#1
A sadly entertaining story of an 8 year old boy who was pepper-srayed by police. Read it here.

I found this story extremely entertaining. I mean, come on:

A boy with behavioural problems threatened his teachers and students when he became enraged and starting throwing around chairs at his Glennon Heights Elementary School in Lakewood, Colorado. He also brandished a sharp piece of wood he held like a knife.
After teachers barricaded themselves in a room away from Aidan Elliot, police were called in.


These teachers weren't able to control an 8 year old weilding "a sharp piece of wood", so they called the police? Then, the only way for the police to control him was to pepper spray him? Sadly, this is hilarious.
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#5
Shoot to kill should have been the only option
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#7
If a little 8 year old's being a bitch enough to get the police called I'd do it too...
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I wonder how long it will be before video games and metal are blamed for this? After all, those songs and games about killing people with sharp pieces of wood are so prevalent in modern culture.
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Hah.

Well at least he accepted the responsibility. Unlike his retard of a mother.

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I wonder how long it will be before video games and metal are blamed for this? After all, those songs and games about killing people with sharp pieces of wood are so prevalent in modern culture.


Yeah, just wait 'till they find a SlipKnot album at the scene of the "crime"
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#10
So the teachers left the kid without the other students? That's great, leave a psycho kid alone with the rest of class while the faculty hangs out in the janitor closet. The cops should have maced them too, for good measure.
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#11
Don't spray me bro
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#12
If I were a teacher I would've just slapped that kid into the realm and back. Then scattered peas in the corner and make him sit there on his knees, back to the class. In a dunce hat.
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#15
Hmm seems reasonable teachers get paid **** all in the USA so I wouldn't deal with that if I was them.

Plus thread title made me laugh
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#16
Only in America...
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#18
The teachers are pussys.
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#19
That's ridiculous. They couldn't have blinded an 8 year old kid. Pepper Spray is made for adults, not 8 year olds. Yes, he was out of control. But how hard is it to go up to an 8 year old, grab a bit of wood out of his hands and basically keep him in a bear hug until he calms down. Not hard at all.

Police are such ****ing sociopaths sometimes.
#20
We've discussed this extensively on the James Randi forum... Teachers are very limited these days in taking any sort of physical action, and even if their motives are sound they may face disciplinary action.
We police are often confronted with out-of-control individuals, and in this case the individual was a young boy who was also armed with a sharp stick that could have injured others or himself if he were merely tackled or grabbed.
Pepper-spray is essentially harmless and in this case defused the situation without further fuss.
I have personally arrested an 8-year old in not dissimilar circumstances; a "disturbed" lad who had kicked his infant sister down a flight of stairs and chased his mother around the house with a broadhead arrow...
He resisted arrest, too.
#21
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Hmm seems reasonable teachers get paid **** all in the USA so I wouldn't deal with that if I was them.

Plus thread title made me laugh

not to mention they arent allowed to touch the kids unless they want to get sued into oblivion.. this is america were talking about.
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We've discussed this extensively on the James Randi forum... Teachers are very limited these days in taking any sort of physical action, and even if their motives are sound they may face disciplinary action.
We police are often confronted with out-of-control individuals, and in this case the individual was a young boy who was also armed with a sharp stick that could have injured others or himself if he were merely tackled or grabbed.
Pepper-spray is essentially harmless and in this case defused the situation without further fuss.
I have personally arrested an 8-year old in not dissimilar circumstances; a "disturbed" lad who had kicked his infant sister down a flight of stairs and chased his mother around the house with a broadhead arrow...
He resisted arrest, too.


Of course he ****ing resisted arrest: He's 8 years old! He doesn't understand what's going on! All he knows is that he's raging and he needs to hurt someone. Trust me, I go through times where I literally rage and the only thing that stops me is when I've broken things or hurt someone.
#23
Serves him right. Pepper spray probably wasn't needed but he was a danger to the teacher and the other students.
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#24
What exactly prevented the teachers from simply picking up a kid and carrying him around like a sac? Sharp piece of wood? One guy distracts him, the other simply grabs him by the hand he's carrying the wood in. Besides, how sharp could it even have been

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#25


Those teachers are such pussies running away like that and leaving a little 8 year old kid wielding a sharp piece of wood in charge of an entire class room of 8 year old kids.


That kid has one hell of a future ahead of him though.
And lot painful memories...like slashgnr said, they shoulda just killed the little terrorist.
#26
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We've discussed this extensively on the James Randi forum... Teachers are very limited these days in taking any sort of physical action, and even if their motives are sound they may face disciplinary action.
We police are often confronted with out-of-control individuals, and in this case the individual was a young boy who was also armed with a sharp stick that could have injured others or himself if he were merely tackled or grabbed.
Pepper-spray is essentially harmless and in this case defused the situation without further fuss.
I have personally arrested an 8-year old in not dissimilar circumstances; a "disturbed" lad who had kicked his infant sister down a flight of stairs and chased his mother around the house with a broadhead arrow...
He resisted arrest, too.

If the kid was that threatening, the teachers should not have left the other students alone with him. That's child endangerment.
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I wonder how long it will be before video games and metal are blamed for this? After all, those songs and games about killing people with sharp pieces of wood are so prevalent in modern culture.

Alas, this.

Parents' or retailers allowing children to acquire or watch 15/17+ games are the ones to blame IMO.
#29
Hey, I had my first run-in with pepper spray around that age, and look how I turned out.

He'll be just fine.
#30
I wood have pepper sprayed the bastard too.
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#31
Guys guys, you're missing the obvious.

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