Driving liberals, dhimmis and illegal alien apologists absolutely insane since 2005...

Another Teacher Gets Busted

By Greg L | 28 March 2008 | Crime, Prince William County | 20 Comments

WTOP is reporting that a teacher at Bull Run Middle School was arrested on Friday for having a sexual relationship with a 16 year old student, and that police found video of him with this girl and other child pornography on his computer.  Hopefully this latest instance of horribly inappropriate behavior will prompt school administrators to increase their vigilance which may help prevent future occurrences.

Parents have enough to worry about with their children without having to worry about whether their student’s teacher has become another potential predator.



The opinions expressed here are solely the views of the author, and not representative of the position of any organization, political party, doughnut shop, knitting guild, or waste recycling facility, but may be correctly attributed to the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy. If anything in the above article has offended you, please click here to receive an immediate apology.

BVBL is not a charity and your support is not tax-deductible.

You can follow the discussion through the Comments feed. You can also pingback or trackback from your own site.

20 Comments

  1. CitizenofManassas said on 29 Mar 2008 at 12:54 am:
    Flag comment

    And some are downright pissed at me for bad mouthing the public school system. At least my son does not have to worry about child molesters when he is at school.

  2. Dolph said on 29 Mar 2008 at 12:58 am:
    Flag comment

    According to news sources, the teacher met the girl on the internet. She was not a student at Bull Run. In fact, she is too old (16) to be a student at Bull Run Middle School.

    Bull Run certainly has been plagued by misfortune. First it had a kid bring a gun to school and had a near miss with a horrible situation. Now a 53 year old teacher has been arrested for child pornography and involvement with an under-age girl. Both situations are totally inexcusable.

    How does one prevent such things? I have no idea. Obviously doing away with students and teachers defeats the purpose. I just don’t think you can ever ensure that things like this do not happen. In all probability, this latest incident did not happen on school property or during the school day. For that we can be thankful. Still, we don’t want people like this around our boys and girls. I am telling myself innocent until proven guilty.

  3. monticup said on 29 Mar 2008 at 9:31 am:
    Flag comment

    Citizen of Manassas: I criticize the public school system all the time. I have a vested interested in it–my taxes are paying for it. Once we break the stranglehold of government schools everyone will be much happier. The gravy train need to stop and we need a strict accounting as to where the money is going. \

    People are beginning to realize that there are alternatives to government schools. Next we have to make sure we are not paying for what we are not using–tax credits for home schoolers, private schoolers. Let the public schools compete for my dollars. Competition is good for every one.

  4. monticup said on 29 Mar 2008 at 9:32 am:
    Flag comment

    Sorry for the numerous mis-spelled words. Haven’t had my coffee yet.

  5. FHL said on 29 Mar 2008 at 9:56 am:
    Flag comment

    Greg said this of Osbourn High School when Ted Johnson, Band Teacher , was arrested. “It’s just one more example of how Osbourn High School has been spinning out of control in recent years and is overdue for a leadership shake-up.” Interesting that the same analogy was not made for a school in his County.

    It is abhorring that children are the victims of predators but if any of you think these same things do not happen in private schools then you must be from Mars. Let’s not bash all the good that is done by all the good teachers in our public schools.

  6. citizenofManassas said on 29 Mar 2008 at 12:34 pm:
    Flag comment

    monticup,

    Yes, I have a vested interest as well, my tax dollars are being wasted on any number of programs that are not needed.

    I would not have an issue with public schools if the schools were doing what they are supposed to do which is to educate students.

  7. G Man said on 29 Mar 2008 at 1:04 pm:
    Flag comment

    FHL,

    Did you see this?

    http://www.insidenova.com/isn/news/crime/article/osbourn_students_charged_with_felony_destruction/5740/

    More fuel on the fire that Osbourn is spinning out of control.

  8. Dolph said on 29 Mar 2008 at 1:56 pm:
    Flag comment

    Oh G Man, you talk like Osbourn sanctioned those 3 jerks going out and laying debris on the roads. Kids have been stupid since the beginning of time. They were stupid when I was in high school and they are still stupid. Judging from the ages, they are seniors and playing a senior prank. They won’t be a bit smarter when they are in college either.

    This is certainly no indication that Osbourn is spinning out of control.

    However, it should be painful to be stupid. I hope they get a nice little summer in jail or doing community service…in a poison ivy patch. The battlefield has lots of poison ivy and will take people for community service.

