Judge orders expelled Belleville teens back to school
Four Belleville High School students expelled for posing with fake drugs and guns on the Internet must be allowed to return to school until new disciplinary hearings are held, a Wayne County judge ruled today. via Detroit News
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#1 Nov 28, 2007
Judge Cynthia Stephens, who has in the pass had word with the Superintendent Pete Lazaroff of the school, decide since the school didn’t record the proceeding of the thugs, they were aloud back into school. What did she scold Cliff Woodards about, not providing the “toy” guns. But, now the school has to provide a tutor for the little gangsters at and an undisclosed location paid for by the school.
Since when does a school have the money for a court stenographer for every disciplinary action it takes? Judge Cynthia Stephens….This is a school not a court room.
My hats off to Pete Lazaroff for standing up to Thugs, gangs, drug deals and kicking this fours leaches on society, out of the school to protect the other 2000+ students, factuality and staff.
Parents and Students should e-mail the Judge or picket the school to keep this out of the school and show support for Mr Lazaroff.
“"Do Right Be Right"”
Since: Nov 07
#2 Nov 28, 2007
Wow! I had no idea just how bad the due process was!
Not recording the closed hearing hmmm whos the bad guy here?
I understand the meeting being closed, but a court reporter is a minimum.
School District's dont follow the law... I am shocked!!!
#3 Nov 28, 2007
The school has 72 hours to hold another round of disciplinary action to expel the thugs again. Now the thugs after getting their stories straight and a caching from the lawyer, will be hear again. The lower end students at the school are referring to these four thugs as the “fantastic four”. I can not wait to see Elias Brothers go after them for copyright infringements.
#4 Nov 28, 2007
its not cool what these kids did..'fantastic that you might end up in jail'.. its teaching other kids that it is okay.. so all the kids that go to belliville high school,should know that its not fantastic at all< the parnets have to pay for the lawyer.. so whats so fantastic about that...
#5 Nov 29, 2007
The kids are calling them fantastic not me. I refer to them as Thugs with parents who don’t give a care in the world about their little thugs. They do now that they are in the spotlight trying to shake down tax payers for one million for each thug. Even after they (The parents and thugs) made death threats to the superintendent and HS principle, still call themselves good parents and good kids…..please
What Jinx fails to understand is this is a school that has it own set of rules to follow that are approved by the school board. Being kick out of school is not like being locked up. Jinx will want you to believe that any action a school takes should be subject to the legal system and not the rules set forth for other students.
These thugs are not the intelligent students they are being made out to be. Made are in “Basic” classes. Basic classes are one step above special ed classes and they get C (aka barely average in below average classes).
Their parents should pay for their lawyer and the schools lawyer, and reimburse the school for all money being taken away from other student’s education.
#6 Nov 29, 2007
Hudson Valley High students arrested, charged with plotting school attack
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Wednesday, November 28th 2007, 10:09 PM
LAGRANGEVILLE, N.Y.- State police arrested three Hudson Valley high school students Wednesday and charged them with plotting to attack their school on the 11th anniversary of the Columbine attacks.
The arrests followed an investigation of a threat described on the online social networking site, MySpace.com . Police said the students posted messages and photos describing an attack planned for April 20, 2010, at Arlington High School in LaGrangeville, about 65 miles north of New York City.
Troopers arrested Patrick Quigley, 16, and Joseph Saia, 16, of Poughquag, and a 15-year-old from Hopewell Junction whose name was withheld because of his age. They were all charged with 4th degree conspiracy, a felony.
Barbara Donegan, assistant superintendent for the school district, said school officials and police were alerted to the alleged plot when a student saw the MySpace posting and reported it to one of the high school principals. She said the Internet posting "seemed to be a credible, serious threat."
The students mapped out and clearly identified areas in the school that were to be targeted, state police said.
Donegan said the school was searched and no bombs or other harmful objects were found.
Hey, this sound familiar…..Let’s see myspace.com , guns, high school, police, and superintendent. Were did I hear this before………
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