Hero cake. I'm researching his town now. I don't care what his name is. I'm calling the nearest baker, giving them my credit card number, and putting $100 towar hero Cake
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#3 - heldiggrisen
Reply +104
(03/07/2013) [-]
The cake is a lie
#7 - temporaryafrican
Reply +58
(03/08/2013) [-]
He wasn't suspended for an altercation involving a gun, he was suspended for withholding information about what happened.

"The mother of one of the suspended students who helped tackle the gunman expressed shock that her son would be in trouble for doing the right thing... She mentioned that her son was refusing to cooperate with the investigation out of fear — one potential reason for his suspension."
#18 to #7 - kingoflulzfool
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(03/08/2013) [-]
you  neva SNITCH ********** , irregardless the school would of suspended him either way or kept him at bay from the school... Schools are not trying to be held responsible for anything it most and always must be on the students... I remember some **** from them days....
you neva SNITCH ********** , irregardless the school would of suspended him either way or kept him at bay from the school... Schools are not trying to be held responsible for anything it most and always must be on the students... I remember some **** from them days....
#25 to #7 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
Reply +2
(03/08/2013) [-]
Thats still a **** reason.

"Guys, he took a gun from someone and saved a guys life. But **** you, how dare he be scared of retribution from a guy who had a gun and can probably get more. Lets suspend him, that'll teach that little **** to fear a guy who owns guns."
#58 to #25 - anon
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(03/08/2013) [-]
It's a state law; if you're brought up on criminal charges you get suspended. No exceptions.
#19 - ninjacamelpandas
Reply +42
(03/08/2013) [-]
should we all send him cakes. then the US media would take notice throw all law morals out the window and he will be a hero. because we acted as a democracy using cakes as votes for what he did -.-
#85 to #19 - anon
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(03/08/2013) [-]
America doesn't need anymore cakes.
#20 to #19 - swiftblood
Reply +4
(03/08/2013) [-]
Yes
#74 - darthblam
Reply +38
(03/08/2013) [-]
Here's a quote from an anon made a day or so ago on a post similar to this.

"TO ALL THE CONFUSED PEOPLE OF FUNNYJUNK.
I live in Florida, in Lee County, about 20 minutes from this school. Here's the situation:

The student in the post WITHHELD INFORMATION from the police, because he refused to tell them any information of the suspect's identity and accomplices, if there were any. Due to that, the guy's being fined for "Withholding Information" since THE LAW is THE LAW. In Southwest Florida, the school rule is: If you get in trouble with the law, you get in trouble inside of school. Since the student got in trouble with the law, THEY ******* *HAVE* TO DO THIS. They gave him the MINIMUM AMOUNT OF REQUIRED TIME so that they could make it as LIGHT A PUNISHMENT AS POSSIBLE. That is the reason he's in trouble. Nothing else, it has nothing to do with "liberals" like the dumb ******** JoshBauer posted, or anything else. It's the law, and they're making it as light as they possibly can."
#130 to #74 - JoshBauer
Reply -1
(03/08/2013) [-]
Talk **** get hit
#125 to #75 - lowbrass
Reply 0
(03/08/2013) [-]
... why?
#126 to #125 - darthblam
Reply 0
(03/08/2013) [-]
Why the link? Why not?
#127 to #126 - lowbrass
Reply 0
(03/08/2013) [-]
Touche, touche
#81 to #75 - midgetnigger
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#80 - kanatana
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(03/08/2013) [-]
#84 to #80 - herecomesjohnny
Reply +19
(03/08/2013) [-]
nah i believe it was his gun he took
#89 - anon
Reply 0
(03/08/2013) [-]
He could have gotten someone killed. What if as he pulled the gun away the the kid unintentional pulls the trigger?
#103 to #89 - thegamerslife
Reply 0
(03/08/2013) [-]
The dude said he was going to shoot the other kid in the head as he had it pointed at his head...your point is moot.
#97 to #89 - neokun
Reply +6
(03/08/2013) [-]
He was going to fire the ******* gun anyway whats your point?
#71 - xchewsifferx
Reply +1
(03/08/2013) [-]
He got suspended because he witheld information from the authorities, not because he disarmed the other student.

Make sure to give all the facts op.
#73 to #71 - reaperssprint
Reply -1
(03/08/2013) [-]
Still shouldn't be suspended. "Right to remain silent", ring any bells?
#76 to #73 - restfullwicked ONLINE
Reply +6
(03/08/2013) [-]
you only have the right to remain silent if you are a suspect or have been arrested. if not its called with withholding evidence, Perverting the course of justice, and failure to cooperate. i admit its stupid but sadly america's law system is awful.
#92 to #76 - anon
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(03/08/2013) [-]
Yeah because punishing people for obstructing justice is stupid.
#93 to #92 - restfullwicked ONLINE
Reply +2
(03/08/2013) [-]
no, punishing someone who is a damn hero is stupid, the law has good elements but sometimes american law harms the people they are supposed to be protecting.
#72 - sekeido
Reply 0
(03/08/2013) [-]
**** cake. Acquire chocolate.
#82 to #72 - fingercramp
Reply +5
(03/08/2013) [-]
What about a chocolate cake?
#15 - reginleif
Reply +5
(03/08/2013) [-]
I'm aware that he was suspended for not cooperating with the investigation..... and I still disagree.

I can empathize with him, because I come from the ****** side of a ****** city with ****** police.

Maybe for anyone coming from Suburbia or Smalltown USA the obvious answer would be to cooperate...... the Police know you...you know them. You're white middle class, maybe your uncle is in the City Council or maybe he's golf buddies with the chief of police. No I'm not hating on any of that, but generally there are some factors that can affect how justice is handed out.

So back to my point, maybe for someone of the above category the obvious answer would be to help the investigation....and that would be good since the chances of retaliation are low, and the chances of the police actually helping are higher. But some of us don't come from that background, and we live in a place where police help is very low, and retaliation is high, where the police can be apathetic or even corrupt. You get my point and it IS basic psychology, no matter what you may think of authority and civics, you are much less likely to help if you perceive the risks to be less than the rewards.

tl;dnr **** the police. :/
#16 to #15 - reginleif
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(03/08/2013) [-]
Also the guy got himself into that problem by taking a gun from a potential killer....... let's have a bit of leniency no?
#31 to #16 - leminlyme
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(03/08/2013) [-]
I can sympathize with your ideologies, being as I'm from a similar backdrop with a poor family and poor friends and ghetto ghetto ghetto ghetto. I'm away from it all now, but I know the mentality and I know first hand of crooked policing. But ya know, it's not anything bad happened here. Don't victimize him at all, he wasn't mistreated. He deserves a cake because he's a hero, not out of sympathy because the logical course of action was taken by "the system.' What do you expect for being uncooperative in an investigation? And he's only suspended, and his parents back him, so it'll be a vacation. I had a similar incident in school, where I was suspended and my parents backed me. They let me just act like it was a vacation, and even treated me to some **** they could muster.
#24 to #15 - Shramin
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(03/08/2013) [-]
I'd like to emphasize, **** Police that are crooked and/or can't think reason outside "Law". Like how Judge Dredd needed to learn that the law isn't everything.
#60 to #15 - anon
Reply 0
(03/08/2013) [-]
It's a state ******* law, people. How hard is that to understand?