Friday, January 31, 2014

Prince George's County, MD: 7-Year-Old Black Girl Beaten Unconscious by at Least Four Boys in Thomas Claggett Elementary School in District Heights


The face of violent crime in America: Chicago Tribune Editor Gerould W. Kern

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
Expanded at 1:44 a.m.

I thank the Prince George's County exile reader who sent me this article, writing,

District Heights is the 'hood.

How do I know this?

Because I attended high school in District Heights.
P.S.: According to Great Schools, Thomas Claggett Elementary School is 89 percent black, eight percent Hispanic, two percent white and 1 percent two or more races. Thus, the odds that the four attackers were black is over 90 percent. (That’s because there is a zero percent chance that any of them were white.)

Great Schools’ rating of Claggett was only one out of a possible ten.

Chaperoning note: At the bottom of the page, you will see a mug shot of a bizarre-looking white man, possibly a "juggalo," i.e., follower of the Insane Clown Posse white rap duo. If you hit the link to the story, you will see a link to an older, ordinary-looking white man. MSM sites engage in the practice of “chaperoning,” best known via Editor Gerould W. Kern at the Chicago Tribune. The simple idea behind chaperoning is to turn reality upside down, and thereby deceive readers into thinking that the face of violent crime is white. Thus, when a media outlet publishes a story about a violent crime committed by blacks, who indeed commit the majority of violent crimes in this country, despite being only 13.1 percent of the population, publish the mug shot of a white suspect from an unrelated arrest in a different jurisdiction, usually for a misdemeanor, and try to publish no picture of a black suspect.

PHOTOS: Girl Beaten Unconscious by Classmates

Girl, 7, beaten unconscious by classmates at Md. elementary school
By Maureen Umeh, @MaureenUmehTV
Posted: Jan 29, 2014 12:57 A.M. EST; updated: Jan 29, 2014 2:55 P.M. EST

A 7-year-old girl at Thomas Claggett Elementary School in District Heights, Md., was beaten unconscious by at least four classmates Tuesday morning.

It happened during recess in the school’s gymnasium.

The little girl’s parents say their daughter was taken by ambulance to Children's Hospital in D.C. She was diagnosed with a mild concussion.

Her mother, Phersephone Holland, says she can't believe it happened at school.

"That's my baby. I bring her to school and that's the least thing I expect is a phone call informing me that my daughter is unconscious,” she says.

Holland says she is wondering where all the adults were during the attack. So is the victim's father, Rodney Smyers. He says this isn't the first time his daughter has been bullied and hit at school.

"One incident, she came home, she had a split in her lip," he says.

"It's an ongoing problem,” he adds.

Smyers says he has spoken to officials about it and thought something was being done.

FOX 5 has learned during the attack on Tuesday, there were about 75 kids crammed into the gymnasium and only about five teachers supervising. None of the teachers apparently saw the incident.

Smyers and Holland are concerned about what not only seems to be a lack of supervision, but the fact that school officials haven't disciplined the boys involved or informed other parents of what happened.

"Notice needs to be sent out because next time it could be a little pocket knife or a gun to school,” says Holland.

She says her daughter will likely not be coming back to Claggett Elementary School. She says both she and Smyers believe their daughter’s life at the school is in danger.

"It's serious,” she says. “A child was unconscious today. It could have been worse than that. She could have died."

Prince George’s County Public Schools spokesperson Max Pugh says they are investigating and that a letter about the incident will be sent home to parents on Wednesday.

Link to Slideshow:

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 2:55 PM EST
By Maureen Umeh, @MaureenUmehTV

To start off the new year, here are the latest offenders that have made it to our FOX 5 mugshot photo gallery. These mugshots were supplied to us by law enforcement.

Guilty or not, these strange mug shots are worth a look. This information was supplied by law enforcement and describes recent arrests and charges. All defendants are presumed innocent.Guilty or not, these strange mug shots are worth a look. This information was supplied by law enforcement and describes recent arrests and charges. All defendants are presumed innocent.

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