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    • kellij4

      For everyone going on about why all the guns you do t need guns here’s an answer: as Americans we were given rights as a nation, one bing the right to bare arms. As our country has grown so have we. There are gun laws and they vary by state. What many fail to point out is that the citizens that commit the majority of gum crimes are *surprise surprise* criminals. There are countless citizens that own guns for hunting/protecting/collecting and never use it in a criminal way. Americans aren’t gun crazy, we just like to voice the fact that we have our rights, and they haven’t been stripped from us after centuries of other countries telling us we need to. And just to clarify I’m American and do not own a gun, nor does anyone Inuit family. Stay classy hate mongers.

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      As a teacher I can see both sides of what people are saying. Here’s the tricky thing, not matter the training you’ve been to no two situations are the same. For those who say he shouldn’t have tried to take the weed, have you read the staff handbook of rules and regulations for the campus? He might have been following the proper steps for that situation on that campus. For those saying he should have waited, do you know the discipline record of the kid, do you know that he only had weed on him and didn’t have a weapon? Do you know what the teacher’s discipline records say, has he had other “run ins” with students? Did he have probable cause, meaning did he see the attempted sale or did another student tell him about it?Just like others have said, the video and the news don’t give us the whole story. Hopefully who ever investigates this incident will be able to keep their emotions and prejudices from influencing the outcome, but don’t be surprised when they finish the investigation and the reach a decision that is “politically correct”.