Disturbing Video Shows What Public School Looks Like in a Police State as a Cop Beats a Student

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by Matt Agorist

Baltimore, MD — An extremely disturbing video was posted to social media this week showing a Baltimore school cop, whose identity is being protected, treating a student like a punching bag.

In the brief video, the officer is seen throwing punches and kicking the student.

The assault happened Tuesday at the Reach! Partnership School in Baltimore and both officers in the video have been placed on administrative leave, said Karen Parks, spokeswoman for the Baltimore public school system.

“As a parent of a Baltimore city school student, I was appalled by what I saw,” Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said of the video. “The behavior that was demonstrated … is certainly something you never want to see. … Certainly not a school officer acting in this way, particularly with a young person.”

Baltimore School Police Chief Marshall Goodwin was also placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation, which is an out of the ordinary move.

“The boy had a right to be at the school where he was an enrolled student,” Lauren Geisser, an attorney for the teen and his parents said. “With respect to refusing to leave the school, the student didn’t want to leave the school where he had a right to attend.”

“I am completely appalled and disappointed by what is depicted in the video,” the school system’s CEO, Gregory Thornton, said in the statement. “Our school police officers are entrusted with ensuring the safety of our students and staff, and I know that most of them take this job seriously while maintaining a high level of professionalism. The behavior in the video is completely unacceptable.”

Recent videos have revealed a myriad of school cops attacking unarmed students. In December, Officer Rigo Valles was cleared of any wrongdoing after grabbing a student by the neck and slamming him to the floor. In October, Richland County Deputy Ben Fields was fired after students recorded him flipping over a girl’s desk and dragging her across the floor. Oklahoma City Master Sgt. Thomas Jaha was charged with assault and battery in October as well, after repeatedly punching a student in the face for not having a hall pass.

In November, prosecutors agreed to dismiss assault charges against Louisville Metro Police Officer Jonathan Hardin for punching a student in the face if the former officer completes anger management classes. Hardin still faces wanton endangerment, official misconduct, and assault charges for choking another student unconscious in a separate incident five days later. In separate incidents earlier this year, school cops have also been caught attacking an autistic boy, body-slamming a child, and raping nearly two dozen students.

This is education in a police state.


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  • Chir

    Won’t get any media attention. The Cop is black and so is the student. Black on Black violence does not suit the media’s agenda. Now if the cop had been white, the presstitutes would have gone apocalyptic.

    • Mike


  • When I was in junior high school in the late 60’s, the school administration staged a Totalitarianism Day. We were not allowed to speak or act up during the passing periods. Anyone observing doing so would be apprehended and taken to the principal’s office for a terse lecture about what would be happening to them if they actually lived in a totalitarian regime. As a member of the color guard and an audio/visual assistant, I was one of the few students who could be in the hallway during class periods without a contemporary pass from a teacher without being taken to the principal’s office, something which irritated some of my teachers intensely, because it gave me the discretion to leave a class anytime rain was falling or appeared imminent. They all appreciated my presence when A/V equipment was required to be used, though. The aforementioned apprehensions were carried out by off-duty police officers in full uniform.

  • Reverend Draco

    “… I know that most of them take this job seriously while maintaining a high level of professionalism.”

    Ok. . . I see 2 cops in this video. If “most of” them are not psychotic whackjobs. . . one of the 2 would have been “serious and professional,” drawing his service weapon and taking the assaulting cop into custody immediately.

    Gee, Greg – looks like you’re either pig-ignorant or just intentionally lied through your fucking teeth.

  • I forgot

    I guess taking the kid to the principal’s office was too much work. I don’t doubt the kid was smarting off to the cop, but it’s not the job of the cops anywhere, to attack someone like that, even if they have a big mouth. You have to wonder if that kid is going to grow up and be one of the people who ambushes cops.

  • Mike

    Any cop beat one of my kids, cop is going to suffer.

    • Reverend Draco

      You don’t torture a rabid dog – you simply put it down.

      • Mike

        one shot one kill.

  • lazWbiPdit

    This is not new, decades ago in our schools, I witnessed slapping, punches to the face and body, violent assaults of students against desks and walls, and other humiliations and assaults, ALL performed by teachers. There were many good teachers but just a few bad apples were allowed to continue. I attended an all white public school. It was all white because there were no blacks in our neighborhood in the suburb at that time.

    The best teacher I had let us decide our grade; we would sign a contract for an A, B, or C; each with its respective responsibilities.

    The rest;

    The standard required visits to the school “guidance” counselor for all students led to a softly lit room with a small gurgling fish tank next to the old man who squinted a lot, smiled gently if not lecherously, and sat one leg over another, in a dark leather chair. While he engaged students in talk, at least a few others I found, he would slide his right hand under his belt down his pants and rest it there. In his other hand he held a tobacco pipe and would smoke it without lighting it. I thought it odd, and actually detested the professional but my innocent mind did not conjure the ramifications of what this vile pedophile was actually doing.

    There were a few others, like the football coach/math teacher who would slam students against walls or throw them down on hard floors for the crime of not wanting to be on his team, or wearing bell bottoms. He also teased handicapped kids. This teacher, one decade later, was struck and killed by lightning on the golf course.

    Then there was our history teacher who would slap and punch students and throw their books, folders, and papers out the second floor window. Some of the more serious infractions were forgetting the order of presidents or the date of some past event. He also died later at 50 from a heart attack.

    Then there was our gym teacher who liked to see and be around naked boys and would often pull someone right out of the showers including me, under the guise of a lecture in his office; we were forbidden to dress first and he would demand that we give him your towel and he sat there while I stood naked in front of him as he uttered nonsense about performing better while his eyes lingered on my crotch. I got in to trouble when I started skipping his gym class and just walk home. Again, no one listened.

    I must say, my school had great teachers and enforcers; I learned well and early that the best path for me was a rejection of their pathologically creepy public school system. I was in 6th grade and enrolled myself into “alternative” schools, I was considered incorrigibly by the authorities but they left me alone, amazingly. Life is the best teacher of the reality behind the curtain.

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  • Corky v Luxembourg

    What else can the cop do? These kids are out of control. They have no respect for their teachers, parents, or the cops. They need to be beaten (just enough) to get their attention.

  • Chef Sp

    See? Even Queen Libertard and Cenk “The Hammer” Ugar get it! There’s hope for us all.

  • jaguar

    Okay…so can we say black on black crime now?!

  • E.J. Letz

    He should have shot the damn little thug, and saved us taxpayers some money on future imprisonment costs.

  • Tom

    Oh boy. If that were my son, fatty boomballatty would have more than internal discipline to worry about. Fat ass bully.