Cheesehog Bully At Center Of Phoebe Prince Suicide Was Arrested Again For Threatening To Slash Another Chick’s Tires And Throat
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Masslive: Prosecutors have filed criminal harassment charges against Ashley Koske, one of the teenagers who admitted bullying South Hadley High School student Phoebe Prince before she took her own life in January 2010, in a new and unrelated case. The new charges stem from social media messages and texts sent by Koske, of South Hadley and formerly known as Ashley Longe, in which she allegedly threatened to slash another woman’s “tires and throat,” according to The Daily Hampshire Gazette. The alleged victim reported the messages in November.
On Feb. 22, Koske pleaded not guilty in Eastern Hampshire District Court to threatening to commit murder, threatening to damage a motor vehicle and criminal harassment, the Gazette reported Monday. She is reportedly free on personal recognizance with special conditions and due back in court on March 20.
In 2011, Koske, then 18, admitted to facts sufficient for a delinquency finding on a misdemeanor criminal harassment charge in connection with Prince’s suicide. The case was continued without a finding until she turned 19 in April 2012. Prince’s mother praised Longe’s “courage” in a victim impact statement, saying she had shown “accountability and remorse.”
Alright, first of all, I didn’t know you could get bullied by chicks who obviously weren’t invited to the prom. I mean, you have the ultimate trump card in any argument – you’re ugly and I’m not. Boom. Roasted.
Secondly, what was the point of changing her last name, and who chose the name? Because if you’re gonna go through all that trouble to legally change your name, couldn’t you pick a better name than Koske? Seriously, you get one chance to do this, and that’s the best you came up with? Sad. But the whole purpose of changing your name like she did was to stay out of the public light. And then what does she do? Jumps right back into it. Nice going Koske.
This chick is obviously a psycho and getting into pissing matches with other women is clearly what she does best. According to the Hampshire Gazette, this was all over a guy. Presumably the guy ditched the cheesehog and went for the newer model, just as the guys at the center of the Phoebe Prince incident did. Obviously this gravy dumpster is sick and tired of always having this happen to her, and she snapped.
Can’t say I blame her for being pissed, but seriously – how dumb do you have to be to send threats electronically? Kids know better than everyone that screenshots last forever. Especially when you’re permanently branded around town as the chick whose actions led Phoebe Prince to kill herself. If you’re gonna threaten someone, you do it to their face. You don’t write it down and put it on the Internet. That’s Internet 101 stuff. How she didn’t learn that lesson six years ago is beyond me.
Anyway, I remember the Phoebe Prince story. It was really the incident that led to this mass movement in America to eliminate bullying. For the record, Turtleboy is anti-bullying, but we think this whole crusade to end bullying is ridiculous. Bullying isn’t good, but it’s a part of life. Bullies ain’t going anywhere.
But it’s how we teach our kids to handle bullies that matters. With anti-bullying curriculums in schools we’re basically training them to be victims, when we should be training them to fight back. Some cheesehog called you a whore on Facebook? Hit her up with a “You Mad?” meme. Or just call her fat. Boom. You win.
I feel like what kids who are bullied really need is Turtleboy. We want to take an army of bullied children and train them to be mean, lean, roasting machines. We want to show them that they don’t have to be the victims. We want to teach them every comeback in the book. We want to teach them how to turn the tables and make the bullies the victims of bullying. Because that’s basically what we do for a living at Turtleboy Sports. People bully us by calling us racist or sexist or trans-whatever, and we fire back by destroying them and making them Turtleboy famous. After a while they stop poking the turtle because they know it’s never gonna end well.
The Phoebe Prince story was sad and unfortunate. But the fact of the matter is that Phoebe Prince was emotionally unstable. She was depressed because her parents had recently separated, her Mom moved to America, and she didn’t see her Dad at all. She spoke with doctors who prescribed her medication. She was prescribed Seroquel and used it to try to kill herself when one of the defendants broke up with her. She cut herself for two years prior to her death. She was a ticking time bomb.
Granted the kids who bullied her were all gigantic dickbags too. Two of the girls were being catty because this new, younger girl came along and their ex-boyfriends were attracted to her, and one of them boned her. So they used a gang mentality to say mean shit to her, and this cheesehog Ashley, who didn’t have any ex-boyfriends of her own to get mad about, threw a can at her from a moving vehicle hours before she killed herself.
But had Phoebe Prince not made the choice to kill herself, she likely would’ve encountered many people in her life that would’ve eventually tipped her over the edge. Because she was not mentally stable. Someday she’d have a boss. That boss might be mean to her, tell her she’s doing a shitty job, and maybe even fire her. That does not mean the boss should be charged with anything. Because legally speaking nobody forces another person to commit suicide.
Phoebe Prince won’t be the last 15 year old to piss off other chicks who then go on to say mean things to her. School assemblies about hurt feelings aren’t going to fix this. The only way to fix it is for Turtleboy to come into these schools and teach kids who are being bullied how to become the hunter instead of the hunted. Once that happens school bullying will no longer be a problem.
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