Parent: Child abused on bus, accused still in school

Aug 15, 2012 Full story: WBRZ 38

The parent of an alleged abuse victim is shocked the child arrested and charged with oral sexual battery on her son was allowed to return to school.

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Frightened

Ventress, LA

#1 Aug 15, 2012
OMG! I am truly sickened by this. What is our world coming to?
what

Euless, TX

#2 Aug 16, 2012
Whats this about? Am i reading this right? A boy gets a b j and the girl is arrested?
sick

Baton Rouge, LA

#3 Aug 16, 2012
A older student forced a younger student to give him oral sex, he was arrested and then released and was allowed back in school ... which is sick
MJ1

Euless, TX

#4 Aug 16, 2012
What school was this
Tom

Paulina, LA

#5 Aug 16, 2012
You're telling me the state doesn't have a provision to protect the innocent student population from a sexual predator and bully? The law requires the school system to put this monster back in school with the other students? This happens and the superintendent of schools won't talk to the media because she's worried how it might look? How does she think it looks already?!!! The attorney won't talk. So, this is how it is! A sumbeech pervert abuses an innocent child, the superintendent allows the pervert to roam freely among the innocent students without any warning to anyone, and then refuses to discuss it. If that little bast----d did that to my son, he wouldn't have to worry about going back to school.
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Zachary, LA

#6 Aug 19, 2012
this kind of sexual battery has been happening for years.when the parent of the victim press chargtes then everybody have something negative to say about he victim.it is sickening.i advise that parent not to give up.post this and let us know.if we have to all go to the school board about these issues we will.but believe me get your baby professional help because even the court system will try to eat the innocent alive.they like to waIT until the accuser becomes 18 and do more damage.it is easieer for them to handle.GOD bless your baby.i am full of tears now
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Zachary, LA

#7 Aug 19, 2012
no tom i know.the parent has to push it so hard and have alot of faith.the school andthe people do not want these things to happen so when they do the easiest thing to do is turn it off.then the victim and parent has to deal with the trauma it leaves.you will see tha lil mf asomewhere but do not put your thoughts into him.one day it will eat him alive. keep faith please people pray this is not an easy task.when you see the pervert you will find in your heart to forgivr them because guilt will be written on his forhead.i promise you
rage

Erwinville, LA

#8 Aug 19, 2012
MJ1 wrote:
What school was this
Rosenwald Ele.
Wow!

Livingston, LA

#9 Aug 19, 2012
what wrote:
Whats this about? Am i reading this right? A boy gets a b j and the girl is arrested?
No you are not reading it right! An older boy made a younger boy give him oral sex and then the older boy gave the younger boy oral sex! He told the younger boy if he told anyone he would beat him up! The older boy was arrested!
Wow!

Livingston, LA

#10 Aug 19, 2012
This is sickening! Obviously the older boys parents need to be investigated as well b/c something is definitely not right here! That is not normal behavior for an 11 year old! I'm not taking up for the boy b/c it's sick and wrong but there is more to the story than this!
Wow!

Livingston, LA

#11 Aug 19, 2012
Tom wrote:
You're telling me the state doesn't have a provision to protect the innocent student population from a sexual predator and bully? The law requires the school system to put this monster back in school with the other students? This happens and the superintendent of schools won't talk to the media because she's worried how it might look? How does she think it looks already?!!! The attorney won't talk. So, this is how it is! A sumbeech pervert abuses an innocent child, the superintendent allows the pervert to roam freely among the innocent students without any warning to anyone, and then refuses to discuss it. If that little bast----d did that to my son, he wouldn't have to worry about going back to school.
She said she would not comment on the case in fear of how people would perceive it from her. She is right for not commenting! For one, It is not her place to comment on the case. Secondly, She is not an attorney or the parent of this child and does not want to say anything that may be taken out of context!
Wow!

Livingston, LA

#12 Aug 19, 2012
[QUOTE who="Wow! "]<quoted text>She said she would not comment on the case in fear of how people would perceive it from her. She is right for not commenting! For one, It is not her place to comment on the case. Secondly, She is not an attorney or the parent of this child and does not want to say anything that may be taken out of context![/QUOTE]

And another reason they are juveniles!
Hmmmm

Ventress, LA

#13 Aug 20, 2012
[QUOTE who="Wow! "]<quoted text>
And another reason they are juveniles![/QUOTE]

I agree, they are juveniles, however, all of the other students are also juveniles and they and their parents have a right to know what type of precautions have or have not been taken to avoid having the same thing happen to another juvenile.

