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Better Yet

Columbia, IL

#42 Feb 2, 2012
chs grad wrote:
yeah, because manning never did anything wrong and try to cover it up. such as toting a kid in jail to school every morning so he could play football. then exclaiming to all of us, before anyone said anything, that she'd do it for a white student as well. a little inappropriate when that subject wasn't brought up. my class went on the senior trip last year with gaddy, and unless gaddy was struck with some ill-fated, vicious disease, he seemed just fine and healthy to me. but of course, hearing he had inappropriate conduct with a female student is a more interesting story. if it isn't on the news i wouldnt believe it just yet.
Better Yet how about when Manning loaded all the 18 year old on a taxpayer bus to go register at the court house so they could vote for the school last year all at taxpayers expense or when she let a unlicense driver take a school car out and got pulled over and then a certian cop got that all hidden . SHE IS JUST GREAT FOR THE SCHOOL AND OR KIDS>
Disgusted

United States

#43 Feb 2, 2012
There is a very small article in the Post this morning regarding the Resignation of the High School Principal. In the interview Manning said that he turned in his resignation on Monday but he took it to her house on Sunday. Another untruth from her mouth.
citizen

United States

#44 Feb 2, 2012
http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/illinois/c... It's a coverup. If it had been a white person, Manning would be blabbing all over the media. She is definitely anit-white and anti-taxpayer, pushing her socialist agenda, even after the voters told her NO on the new high school. If she's so concerened about the students, why doesn't she push to close the quik store there next to the high school? They sell "single" cigs and liquour to minors, gangbangers gather there, and it's not safe to drive Range Lane after dark.
BND missed this

Saint Louis, MO

#45 Feb 2, 2012
High School Principal Terrance Gaddy resigned abruptly on Monday.

Cahokia School District 187 Superintendent Pamela Manning received a letter of resignation from Gaddy saying he was resigning because of health issues.

She said she was surprised by Gaddy's resignation and that he was an excellent principal.

Gaddy could not be reached for comment today

Read more: http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/illinois/c...
Ms Curious

Granite City, IL

#46 Feb 2, 2012
I have been told who Mr Gaddy's accuser is but of course wouldn't post that here as she may be a minor (I don't know). My grand daughter states the same girl joined TAG (Teens against Greif) sponsored by Hospice saying her dad had died when in fact he was alive and well, so she isn't exactly trustworthy. We will probably never know if there is any truth to these accusations or not. Although I can understand now why some would get carried away with it, I still firmly believe that a person in our country is innocent until proven guilty. I know nothing about Dr Manning. My grand daughter is going on the Senior trip this year - per the paperwork they are chaperoned and everything should be wonderful for them. Now I'm beginning to wonder. Anyone know how past Senior trips have gone?
What Is Going On

Saint Louis, MO

#47 Feb 2, 2012
BELLEVILLE -- A Cahokia High School senior and robbery suspect who was being released daily to attend classes and football practice was ordered back to jail Friday after a St. Clair County judge learned the youth is not allowed to play on the football team.

Circuit Judge Milton Wharton ordered Briran Blake, who turned 18 Friday, to report to the principal's office to be taken into custody. Blake is awaiting trial on charges of aggravated robbery.

School administrators had been picking up Blake from jail each morning and dropping him off in the evening because of Wharton's Oct. 13 release order, designed to allow him to complete school for his diploma. The judge based his order on information given to him at a bail reduction hearing last week.

On Friday, Wharton called an emergency hearing and rescinded his earlier order, not because of any wrongdoing by the former Comanche running back and offensive lineman, but because those who had appeared Oct. 13 on Blake's behalf had not given the court "completely accurate" information, Wharton said.

"The court has to have 100 percent accuracy of information ... especially for serious charges," said Wharton, referring to information from witnesses and from a motion filed by Blake's attorney, Judy Cates, concerning the possibility that if released Blake could rejoin the unbeaten Cahokia Comanches football team.

"There needs to be absolute transparency in this matter," Wharton said.

Wharton held the emergency hearing in response to a News-Democrat story Friday that reported Blake has not played football this year.

On Friday, Assistant Principal Terrance Gaddy testified that although Principal Pam Manning didn't realize it when she testified for Blake last week, a regulation of the Illinois High School Association would penalize the Cahokia it allowed Blake to return. Gaddy said any student who misses more than 10 straight days of school is ineligible to play -- Blake was in jail from late August to Oct. 13. If the Comanches allowed him to return, they would not be allowed to compete in the playoffs, Gaddy said.
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Wharton stressed that his previous order was aimed at education and not football. However, a court order resulting from his decision to release Blake on a limited basis contained specific references to "football practice," including dates and times.

