Police ID student reportedly beaten to death inside Wilmington high school
Witness tells me fight was one on one then others jumped victim. Victim hit head on sink then lost consciousness. pic.twitter.com/cKEOB8OvJp — Chad Pradelli (@chadpradelli) April 21, 2016
Obvious the girls weren’t out to kill her but though she hit her head on sink as a results being jumped by others we should be talking manslaughter charges. This crime can’t go unpunished! Sorry doesn’t cut it!
So where do we point the finger? The morals and ethics of our society degrades with each new generation. We’ve spent millions upon millions on Race to The Top, Common Core Standards and The Smarter Balanced Assessment. None of these programs have made schools safer!
Long ago back when Baby Kilroy was attending Conrad Middle School they had the conflict resolution program. We had Peter Naylor and his wonder dog at Richey Schools teacher elementary students about personal boundaries.
Hopefully all the details of events of the Howard High incident will be made public. All schools need conflict resolution programs were students and address their differences and bitch it out if need be! Peer pressure from the circle that forms around two individuals often sets the path to negative outcomes. If one crew real caries about one of their own they shouldn’t egg them on to fight! Yea yea I know, dog eat dog world and only the strong survives! Howard will be scarred for many years and this graduation year will be the saddest!
Little brothers and sisters of Howard! Chill the fuck out and come together and demand a conflict resolution program. Do it for Amy Francis-Joyner. As for those who were just witnesses, you’ll carry the sights and sounds the rest of your lives. As for those who will be charged with crimes, the ignorance that led you down the hateful path is sad and pitiful. Sure it wasn’t suppose to end like that but it did! To others within, there is no need for street justice aka an eye for an eye! The world you live in sucks and if you don’t help break the cycle your community will never be free.