Video shows 10-year-old autistic boy getting arrested at school

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/education/wp/2017/04/19/i-dont-like-to-be-touched-video-shows-10-year-old-autistic-boy-getting-arrested-at-school/?utm_term=.5e890b6b5b02

Extra info since the Washington Post omits it. As broadcast by the local Californisa news station:

The little shit broke the TA’s jaw and has a long history of violence. (Not just punching or kicking but bitting and fractures)

The mother uses the autism as an excuse not to punish the child.

This seems like it was the embodiment of a scared straight experience.

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Video shows 10-year-old autistic boy getting arrested at school

One thought on “Video shows 10-year-old autistic boy getting arrested at school

  1. If I had been the police, had not put the shackles.

    The child is a passive attitude, and peaceful. It is reality cosciente.

    Also put some shackles to a child of that age, can cause a psychological problem. Police personnel will tell you: they fulfill orders or the Protocol.

    But the police creates the Protocol.

    Autistic children are more intelligent than the rest of the children of his age.

    What could happen before:

    The child attends school, is more intelligent than the rest of the children. The rest of children make jokes and harass him. The autistic child as smarter believes that he is an adult and defends himself from the other children. Jokes and harassment continue to the autistic child. Finally the autistic child feels misunderstood and reacts with violence against everyone.

    It should spend much time these special kids, and have lots of patience, negotiate with him without losing authority.

    The positive messages, be affable, talk to the child, give him confidence, before driving to the child with the wives.

    Unfriendly police, little touch.

    What I don’t understand is why save the child, the mother.

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