student cut with knife at KC

“We are Anonymous”

Since: Aug 13

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#42 Sep 29, 2013
I would love to see a bunch of people protesting on the side of the highway in front of Knox Central Monday morning. The family needs to get together and get a lot of family friends and make it happen. Don't let this go unnoticed!
Ugh

London, KY

#43 Sep 29, 2013
TOASTup wrote:
<quoted text> Was it yours, dumbass!
it wasn't the kids knife. It was a knife that was being shown to another kid. The boys were goofing off in the locker room. It was not an act of violence, it will all come to light. Several of the boys were interviewed and you will read in it the paper. It was a very bad cut, but it is not as it seems. Suspensions were handed out. Boys sit out of football games and practice.
Wondering

Keavy, KY

#44 Sep 29, 2013
True Anon wrote:
I would love to see a bunch of people protesting on the side of the highway in front of Knox Central Monday morning. The family needs to get together and get a lot of family friends and make it happen. Don't let this go unnoticed!
What exactly are you wanting them to protest for?
Ugh

London, KY

#45 Sep 29, 2013
True Anon wrote:
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How was it not a intentional act? In the report it says "I walked in there and one of my buddies said I'd stab you," said Smith. Nathan called his bluff, and that's when another friend chimed in. "I said go ahead if you have the (expletive). He just goes over and slices my leg." Sounds kinda intentional to me...
that is not how this went down. Let's just wait until all the facts are in before we start slinging smack. It will all be brought out what really happened. I know someone that was there and they were goofing off as all young boys do and the boy got cut. As bad as it seems, and I know they shouldn't have been horsing around, it was an accident. Plain and simple. And as crazy as it is that's all it was.

“We are Anonymous”

Since: Aug 13

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#46 Sep 29, 2013
Ugh wrote:
<quoted text>that is not how this went down. Let's just wait until all the facts are in before we start slinging smack. It will all be brought out what really happened. I know someone that was there and they were goofing off as all young boys do and the boy got cut. As bad as it seems, and I know they shouldn't have been horsing around, it was an accident. Plain and simple. And as crazy as it is that's all it was.
So your telling me that if your child had got an 8 inch cut on their leg at school (where weapons are prohibited) that you would consider it as horsing around? Even if it were an accident the child should be punished for having a knife at school in the first place!

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Since: Aug 13

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#47 Sep 29, 2013
Wondering wrote:
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What exactly are you wanting them to protest for?
Because the school is trying to sweep this under the rug as if it never happened. Something can and should be done about it. If they were to protest it will bring attention to what happened and have something done about it.
Wondering

Keavy, KY

#48 Sep 29, 2013
True Anon wrote:
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Because the school is trying to sweep this under the rug as if it never happened. Something can and should be done about it. If they were to protest it will bring attention to what happened and have something done about it.
I think you are mistaken. I don't think the school is trying to sweep anything under the rug. If they were they would not have sent letters out letting people know that it happened. They also would not have suspended the boy, which they did.

“We are Anonymous”

Since: Aug 13

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#49 Sep 29, 2013
Wondering wrote:
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I think you are mistaken. I don't think the school is trying to sweep anything under the rug. If they were they would not have sent letters out letting people know that it happened. They also would not have suspended the boy, which they did.
At least some action has been taken.

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#50 Sep 29, 2013
Ugh wrote:
<quoted text>it wasn't the kids knife. It was a knife that was being shown to another kid. The boys were goofing off in the locker room. It was not an act of violence, it will all come to light. Several of the boys were interviewed and you will read in it the paper. It was a very bad cut, but it is not as it seems. Suspensions were handed out. Boys sit out of football games and practice.
What paper? Do you mean the good ole'boy column's?
parent

Orlando, KY

#51 Sep 29, 2013
If this was my child I would raise hell why an ambulance wasn't called.Did any teacher or principal take the kid to the hospital,no his parents was called first.I would be in that school cleaning house if this was my child.And someone said it wasn't the boys knife,where did it come from if it wasn't his knife,I don't think it walked in off the street!!! I wished the state would come in and take over this school before my grandkids starts high school!!Oh so the kid that done the cutting plays football and that's why its being sweep under the ole rug!!

“"Living The Dream"”

Since: Sep 11

It Is What It Is

#52 Sep 29, 2013
Prisons and Jails are full of people who didn't do it!!
Dog Catcher

Somerset, KY

#53 Sep 29, 2013
parent wrote:
If this was my child I would raise hell why an ambulance wasn't called.Did any teacher or principal take the kid to the hospital,no his parents was called first.I would be in that school cleaning house if this was my child.And someone said it wasn't the boys knife,where did it come from if it wasn't his knife,I don't think it walked in off the street!!! I wished the state would come in and take over this school before my grandkids starts high school!!Oh so the kid that done the cutting plays football and that's why its being sweep under the ole rug!!
EVERY KID involved plays football! Get a life and leave the business of the school to the administration!
bob whitaker

Gray, KY

#54 Sep 29, 2013
And why should I care? I don't go to high school and don't care.

The 'students' aren't learning very well (test score trouble) so why not learn something practical like handling a knife.

Ha ha ha hhaaaaaaaha

Ha
star

Keavy, KY

#55 Sep 29, 2013
For one thing over half the kids bring pocket knifes to school even girls. I know for a fact my nephew carries one and carried it all four years of high school. All students need checked not one or two when something happens. You would be surprised how many you would collect. Wise up people.
gator

Fishers, IN

#56 Sep 30, 2013
I'd be curious as to the stabbed kids last name. And just so everyone knows, if your kid stabs my kid you won't like how I will handle the situation. Having said that, I'm off to make a truck payment.
terror

London, KY

#57 Sep 30, 2013
gator wrote:
I'd be curious as to the stabbed kids last name. And just so everyone knows, if your kid stabs my kid you won't like how I will handle the situation. Having said that, I'm off to make a truck payment.
I bet the kid stabbed is called in to office today. They will make sure there's witnesses and they will gather to come up with their story so no one gets fired or so that someone they want rid of gets fired.
Enough

Richmond, KY

#58 Sep 30, 2013
I'm so happy in this wonderful town we have a judge and jury called topix. All of us have only heard one side of the story and I'm sure school officials will look into appropriate actions today. I saw the story on tv and thought the kid looked quite traumatized as he smiled through the entire story. My understanding it was after school in locker area and therefore no teachers, nurses, etc wouldn't have been on premises. Not sure who was in charge but I'm sure the entire story will come out. I agree there is no way to totally keep knives out of school except for parents making sure they don't have them when they arrive. The parents expect no weapons at school but do not do their part to make sure it isn't their kid who is bringing them. It's easy to point a finger.
Ugh

Keavy, KY

#59 Sep 30, 2013
True Anon wrote:
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So your telling me that if your child had got an 8 inch cut on their leg at school (where weapons are prohibited) that you would consider it as horsing around? Even if it were an accident the child should be punished for having a knife at school in the first place!
I'm not saying that at all.
I'm saying people need to get the facts before they start a lynch mob. And if it was my kid, I'd want to know where the supervision was and if the area was supervised these boys wouldn't have the opportunity to do things like this.
gator

Tucker, GA

#60 Sep 30, 2013
True Anon wrote:
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So your telling me that if your child had got an 8 inch cut on their leg at school (where weapons are prohibited) that you would consider it as horsing around? Even if it were an accident the child should be punished for having a knife at school in the first place!
Your about a sum bitch arent you? Did your parent not hug you enough?
gator

Fishers, IN

#61 Sep 30, 2013
Fake gator needs to get a life

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