I'm really not sure where the idea of girls wearing skirts and heels and a full face of makeup every day to school came from. Or jocks wearing their varsity jackets everywhere. You can be an artist but still be on the track team, or a social justice warrior who is also prom queen. You don't know her life, her story, you have no idea what she's been through because you don't even bother to ask. The mean girl is always two-dimensional and horrible while the main girl is perfect.
Joshua Kehm failed to submit incident report, and when he did, he called it an "accidental fall."
In a time when stranger danger is ever present, a single father learns that it's the ones you trust most who have to be watched the closest. Derek : How old was Georgia? She was six years old! For every year she was alive, I'm going to torture you for a day. The only thing I want to hear coming out of your mouth, is the screams from the pain I'm causing you! Sign In. Welcome to the new version of this page.
You are now logged in. Forgot your password? Joshua Kehm, the San Antonio district police officer working the beat at Rhodes Middle School, was fired by the San Antonio Independent School District SAISD on Monday, after having been placed on paid leave following an incident last month where he grabbed year-old Janissa Valdez from behind , spun her around and slammed her onto a concrete walkway. Kehm was trying to defuse what he had reason to believe was an imminent fight between Valdez and another girl, but his actions caused more damage than two sixth-grade girls would have likely been able to inflict on each other. After witnessing video of her daughter being manhandled by an officer whose presence at school is meant to ensure student safety, Valdez's mother told a local TV news station, "You could actually hear her head hit the concrete. That's what hurt me the most…he didn't even seem like it bothered him. He still handcuffed her after she was unconscious. Martinez said, "We understand that situations can sometimes escalate to the point of requiring a physical response; however, in this situation we believe that the extent of the response was absolutely unwarranted. Watch video of the incident below and read Reason 's earlier coverage of the incident, which notes how post-Columbine overreactions have led to an over-policing of public schools, sometimes with disastrous results. Elizabeth Nolan Brown 6.