2nd Grade Student Handcuffed for Crying, Because the State is the Biggest Bully of All!

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Seven-Year-Old Second Grader, Kalyb Wiley Primm

Seven-Year-Old Second Grader, Kalyb Wiley Primm

ACLU Files Lawsuit Against Kansas City Public Schools After Bullied 7-Yr Old Handcuffed:

The American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri has filed a lawsuit against Kansas City Public Schools in response to the 2014 handcuffing of a second grader who was crying and screaming in class while being bullied.

In 2014, Kalyb Wiley Primm, who was seven years old and less than four feet tall at the time, was being teased for having a hearing impediment inside a classroom at George Melcher Elementary School in Kansas City, Missouri, according to the lawsuit. He began to cry and scream. School resource officer Brandon Craddock heard the cries and pulled Primm out of the classroom to take the boy to Principal Anne Wallace’s office.

The lawsuit, filed on behalf of the Primm family, alleges that Craddock pulled a “frightened” Primm by one arm through the hallway of the school. When Primm held on to a handrail with his free hand, Craddock twisted the boy’s arms and handcuffed him.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Handcuffed for crying… The State is the biggest bully of all, and we allow this monstrosity to daily terrorize us, with no end in sight, because most of us would rather negotiate with criminals than resist them…

Ironically, While Mother of Bullied Suicide Victim Blames School for Not Listening to Her Son, She Failed at the Same Task

The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of my friend, Daniel Sv…

Daniel Fitzpatrick

Daniel Fitzpatrick

Daniel Sv.: Boy Who Killed Himself After Being Bullied Says He “Gave Up” in Note:

Rayn: Mother states, “my son shouldn’t have to die to be heard. There’s something wrong with the adults in authority positions when kids can’t go to them for help.” Ironically, she wasn’t listening, either, when he was begging and begging to be transferred out of that school…