  9. Dolph said on 29 Mar 2008 at 2:04 pm:
    Flag comment

    COM,

    Unless you home school your child, you are have a real false sense of security that your child will never face a child predator. Private schools have child molesters also. In fact, I am not so sure the incidence isn’t worse. There is less vetting of teachers in private schools.

    Why do I say that? If you are a state licensed teacher and there is any funny business, your license gets pulled in a NY minute. It is real difficult to find another job in a public school without your certification.

    Private schools do not have to have certification. A private school gets a bad apple and fires him, that apple just rolls on to the next job. Private schools generally pay much less. They aren’t going to get the pick of the litter to start with unless they get a real dedicated person who is willing to work for about 2/3 of the pay.

    Please stay vigilant. If something sounds funny, it probably IS funny.

  10. Dolph said on 29 Mar 2008 at 2:08 pm:
    Flag comment

    edit: omit ARE first line.

  11. citizenofManassas said on 29 Mar 2008 at 5:20 pm:
    Flag comment

    Dolph,

    I’m not worried about that, because the teachers at my son’s school have all been vetted, besides, we see how the vetting process works in the public school system, not!

  12. Dolph said on 29 Mar 2008 at 7:36 pm:
    Flag comment

    COM,

    5000 employees, 1 pervert. Not a bad average, although 1 is too many. Truthfully, there is no test to weed out perverts.

    No one likes a pervert. Rather than being smug, I would just accept that you cannot ever totally vet for pervs and just be careful. You do other readers a disservice if they think their children are safe in private school. It can and does happen in both.

    One of the biggest pervs I have ever seen is now teaching in a private school. Not to fear…he isn’t in this area, to my knowledge. I wouldn’t want him around my dog.

  13. citizenofManassas said on 29 Mar 2008 at 7:49 pm:
    Flag comment

    Dolph,

    Sorry, but this is not the only perv in either the County or the City. There have been many examples over the last few years.

  14. Dolph said on 29 Mar 2008 at 8:02 pm:
    Flag comment

    COM,

    Of course not. I was only keeping count in the county, since I live there and only for this year. There could have been hundreds, thousands, that I haven’t heard about though.

    I am not sure of your point. Are you saying that public schools have perverted employees and private schools have none?

  15. citizenofManassas said on 29 Mar 2008 at 11:33 pm:
    Flag comment

    Dolph,

    No, what I am saying is at least when it comes to this City and the County, and what has gone on in the last few years, from teachers selling drugs, to kids having sex in school, to the pervs and everything else, I do not want my child anywhere near these two public school systems.

  16. Gainesville said on 30 Mar 2008 at 6:49 pm:
    Flag comment

    I am a concern parents who brought up to BullRun administration about a teacher who told to his students in classroom that “SMOKING WEED IS NOT THAT BAD”. BUT BullRun did nothing, instead they suspended the kid who spread the words to other students and parents.
    If this teacher got arrested for porn, they must to have more than one teacher or staff doing crazy in this school.

  17. Dolph said on 31 Mar 2008 at 3:44 am:
    Flag comment

    COM,

    And that is your right to feel that way. My only point is that no kid is totally protected from perverts, I am sorry to say. Small private schools are probably easier to monitor because of volume but they are certainly not exempt from pervs. I am not at liberty to give examples.

    Gainesville,

    That sounds highly unusual. The administration at that school has a very good reputation. Did you hear the teacher say that and under what circumstances?

  18. CitizenofManassas said on 31 Mar 2008 at 7:59 am:
    Flag comment

    Dolph,

    I’m not aware of any. I just know that when I compare the school our son it attending, and the public school he is eligible to attend, there is not contest.

  19. Dolph said on 31 Mar 2008 at 9:49 am:
    Flag comment

    CoM,

    And there may come a day when I totally agree with you. So far it hasn’t gotten to that. (and hopefully it won’t be over pervs)

    The person I am thinking of who I consider an ultra perv is no longer in this area, he has moved on to greener pastures-a private school in the southwest. One of those ticking time bomb types. So we are all safe, at least from that one.

  20. CitizenofManassas said on 31 Mar 2008 at 3:52 pm:
    Flag comment

    Dolph,

    We are. Oversight needs to be done, but as I said when I make the comparison, there really is no choice.

Comments are closed.


Views: 2321