Bullying with proof hold less sway than alleged molestation with no proof?
As reporter Katie Kyros was prepared to interview a student at Brunswick High School in Frederick Md., who was being bullied about bullying he was attacked right in front of her and the camera crew. Though the actually attack was not captured on camera the immediate aftermath was. All the school official would say is that they had to do a ”FULL INVESTIGATION” before they could comment; to see what was actually going on or happened. Would they have been so unperturbed had some student mentioned without any witnesses that a teacher touched them the wrong way, fondled them or performed a sexual act on them? Something tells me the school would have been more brisk; the teacher would have been hauled to the office, striped of duties, sent home without pay and the cops would have been visiting them within 48hrs. Even with witnesses to the pummeling is alleged molestation still more important to act on quicker than a of bullying with proof?