrupt principal I have ever met, he threatens students and teachers on a daily basis, he constantly intimidates students and teachers by saying "big brother is always watching". He gives no support to our band, JROTC, choir, or anything else in the school. He dragged my friend into the hallway and threatened to "kick his ass", he constantly invades privacy on social media, and fires teachers for even looking at him funny, and he has blocked every single attempt at a PTO at the school, and the school board won't listen to the students. He isn't a leader or a principal, he is a ruthless, and selfish son-of-a-bitch that is intent on controlling the school population through the use of threats and intimidation. The school has lost the majority of the teachers it had when he first became principal, because of him abusing his power, and I hope that people see this because Dirk Ash is an evil person, and all he cares about is money and his ego.
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