Is the older child still riding a school bus?
Says Who

Baton Rouge, LA

#14 Aug 21, 2012
Dig a deep hole & throw them in
Wow!

Livingston, LA

#15 Aug 21, 2012
Hmmmm wrote:
[QUOTE who="Wow! "]<quoted text>
And another reason they are juveniles! "

I agree, they are juveniles, however, all of the other students are also juveniles and they and their parents have a right to know what type of precautions have or have not been taken to avoid having the same thing happen to another juvenile.

Is the older child still riding a school bus?
I agree! I was just translating what the woman said. And b/c they are juveniles she could not disclose information about the case! However, she also said that legally nothing could be done about expelling the boy.. Which that I do not understand, b/c he is rapist! And he should not be allowed back in that school!
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Zachary, LA

#16 Aug 21, 2012
that is a lie.if they could expell a child for fighting why this is so special.if people allow this it is a damn shame.if i was the parent of this child who did thid i would keep him away on my own.how could the school sAY THEY cannot expell him.you know what the parents should keep their children home for a couple of days and keep calling the school board until the phones stop ringing on their own.this is so upsetting to me.the parents or parent of this child need to be behind bars too.children just donot think of these crazy things.something is going on

Since: Dec 11

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#17 Aug 25, 2012
The blind leading the blind. tisk tisk
Hmmmm

Ventress, LA

#18 Aug 26, 2012
[QUOTE who="Wow! "]<quoted text>
I agree! I was just translating what the woman said. And b/c they are juveniles she could not disclose information about the case! However, she also said that legally nothing could be done about expelling the boy.. Which that I do not understand, b/c he is rapist! And he should not be allowed back in that school![/QUOTE]

I wasn't criticizing your comments by any means....just trying to get across the point that as the child who did this was a juvenile, so was the victim and all of the other children also. In addition to the victim needing protection, so do all of the other juveniles.

We are dealing with P.C.P.S.B's "sweep it under the rug" policy, as usual!

As a retired bus driver, I think the "contracted transportation" situation leaves a lot to be desired. What happened on the bus never should have gone unnoticed by the driver. Their drivers have no vested interest in their buses nor their employment without having retirement, etc... Let me further state that it should have never happened on a bus route! Yes, it's a lot to keep up with, but if a driver can't handle his/her job responsibilities, that driver needs to find employment elsewhere.
Hmmmm

Ventress, LA

#19 Aug 26, 2012
NOTFADEAWAY wrote:
The blind leading the blind. tisk tisk
And your comment means what other than your stupidity?
Cindy Champagne

Opelousas, LA

#20 Aug 26, 2012
Hmmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
I wasn't criticizing your comments by any means....just trying to get across the point that as the child who did this was a juvenile, so was the victim and all of the other children also. In addition to the victim needing protection, so do all of the other juveniles.
We are dealing with P.C.P.S.B's "sweep it under the rug" policy, as usual!
As a retired bus driver, I think the "contracted transportation" situation leaves a lot to be desired. What happened on the bus never should have gone unnoticed by the driver. Their drivers have no vested interest in their buses nor their employment without having retirement, etc... Let me further state that it should have never happened on a bus route! Yes, it's a lot to keep up with, but if a driver can't handle his/her job responsibilities, that driver needs to find employment elsewhere.
You need to research what you speak of before you make accusations.

One, as an employee of First Student, I resent the fact that you ASSUME we have no vested interest in our employment or the welfare of the children simply because we have no benefits or retirement. HOW DARE YOU!!! You will find very few people in this parish who actually care about these children besides myself. Did it occur to you that maybe we drive because we love the kids, not simply because we want benefits and retirement? First Student has more policies and procedures in place to prevent exactly this type of thing from happening that you are probably not aware of. You owe an apology.

Secondly, the incident in question did not happen on a First Student bus. Goes to show just how much you know.

Third - rather than point fingers at anyone, resources need to be invested in getting these children the help and mental help counseling that they need. Where is CPS getting involved to find out where in the hell this 11 year old learned about doing this. I promise the thought didn't cross his mind simply from video games, tv or rap music.

Makes me physically ill when people throw stones in glass houses.

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