(500) https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2019/local/teen-graffiti-hate-crime-divides-maryland-high-school/?utm_term=.41396cae9900


8 bookmarks. First posted by teisam 8 days ago.


Some kids outside of DC were caught because their phones associated with the high school’s WiFi
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6 days ago by dinomite
RT : The kicker is brutal and telling
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6 days ago by ree
The principal saw a swastika first. It was inky black, spray painted on a trash can just beside the entrance to the high school. David Burton switched off the engine of his SUV, unaware, even then, of the magnitude of what he was about to see. via Pocket
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7 days ago by drewcaldwell
The kicker is brutal and telling
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8 days ago by lurrel
Jessica Contrera on a night that got boozily out of hand for some American kids:
<p>It took only one question: “What happened?”

“Things got out of hand,” Seth recalls telling him. “I was under the impression we were going to do a prank, and it got bad.”

He started to cry. He would be the only one who immediately admitted what they did. The others, court records show, would deny it. Tyler wished Willingham good luck in finding out who did it.

Eventually they were told: The school’s WiFi system requires students to use individual IDs to get online. After they log in once, their phones automatically connect whenever they are on campus.

At 11:35 p.m. on May 23, the students’ IDs began auto-connecting to the Wi-Fi. It took only a few clicks to find out exactly who was beneath those T-shirt masks.

“You have the right to remain silent,” an officer said to Seth before long. “Anything you say or do . . . ”

They told him to remove his graduation cap and gown. They cuffed his arms behind his back.

Seth realized they were about to march him outside, past the windows of the cafeteria. By now it would be filled with students eating lunch.

“Can you cover my face so that the kids don’t videotape me?” he asked.

“No,” an officer replied. “You deserve this.”</p>


The passive surveillance society; sometimes a benefit.
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8 days ago by charlesarthur
(Will Newton for The Washington Post, Howard County police) A black principal, four white teens and the ‘senior prank’ that became a hate crime The students…
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8 days ago by teisam