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Friday, March 09, 2012

Another Slut “Role Model”: ACLU, AOL/Huffington Post Look to Score Ghetto Lottery for Shantelle Hicks, 15, Who Asserts She Has a “Right” to

Attend Elementary School While Pregnant
 


 
By Nicholas Stix

First of all, if 15-year-old Shantelle Hicks is in the eighth grade, she should only be 13 or, at most 14, if her birthday falls on or after January 1. So, she had already culturally enriched her boarding school, by getting left back once or twice, before screwing around and getting knocked up. So, she’s never been serious about school work. And how does a girl get pregnant while attending boarding school?

Shantelle Hicks is what is known in the vernacular as “a wild child.” The greatest advantage she has in this situation is that her school cannot defend itself by simply releasing the facts of her conduct as a student. She is completely exploiting the privacy protection the laws afford her as a child, while demanding to be treated like an adult. I am quite sure that if we learned about her history, that it would show her to be nothing but trouble, as well as casting doubt on her current story.

If she gave birth one month ago, as she claims, and it was a full-term pregnancy, she was already at least five months pregnant in October, when she alleges she was “victimized” by school officials, and would already have been showing for some time. (She may have deluded herself that she wasn’t showing, and that this was her little secret, but she clearly deludes herself about a great deal.) Keep in mind that this is a boarding school we’re talking about, where she would have lived in a dorm with roommates.

Shantelle claims that last October her elementary school found out that she was pregnant, and threw her out, she went to the ACLU, threatened to sue, and four days later, was accepted back. Two weeks later, an assembly was held, in which she was called to the front of the room, and a school official announced, “Shantelle is pregnant.”

She is suing, looking to get millions, and claiming through her ACLU attorney, Barry Klopfer, that the school violated her Fifth Amendment right to equal treatment, her First Amendment right to privacy, a Title IX right not to be “discriminated” against in school based on pregnancy, and asserts that the school “humiliated” her.

Just because the ACLU asserts that this individual has a right to attend school while pregnant does not mean that that is true, or that she has a legal right to inflict herself on an elementary school. There are typically special arrangements for wayward girls. And the courts have typically ruled that children do not have the same constitutional rights as adults.

Note that while some members of the ACLU actually do believe in civil liberties, the organization was founded by communist Roger Baldwin, and is dominated now as then by traitors (and today, racists) who seek to use the Constitution to destroy America.

Lawyers lie all the time about the law. In fact, Clayton Cramer has written that lawyers and law professors are so notorious for lying about what the law says, that law journals must keep fact checkers on staff, in order to confirm or disconfirm every quote of a statute in every law article manuscript.

Until the late 1960s or so, educators still had sufficient moral sense to know that pregnant girls had no business in any regular school. That was also before “educators” got the idea to help teenaged pregnancy explode by pushing sex on children. “Educators” have since progressed to grooming five-year-olds to become homosexuals.

According to supportive, KOB reporter Mike Daniels (mdaniels@kob.com), Shantelle says “It’s none of her classmates or school’s business if she’s pregnant.”

The school was definitely not guilty of “humiliating” or “embarrassing” her, because that would have required a sense of shame on her part, and Shantelle and her mother, Vicki, clearly have none. And it’s everybody’s business if a 14 or 15-year-old girl is attending elementary school, much less elementary boarding school, pregnant. Ultimately, she makes it their business.

According to AOL/HP operative Laura Hibbard,

But two weeks after her readmission, a school counselor and the director of the middle school forced the teen to stand before the middle school assembly and announced her condition -- allegedly before anyone but her sister knew.


Clearly, Shantelle is not just a slut, but a liar, too. If no one but her sister knew she was pregnant, then the school officials didn’t know. And as I wrote above, unless the baby was extremely premature, the 14 or 15-year-old elementary boarding school student would have been showing so much that the whole place was talking about her.

Hicks says,

“It was so embarrassing to have all the other kids staring at me as I walked into the gymnasium. I didn’t want the whole school to know I was pregnant because it’s not their business, and it wasn’t right for my teachers to single me out.”