Wharton's order restores Blake's previous bond of $300,000, which requires $30,000 or its equivalent to be posted for release.
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TruthSeeker

Garden City, MI

#48 Feb 2, 2012
I know from an insider that the health issue is erectile disfunction, and the meds he was given for this problem is reason why he did what he did. Still not an excuse, because this relationship was going on way before the meds. And the mother and daughter have the printed out convos, mom is holding back on showing this police because she wants more info, although the conversation between Terrance and this girl is enough proof that he had inappropiate contact with her
State Take Over

Saint Louis, MO

#49 Feb 2, 2012
So when he retires due to health reasons, does he get a pension?
TruthSeeker

Garden City, MI

#50 Feb 2, 2012
Well Manning is trying to have that set up for him. Thats why it's all a cover up
TruthSeeker

Garden City, MI

#51 Feb 2, 2012
Theres so much to this, it's a shame! Crooks, all crooks I tell u
Laser Lady

Waterloo, IL

#53 Feb 2, 2012
TruthSeeker wrote:
I know from an insider that the health issue is erectile disfunction, and the meds he was given for this problem is reason why he did what he did. Still not an excuse, because this relationship was going on way before the meds. And the mother and daughter have the printed out convos, mom is holding back on showing this police because she wants more info, although the conversation between Terrance and this girl is enough proof that he had inappropiate contact with her
If he had inappropriate contact with a student, the meds for ED cannot be blamed - all they do is increase blood flow to the ... uh, "important part". It has nothing to do with anything else.
Disgusted

United States

#54 Feb 2, 2012
State Take Over wrote:
So when he retires due to health reasons, does he get a pension?
He RESIGNED/QUIT not retired. Big difference.
FYI

United States

#55 Feb 2, 2012
Well, if Manning is "covering up" any sexual relationships WITH A MINOR (IE: statutory rape) and did NOT call the authorities, get an Orange jumpsuit in her size, as that would be a criminal offense.....obstruction of justice, etc., not to mention her legal duties as a "mandated reporter," clearly, were not fulfilled.

I guess its just her next step in obstructing justice, as she gives her local administrators the DIRECTIVE that they are NOT to call the police if/when drugs are found on school property and/or a student, they are to CALL HER, and she will then "handle it.".......OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE!!!
.....all in the name of not making this district, that's in shambles, "look bad," on her watch.

Hmmmmm, what then becomes of these confiscated drugs???????
citizen

United States

#56 Feb 2, 2012
Manning loves the gangbangers more than the decent students of any color. She nedds to be impeached.
Parent of HS Student

United States

#57 Feb 3, 2012
My child said that on more that one occasion Gaddy confiscated drugs from students and flushed them rather than call the police. In my book that would be grounds for termination.
Jeff

Saint Louis, MO

#58 Feb 3, 2012
Parent of HS Student wrote:
My child said that on more that one occasion Gaddy confiscated drugs from students and flushed them rather than call the police. In my book that would be grounds for termination.
I'm sure we have not heard the last from or about Gaddy.
Need Answers

Collinsville, IL

#59 Feb 4, 2012
I know they picked someone for the short turn, but who will replace Gaddy?
Manning pet

United States

#60 Feb 4, 2012
Need Answers wrote:
I know they picked someone for the short turn, but who will replace Gaddy?
manning pet you can be sure of that.
keep it recent

Arnold, MO

#61 Feb 4, 2012
You are aware that this article is several years old. The bottom line is that the school played by the rules. He didn't play. Why do people keep looking for stuff that is not pertinant to this story.
What Is Going On wrote:
BELLEVILLE -- A Cahokia High School senior and robbery suspect who was being released daily to attend classes and football practice was ordered back to jail Friday after a St. Clair County judge learned the youth is not allowed to play on the football team.
Circuit Judge Milton Wharton ordered Briran Blake, who turned 18 Friday, to report to the principal's office to be taken into custody. Blake is awaiting trial on charges of aggravated robbery.
School administrators had been picking up Blake from jail each morning and dropping him off in the evening because of Wharton's Oct. 13 release order, designed to allow him to complete school for his diploma. The judge based his order on information given to him at a bail reduction hearing last week.
On Friday, Wharton called an emergency hearing and rescinded his earlier order, not because of any wrongdoing by the former Comanche running back and offensive lineman, but because those who had appeared Oct. 13 on Blake's behalf had not given the court "completely accurate" information, Wharton said.
"The court has to have 100 percent accuracy of information ... especially for serious charges," said Wharton, referring to information from witnesses and from a motion filed by Blake's attorney, Judy Cates, concerning the possibility that if released Blake could rejoin the unbeaten Cahokia Comanches football team.
"There needs to be absolute transparency in this matter," Wharton said.
Wharton held the emergency hearing in response to a News-Democrat story Friday that reported Blake has not played football this year.
On Friday, Assistant Principal Terrance Gaddy testified that although Principal Pam Manning didn't realize it when she testified for Blake last week, a regulation of the Illinois High School Association would penalize the Cahokia it allowed Blake to return. Gaddy said any student who misses more than 10 straight days of school is ineligible to play -- Blake was in jail from late August to Oct. 13. If the Comanches allowed him to return, they would not be allowed to compete in the playoffs, Gaddy said.
...
Wharton stressed that his previous order was aimed at education and not football. However, a court order resulting from his decision to release Blake on a limited basis contained specific references to "football practice," including dates and times.
Wharton's order restores Blake's previous bond of $300,000, which requires $30,000 or its equivalent to be posted for release.
...
Sherlock Holmes

Granite City, IL

#62 Feb 4, 2012
keep it recent wrote:
You are aware that this article is several years old. The bottom line is that the school played by the rules. He didn't play. Why do people keep looking for stuff that is not pertinant to this story.
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A good detective always looks for patterns of behavior. Manning has an observed pattern of behavior. Read the article...it refers to her behavior from a few years ago ... and those patterns are being repeated over and over again ... ie Gaddy's resignation.

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