Teacher Had Students Drown Live Raccoons In Class
Teacher Accused of Having Students Drown Live Raccoons and an Opossum in Class
Only a month after a teacher in Idaho teacher allegedly fed a live puppy to a snapping turtle in front of his class, yet another public school teacher has caused a controversy by torturing an animal to death in front of students by slowly drowning them in a garbage can full of water. This time, the psychopath in question resides in Florida and the incident at Forest High School in Marion County was caught on camera. The victims were two raccoons and an opossum.
An investigation is now underway after a student brought home a video recording of the incident that the students were forced to participate in. The student’s mother said that the student came home in tears over being forced to take part in the murder.
Apparently, the raccoons were blamed for killing chickens being raised by the agricultural class. The teacher trapped the raccoons in a wire cage. He then filled a large garbage can with water and lowered the raccoons into the water-filled can. As the raccoons struggled to get their heads above water in order to breathe, the teacher and his students held them down with metal rods.
An opossum was later found (not blamed for killing chickens) and was killed for sport.
The students were forced to take part and anyone who refused was threatened with a “referral,” which means punishment.
“It made me sick. It made me sick to my stomach. It’s terrible. It still does make me sick to my stomach,” the woman said.
“When the raccoons tried to come up for air they had metal rods and they held them down with metal rods and when the raccoon would try to pop its head up they held water hoses in its face to drown it,” the mother said.
The killing of the opossum and the threat of the “referral” shows that the psychopath in charge of teaching children knew what he was doing was either illegal or would result in controversy, hence his need to hide the act. The opossum was not blamed for killing chickens, however, so clearly the killing was motivated by a desire to drown and kill a defenseless animal.
While the student who reported the incident was traumatized by the event (as anyone with a conscience is prone to be) it should be noted how many students were happy to take place in the act. Both the students who were traumatized at the event and those that happily took part are now obviously in need of counseling since such gleeful participation in drowning animals is not a hallmark of being well adjusted. In fact, it is much more likely that such behavior is the hallmark of a sadist or serial killer.
That such incidents are becoming more and more common shows just how dangerous and sick public schools have become. Hopefully, the teacher who led the animal lynching will not only be fired but will be forced to suffer criminal and legal consequences.
In addition, we hope the school willingly provides the children who were forced to take part in this atrocity with proper counseling from a private source, outside of the school.
In other news, homeschooling is a wonderful option.
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