According to the suit, school officials informed Hicks that she would be a "bad example" to other students, and requested she attend another school, a Washington Post local report states.

Meanwhile, Mama Slut complains, “[Students] shouldn't be treated differently because they're pregnant.”

Wrong answer.

Apple, tree.

The school was absolutely right to throw the slut out. To permit her to continue her studies would be to legitimize slutting around. Some of her eighth-grade classmates were only 12, and of course, the kids in the lower grades were even younger.

And so, if the slut, er, plaintiff’s story is true, the school officials deserve medals.

For the record, Shantelle’s principal, Timothy Nelson, denied that the allegations are true.

Note that the elementary boarding school is for American Indians. The school’s administrators were clearly behind the times. Were the school run by whites, blacks, or Hispanics, they would have been more enlightened, and known that sluts are role models. Since the school is run by the federal BIA, this is a federal lawsuit, meaning that the young slut and her ACLU shyster are shooting for the moon.

Look for the “role model” to attend school long enough to get paid, and then promptly drop out, unless she drops out sooner, claiming that the school has created a hostile environment.

Although AOL/HP is dominated by leftists, and the censors delete a great many dissenting comments, they at least permitted some voices of sanity through:

marbleyes
The words "pregnant" and "elementary school" should never be in the same sentence.

easandoval

I still wonder why should the school pay for her mistake and braking of the school rules? Was there a way for her to keep it silent for ever? No. So, why blaming the school?


average77

15 yrs. old in elementary school?!


blackfiresilver3

good! if youre gonna get pregnant in ELEMENTARY SCHOOL you should be embarassed!


ConstantCurmudgeon

If the information provided in this report is accurate, I would be interested in hearing the other side of the story. Given the tenor of the times, I find it very hard to believe that a school would be so stupid as to engage in this sort of action. Frankly, the fact that the reporter can't figure out if it's an elementary school (for a 15 year old???) or a middle school (for a 15 year old???), I fear they might have also missed some other salient facts. Let's wait to see what other shoe drops that fleshes out this story before we pass judgement. (Ironic that poor judgement is exactly was got this story on the airwaves...).


bornincanton

15 and in the 8th grade??????????? I was 16 when I started my senior year..............her and her entire family should be ashamed.......


c15stars

WOW, and to think she could have went to school for the nine months, and no one would have notice.


PalmG

Btw, how is she 15 in the 8th grade? Did she flunk two grades or something?


cwgyacht

I know this is wrong but pregnant in 8th grade? How does this happen?


Dontneedtoknow

You know when life gives you lemons....you just make a baby!


ES4U

I agree... She was embarrassed? Give me a break... When she started to show the cat would have been out of the bag any way. And now?? Poor me, I want to sue!!!!!


Joe Nole

Can't they do better than that? I mean seriously? Liberals should at least have a 12 year old for their pregnant poster child. And why isn't Obama weighing saying how proud he is of her, and telling the rest of us how stupid we are.


spadesspouse

When it is found out that this whole story never happened, will there be another story published with all the details


jcstarkman

Upset that she was outed to her school? Outraged that she lost her right to privacy? Solution? PUT IT ON THE INTERNET! And be sure to include her PICTURE!


mrbyaninch

Ok, so I heard one side of the story. Lets add the school side before I can draw my own conclusion.


bryee5

No, 8th grade, 15 years old and pregnant. Can you say, "W.I.C check?" howbout "EBT" card


khg1

Apparently they didn't out the father,how very Tali Ban of them.


bryee5

khg1: Apparently they didn't out the father,how very Tali Ban of

First they have to find out who the Daddy is. If they do, they may have to let HER know too.


wiredfld

when I went to high school one girl was pregnant. It was not good for her it was not accepted. 40 yrs later when my daughter was in school 30% of the girls became pregnant. They had short class days got set up in apartments by social services, got food stamps ,welfare. They also got to bring the baby to some classes. Like it or not the fact that it was bad for one girl prevented 100's of other girls from making the same mistake. Remember this was A time when birth control was not so available


VoiceOfReality2012

She should have been kicked out for good. Its a boarding school. For those who dont know what that is, then you shouldnt be commenting. Its a school where the kids live at, on campus, throughout the school year. It means, basically, that a 15 year old was having sex on school property.

