April 10, 2008, - 1:57 pm

1st–Sharpton, NAACP Defending Rapists; Now, NAACP, SCLC Defending Teacher Killers

By Debbie Schlussel
Recently, I told you about how race merchant/shakedown king and former coke dealer, the Rev. Al Sharpton, and the NAACP defended Black rapists in Palm Beach County, Florida. They stood up for these men who raped, tortured, and forced their Black victim to perform oral sex on her own teen son. It’s despicable.
And now the NAACP and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) are defending schoolkids who plotted to murder their teacher. Not sure how you can “advance” the cause of “colored people” as is the professed name of the NAACP, when you defend rapists (of “colored people” victims)and teacher-killers.
The NAACP and SCLC claim that these kids were just going to “to throw pies” at the teacher, and that we should “investigate” their teacher/would-be murder victim–that it’s her fault. But as reader Duane says:


NAACP: National Association for the Advancement of Teacher Killers

These children brought weapons and other accessories for this attack – no pies.

Well, Duane, maybe the NAACP has a point. After all, aren’t a broken steak knife, tape, cheap handcuffs, ribbon, a crystal paperweight the ingredients for apple pie and not the equipment for tying up, stabbing, and crushing the skull of a human? Maybe this was just an episode of “Junior American Inventor”:

WAYCROSS, Ga. — NAACP leaders are calling for an expanded investigation that they believe may reveal the real reason nine Ware County third grade pupils are accused of plotting to harm their teacher.
They denied the children, three of whom have been charged with felonies, were plotting murder, as claimed by investigators.
“This whole case has been blown out of proportion,” said Edward DuBose, president of the NAACP’s Georgia State Conference.
The focus of the investigation should be on the events in the classroom that led to the investigation into the murder plot, DuBose said Tuesday during a news conference at a park across from the Ware County Board of Education offices in Waycross.
“These students were crying out for help,” he said. . . .
DuBose said the students’ teacher, Belle Carter, should be investigated for the classroom environment she created that led pupils to plot against her. [DS: ????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!]
He said the children were planning to throw pies [DS: Uh-huh–knife and crystal paperweight pies; yummy!] at the teacher and put their heads on their desks to hide who threw the pies. But there was no murder plot, he said.
Nine children were involved in the plot to harm Carter, investigators said. Carter teaches an early intervention class at Center Elementary School in Waycross to help students who have fallen behind in their class work.
A 9-year-old girl, disciplined earlier for standing on a chair, brought a broken steak knife to school and others brought tape, cheap handcuffs, ribbon, a crystal paperweight and other items they intended to use against their teacher, Waycross Police Chief Tony Tanner said earlier. The 9-year-old, who is believed to have been the mastermind, is charged with aggravated assault for brandishing the knife near another student and with possession of a weapon on school grounds and conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, police said. She is among seven students suspended for the rest of the school year.
While police haven’t identified the accused 8- 9- and 10-year-old children, Larry Lockey, president of the NAACP’s Ware County chapter, said most of the children are African-American.
DuBose called for the suspended children to return to the classroom but not with the same teacher. Counseling should also be offered to the children and their parents, he said.
“We need to meet, identify and correct the problem,” he said.
Asked about the possibility of another investigation, District Attorney Rick Currie said that is up to the police but it has been his experience that police always question everyone involved in an incident.
The Ware County Board of Education did not want to respond immediately to the NAACP’s statements but may issue a statement later, school board spokeswoman Theresa Martin said.
Lockey called the publicity surrounding the accusations against the children “disgusting.”
“The question is why would nine students come together to take some kind of action?” he said.
Lockey said Carter threw books in the classroom and forced one of her students to her knees to apologize to a classmate after an altercation.
“We’ve got to eliminate this type of abuse,” he said. The Rev. Fer-Rell Malone Sr., director of the Southeast Georgia chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, said the accused children “felt like they were backed into a corner” because school administrators have not investigated complaints about the teacher.
Malone also said the accused children were not plotting to harm their teacher.

Again, steak-knife and crystal-paper-weight pies. Why didn’t Julia Child think of that? DE-LISH!

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9 Responses

So much for judging people on character. Skin color and group loyalty trumps ethical behavior and refraining from doing wrong. That’s the lesson the NAACLP and Al Sharpton are imparting to America.

NormanF on April 10, 2008 at 2:52 pm

And just like the ACLU; defending criminals instead of decent people.

c f on April 10, 2008 at 3:05 pm

It is important to note a similar story that relates to black students conspiring against a white teacher because they percieved her to be predjudice:
Girls in trouble for tampering with teacher’s drink
Posted: April 2, 2008 04:31 PM EDT
When asked why they did it, the 10, 11, and 12 year old girls told Corporal Colwell their teacher Miss Fox had rolled her eyes at the girls and they felt she was prejudiced against them.
The girls are black and Fox is white.

eloopd on April 10, 2008 at 3:19 pm

The teacher should be investigated. There has to be something going on with that teacher to have the kids behave this way.

PrincessKaren on April 10, 2008 at 3:32 pm

The NAACP et al are, once again, making excuses for bad behavior starting these children on a path to never having to accept personal responsibility for thier actions. Below is an example of what these students will become, if not worse:
Teacher beating leads to calls to address classroom violence
Art teacher Jolita Berry was beaten in an attack that was recorded on a cellphone camera and posted to the Internet. Berry says the attack began when she told a female student to sit down and behave and she is afraid to return to the classroom.
Teacher’s union president Marietta English said her office receives two or three complaints a day of assaults on teachers

eloopd on April 10, 2008 at 5:35 pm

you forgot the sarcasm tag, babe. Somebody might think you’re serious; not good.

spiffo on April 10, 2008 at 6:38 pm


samurai on April 11, 2008 at 12:52 am

There goes samurai with those well thought out arguments again.
Anyways, I caught a clip of the girl that stoop up on her chair when she was on good morning america. She perpetuated the “throw pies” lie, and had this really smug attitude. I could tell though, in the back of my mind, that someone would end up making a race issue about this.
And if the teacher WAS doing something that was upsetting to the children, why didn’t they go to an adult? I don’t ever remember getting upset in class, and then deciding the best way to take care of that was to plot to assault the teacher.

lolwut on April 11, 2008 at 11:11 am

I bet this is a white teacher and the kids hate her. And yes, there were teachers I hated when I was in school; including some who were explicitly prejudiced toward us (African American students). We didn’t plot to kill them but we definitely despised them. There were also white teachers that I liked who treated me fairly. It’s hard to believe this is just a wonderfully nice teacher teacher that all these kids thought was a “Nurse Ratched” type for no reason.

taliba on November 6, 2012 at 12:51 pm

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