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June 01, 2012



Can you challenge a citation? So let me get this straight...did these kids just make up the whole thing about him being " allowed, visibly angry, back into their classroom, where he walked among the desks flicking a Swiss army knife open and closed and then went to his desk and had lunch."? They just made that up?!

Patrick Walker

He can definitely ask for his day in court. It's a police-issued citation, so it would involve municipal court.


Why would a person with so much to lose make the choices he is accused of. I am suspect of this story and do not know the accused or accusers in this matter. I think there is a lot more to come on this story.


But they made up the other part? Am I reading that correctly, just made it up out of thin air? That alone is cause for having his day in court!


But they made the last part up? About him and the pocket knife? They made it up?! That alone is grounds for taking it to court!


Where there is smoke, there is usually fire. Dude retired his position. If I'm innocent, I don't resign my position. It most likely happened, then the false rumors started after all the excitement started. It happens with adults also.

Max Edison

Believeing that someone is guilty because they have been accussed is fundamentally anti-American and an embarrassment to the great state of Texas. That type of thiniking belongs in North Korea rather than Tarrant County. Disgusting and disturbing.

Jason Smith

"In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, . . . and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him . . .."

Sixth Amendment, U.S. Constitution. This is what makes America great. This man should take advantage of these protections.

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