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Saturday, April 12, 2008

Black Youth Out of Control. Has Black America Lost Total Control ?

Two 15-year-olds arrested in connection with a cache of guns found at Albert Einstein High School conspired to steal guns and sell them at school, according to Montgomery County police.Five students and a 20-year-old man have been charged after Montgomery County police said they found the weapons Wednesday while investigating a report of a shot fired at the school in the 11100 block of Newport Mill Road.Investigators said a 15-year-old boy and his 15-year-old girlfriend stole guns and other items from the girl's home in Silver Spring last week so they could sell them for cash. The weapons were locked up, police said, and the girl, who knew where the key was kept, allegedly let the boy in through a window.

AAPP - There is more:
Police said the boy brought three guns to a second-floor boys' bathroom at the school to show possible buyers. One gun was given to a 14-year-old boy, who accidentally pulled the trigger, police said. No one was injured.A student at the school alerted administrators after hearing the gunshot between 11:30 a.m. and noon, prompting a lockdown and search. School security officers found a bullet lodged in the bathroom wall, according to Kate Harrison, a school system spokeswoman.

AAPP: Not Feeling Me Yet, well how about the beating of a black teacher by black students in Baltimore? As reported bThe Baltimore Sun, The trouble began, Jolita Berry said, when she asked a girl in one of her art classes at Reginald F. Lewis High School to sit down.

The student did not obey, coming closer to confront the teacher. "She said she's gonna bang me," Berry said. "I said, 'Back up, you're in my space. If you hit me, I'm gonna defend myself.'"

But Berry, who is 30 and started her job teaching art at the Northeast Baltimore school in December, did not defend herself. The girl caught the teacher off guard as other students cheered her on and screamed, "Hit her!"

April 10: In an exclusive interview, Matt Lauer talks to a Baltimore high school teacher who was attacked by a student while the rest of the class watched — an incident captured in a disturbing video. Teacher beating caught on video

"She just started beating on me relentlessly," Berry said, recalling the Friday morning incident that left her with a sore shoulder and a broken blood vessel in her eye. Read More HERE.

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