CENSOR: to examine books, movies, letters, etc., in order to remove things that are considered to be offensive, immoral, harmful to society, etc.
See the original video WITHOUT the meddling, censor restrictions here:
Readers: The original Youtube video (205,000 viewers) that WAS displayed, had been deemed “inappropriate” for those under 18 yrs. old. Now “BIG BROTHER” has decided you’re not worthy to view any video of a Black principal placing a headlock on a 14 yr. old White student, then dragging him to the office as captured by their own school cctv. CENSORSHIP!
The Globe & Mail article is seen HERE.
“Inappropriate” cell phone use by 14 yr. old student prompts attack by school principal
Ken Fells is no longer principal of the junior high school in Cherry Brook after an altercation with a (14 yr.old white) student, but he still has a job with the Halifax Regional School Board.
[Nova Scotia – Province – BLACKS 2.1% Vs 95.8% WHITES]
Board members reached a decision early Thursday following a marathon debate.
As the meeting began in private Wednesday evening, more than 200 of Fells’ supporters stood in the wind and rain outside the school board building in Dartmouth (Nova Scotia, Canada).
About a dozen people were still there at 2 a.m. when board chair Irvine Carvery announced that Fells is no longer principal of Graham Creighton Junior High School.
However, Fells remains a principal in the school system.
Carvery said he believes Fells was treated fairly.
“I feel good about it,” he said. “Folks were here for eight hours to show their support for Mr. Fells. Speaks very highly of how Mr. Fells is considered in the (Black?) community.
Fells’ supporters rally outside the school board meeting. (CBC) “Me personally, I’m very pleased to see that Mr. Fells stays with us.”
Fells was suspended after an incident with a student over a cellphone on March 3rd. The RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) was called in, but no charges were laid. (?? – ELN)
The BLACK EDUCATORS Association rallied around Fells, calling him a great principal who insists on order and respect in his schools. – Source – Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/nova-scotia/story/2010/05/20/ns-fells-principal-cherry-brook.html#ixzz0pSchNLaN
(Note: All bold, highlighted print and parentheses by ELN editor)