NBC 10: A student at Resiliency Preparatory Academy in Fall River had to be restrained by two resource officers, prompting an investigation, according to authorities. But the student’s family said the situation went too far.
“They don’t even ask if the kid if he’s OK,” said the student’s father, Frank Formisano. “He’s got bruises on his face, his back, his head. Instead, they jump on him and just start whaling on him.”
Formisano told NBC 10 News on Thursday that the situation escalated after his 17-year-old son was suspended for the day because he refused to remove the sweatshirt he was wearing over his uniform shirt. He said the altercation started when school resource officers were escorting his son outside.
“They pushed him, he turned around and gave them a shove, then he started to fall down the stairs,” Formisano said.
The student told NBC 10 he bruised his arms and back when he fell down the stairs. He said the officers started to punch him. Formisano added that his son has behavioral issues, but believes officers could’ve handled it differently.
“These kids are in this school, they have issues as it is,” he said. “They have learning disabilities, they’re on medicines. I don’t condone what my son did. He’s no angel. He wouldn’t be in that school if he was an angel. I just think looking at the video, it was kind of brutal.”
This quote from Dad about sums up why this kid goes to the reject school that acts as a zoo for kids who can’t be in real schools because they’re too savage:
“he turned around and gave them a shove”
What’s the big deal? So my kid shoved a cop? Boys will be boys right?
Or, perhaps your kid is such a behavior problem because his parents constantly find ways to justify his shitty behavior and blame other people (like cops and teachers) when he does something terrible.
Let’s check out Luke’s page for a moment….
Dog filter, chain, chinstrap, gang signs, and RIP snapchats. It’s official – he’s never leaving Fall River. And I can tell just by looking at him that he almost certainly did something to earn that beating.
Then there’s this:
Oh yea, this is a good kid right here. He’s going places. Mostly back and forth between the stash house and the courthouse, but still going places nonetheless.
NBC 10 failed to point this out though:
Sgt. J.T. Hoar said he is investigating the officers’ use of force. He said the initial facts show the student was “having an issue with staff” when he became “unruly” and destroyed school property. He described the student’s behavior as “tumultuous” and said the student was “throwing things around the room and smashing things.” The student is in the 9th grade, said Superintendent Matthew Malone, who could not immediately provide the student’s age. The student was asked to leave the school but refused, according to Hoar. The officers were attempting to remove the student from the school when the student “became assaultive” with one officer, said Hoar.
A 17 year old in the 9th grade. That is the most Fall River thing I’ve ever heard. The only thing he’s missing is a bad addiction to OC’s, but that will come with time.
This junior shitstain was “having an issue with staff.” Back in my day we used to call that “being the in-house suspension kid.” Newsflash – kids don’t have issues with staff. Staff tells them what to do and they do it. Any kids who have an issue with that are really just being insubordinate.
Poor kid just wanted to destroy some property and smash some desks while disrupting the learning environment of others. Then these cops come along and are like, “You gotta get out fam,” and he’s like, “nah.” When the cops physically remove him he starts assaulting them, because evidently that’s a right kids have these days too.
Meanwhile the free muh boi patrol is out in full force.
“This is to be expected.”
Yea, if you’re a lowered expectation guttermuppet then it certainly is to be expected. But some of us believe that kids can’t smash desks and assault cops, even if they go to the crazy kid school.
You also got kicked out of the public schools and attend the school that acts as a de facto ratchet island until you’re old enough to age out and give Jasiel Correia lap dances. We already know everything we need to know about you. Luke is indeed a bad kid, because good kids don’t hit cops, and he most certainly earned and deserved that beating.
They’re all whining about this punch:
But guess what? He was still resisting at that point. Once you completely give up then the cops don’t punch you. As long as you insist on fighting back they’re gonna do the same.
Maybe instead of making excuses for this Junior McHoodrat like you have his entire life you should hold him accountable for his behavior. Might work.
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