Grow up, little girl, you cant have it both ways. Youre either old enough to have sex and deal with the consequences or youre not. You made that decision. No one else did. Dont run around having sex on school premises and then complain about your classmates finding out after you become pregnant.


settingson3

Does anyone else thing the math in this story is a little weird? Kid is 15 and in the nothing more than the 8th grade. Actually the article doesn't say she is in that grade, just that it goes to the 8th grade. She may even be in a lower grade.


ewwthatsnasty

sounds like a money grab to me. if she was so embarrassed about being pregnant, maybe she should not have gotten pregnant in the first place.

it's a pregnancy. not a herpes diagnosis. it wasn't going to stay hidden forever. my mother always say that pregnancy is the one thing that is a public consequence to a very private act. was she planning to tell her classmate the baby came in the mail? give me a break.


The second-most despicable aspect of this whole, tawdry soap opera is that the MSM are presenting this wild child as a victim and a role model. Apparently, there is no moral “bottom” for them to ever hit.

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Shantelle Hicks, Pregnant 8th Grader, Outed To New Mexico School Assembly (VIDEO)

By Laura Hibbard
March 7, 2012 5:43 p.m.
The Huffington Post

Shantelle Hicks, a 15-year-old from Gallup, N.M. claims she was first forced to leave the Wingate Elementary School and then publicly outed as being pregnant in front of all students and employees, KOB-TV reports.

Wingate Elementary is a public boarding school for Native American children from kindergarten through 8th grade.

Now, with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union, Hicks has filed suit against the school, claiming they violated her constitutional rights. According to the complaint, school officials kicked Hicks out of school after learning of her pregnancy, but readmitted her four days later when the ACLU of New Mexico informed the school that it's illegal to deny a student access to education for being pregnant.

But two weeks after her readmission, a school counselor and the director of the middle school forced the teen to stand before the middle school assembly and announced her condition -- allegedly before anyone but her sister knew.

“It was so embarrassing to have all the other kids staring at me as I walked into the gymnasium,” said Hicks, according to KOB. “I didn’t want the whole school to know I was pregnant because it’s not their business, and it wasn’t right for my teachers to single me out.”

According to the suit, school officials informed Hicks that she would be a "bad example" to other students, and requested she attend another school, a Washington Post local report states.

“It is outrageous that educators would subject a young woman in their care to such cruelty,” ACLU of New Mexico cooperating attorney Barry Klopfer said, according to the Indian Country Today Community Network.

The girl's mother, Vicky Hicks, says her daughter's public humiliation was wrong.

"[Students] shouldn't be treated differently because they're pregnant," Hicks told KOAT-TV.

The lawsuit was filed on March 6th and seeks punitive damages and declaratory relief for violation of constitutional rights to equal protection and of the Title IX prohibition against sex and pregnancy discrimination in education.

3 comments:

Reality Check said...

'... the school violated her Fifth Amendment right to equal treatment, her First Amendment right to privacy, a Title IX right not to be “discriminated” against in school based on pregnancy, and asserts that the school “humiliated” her.'

Now there it is. Our antidiscrimination laws are the road to hell paved with good intentions. Or at least we thought the intentions were good, or were they? The theory 'of human sacrifice' on the alter of liberalism certainly comes to mind. In order NOT to discriminate against Shantelle because she must not suffer the consequences of her actions, we, the LICs (liberals in charge) will sacrifice all the other students, we will sacrifice the schools (financially), and we will anoint Shantelle a martyr to individual freedom. No consequences ever!

Anonymous said...

Yep! She is guaranteed her snivel rights by the 1964 Snivel Rights Act.

Frank said...

You can gripe as much as you like but I guarantee you that this girl is going to win as sure as Obama is going to defeat whatever god bothering dimwit the GOP put up against him.
I would advise the school to setle out of court. It will cost less.