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  1. PatsWSB47

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    WAYCROSS, Georgia - A group of third-graders plotted to attack their teacher, bringing a broken steak knife, handcuffs, duct tape and other items for the job and assigning children tasks including covering the windows and cleaning up afterward, police said Tuesday.

    The plot involving as many as nine boys and girls at Center Elementary School in south Georgia was a serious threat, Waycross Police Chief Tony Tanner said.

    School officials alerted police Friday after a pupil tipped off a teacher that a girl had brought a weapon to school. Tanner said the students apparently planned to knock the teacher unconscious with a crystal paperweight, bind her with the handcuffs and tape and then stab her with the knife.


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    In 1942 they would be sent to "Reform School" for two years and would have been forced to work their little a$ses off.

    Today they will be given cucumbers and be taught how to put a Condom on.

    What kind of parents do these kids have.

    They probably picked this plan up watching HBO.

    I wonder if the teacher was one of the new "Liberal Brainwashers"---:singing:
     
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    If I was a third grade teacher, would have taken care of it somewhat different, to go to the police is not a good answer.. everyone is going to grandstand this.. with the principal call the parents first have them deal with it.. in reality there is nothing that the legal system will do with 3rd graders.. what are they all 7 & 8 years old.. usually except for the worse of them, they do not go to court and all it does is make a lot of press.
     

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