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WashPo Investigates Teacher Sex Scandal

By Greg L | 25 July 2010 | Manassas City, Prince William County | 11 Comments

From the WashPo:

“Stacks and stacks of leather-bound journals included graphic accounts of the pursuit and ultimate sexual conquest of at least a dozen boys and perhaps many more. They found homemade videos of the abuse as it occurred in locations across the country and photographs of teenagers in various states of undress.”

And the worst part?  One parent had warned the Principal at Osbourne High School about Kevin Ricks, and nothing was done.  I can only imagine how many zeros are going to be on the taxpayer-funded settlement check the city is going to have to write to the victim here.

I really have to wonder whether the culture some of these school districts are fostering contributes to these utterly disturbing incidents of predation by authority figures on students.  With “diversity” and “self-esteem building” being such significant parts of the liberal educational agenda, rather than achievement and accomplishment, you have to wonder when people raise concerns about inappropriate conduct by a teacher whether school officials feel voluntarily handcuffed in the same way that Little league coaches feel forced to abominate the game of baseball by putting the ball on a tee and fastidiously avoiding keeping score.  Heaven forbid little Johnny have his self-esteem damaged because he needs more batting practice and the other team worked hard enough in practice to earn a solid victory.

So now instead of little six year-old Johnny feeling bad that his team got whomped 9-0 and coming to the realization that if he wants to win he better get out in the back yard with Dad and face some more pitches, sixteen year-old Johnny play’s “catch” to a male teacher who carries around a notebook where he records how he butt-raped dozens of high self-esteem boys who can’t handle shots of Tequilla.  How far we’ve come, eh?

Back when I was growing up if parents caught wind of this sort of stuff they’d invite the teacher out to some cornfield for a conference with baseball bats.  The school could catch up with the miscreant later, and the next youthful-bottom-craving homo would have a second thought about inviting young boys out for a drink.  Just the wildly-spreading rumor among the student body that Mr. Happytrousers harbored special thoughts about young boys would be enough to send Mr. Happytrousers running.  Sometimes the rumor was wrong, and sometimes mistakes were made, but no one was actually getting cornholed.  Issues got resolved way before that point.

Sure, it’s not as if male teachers trying to liquor up students as sodomy subjects was entirely unheard of in the past,  but darn if it doesn’t seem to be more commonplace these days.  When folks go about trying to change a culture in order to facilitate some sort of educational utopia, there are going to be impacts, and as usual with utopian visions the downside can be tremendously disturbing.  Instead of social approbation against pedophelia and homosexuality in the classroom, we get social approbation about “homophobia” and denying intra-sex whatever-they-are’s their “right” to be alone and in close proximity to our children lest we harm the tender sensibilities of some dude who carts around his fantasies of child-rape in a leather-bound book on school property.


They screwed baseball first.  That’s when we should have nipped this in the bud.

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  1. Senator Scott Brown (RINO) said on 25 Jul 2010 at 7:50 pm:
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    Well put Greg!

  2. Disgusted said on 25 Jul 2010 at 9:24 pm:
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    Geez, Greg, did ya have money on the Nats? Roger on the pedophiles in the schools, but didn’t quite understand the rant on T-Ball. (They put the ball on the tee because none of those booger-eaters can hit a moving ball, much less throw it across the plate, at that age Casey!)

  3. Greg L said on 25 Jul 2010 at 10:24 pm:
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    When I was that age no one was propping up balls on a tee for me. You either learned to hit, or none of the bigger kids would let you play with them in the sandlot. And we always kept score.

    Now we coddle kids to protect their self-esteem, see the practice of perversion equated to a civil right, demand equal outcomes instead of fostering competition, and require obedience to other politically-correct doctrines. That slow but deliberate undermining of our culture is killing us.

    Here’s an example: Not too long ago a teacher was escorted off the property at Stonewall Middle school and had his computer seized. He then actually ran for School Board in the Neabsco District. The authorities were terrified about bringing criminal charges against him because he was a member of a protected class, and the victims never saw justice done. You let stuff get to that level, and you’re nearly encouraging the sexual abuse of children by authority figures in the school.

    It’s been a long road that lead us here. We just didn’t see what was coming.

  4. Tyler Durden said on 26 Jul 2010 at 11:03 am:
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    Failure to report sex abuse arises from the same culture that created T-ball? I don’t think so, but I see your point. We’re a generation of men raised by women. That fact has got to have some long term effects on our culture. Reporting suspicions in this day and age often leads to retaliation by the investigators against the reporter. That practice leads to a diminished workload for the investigators, but results in the Kevin Ricks of the world getting a pass.

    Many years ago, in my little hometown in the Midwest, a respected teacher and coach was charged with sodomizing a student. The student’s father shot and killed the teacher, a la Jack Ruby, as he was being transferred from the court room to the jail after arraingment. The jury convicted the father of some minor gun charge and acquitted him of all the felonies. The judge sentenced him to 90 days, suspended. That’s justice.

  5. Tillie said on 26 Jul 2010 at 11:26 am:
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    “… a generation of men raised by women” / “longterm effects on our culture”

    Pray tell, WHICH generation was NOT raised by women?

  6. wineplz said on 26 Jul 2010 at 2:48 pm:
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    “We’re a generation of men raised by women. That fact has got to have some long term effects on our culture.”

    I agree with Tillie: which generation was NOT raised by women, as we are still the ones who birth and nurse all our children (boys and girls), and are still the primary caretakers even when we work outside the home?
    And what long term effects are you speaking of? That because men were raised by women, those women raised their sons to lust after under-aged boys to the point of getting them drunk and raping them? That’s a pretty poor chain of logic…

  7. You know me said on 26 Jul 2010 at 3:02 pm:
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    A generation of men raised by women is as it should be. A generation of men raised by man-hating feminazi’s is what I think is at issue. This issue of the gay/pedophile teacher is another thing all together. When we as a society permit groups like NAMBLA to exist on the grounds of “fr ee expression”, then we have to deal with this fallout. When we let the teacher’s union have so much sway, this is what we get.

  8. Get Bullwinkle! said on 26 Jul 2010 at 5:44 pm:
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    Americans so have head in weeds not seeing what problem really is. Not bad thing to have good strong women raise young boys along with good strong father. Problem is to have boys raised by good strong woman and father also trying to be woman.

    When no one teach new generation what competition is, everyone eventually get silly idea that point of competition is that everyone win. No one learn value of hard work and effort, just do minimal thing to qualify for minimum benefit given to people under socialism since winning mean nothing anyways. Everyone get good at learning how to play game that system becomes, no one get very good at winning by themselves, being independent winner.

    Pedophile and criminals work well in such a system. Always a way to make system of controlling people not work so good, and they find that way. If no one being controlled by system, very very hard to find way to corrupt whole process.

    Liberals all about control of people, then seem surprised criminals take over.

  9. Disgusted said on 26 Jul 2010 at 9:18 pm:
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    Greg, you make too much of a leap, my friend. Teeing up a ball for a 6 year old doesn’t lead to “everyone is a winner”. Go to your local Little League and watch the Majors division. This is the age group that forms all-star teams that play the Little League World Series. There is a winning team, and their is a losing team. They keep score. There’s yelling and crying. There’s none of this codling you rant about. Geez, get a grip.

    And I still don’t see the connection between baseball and child molestation. Why don’t you go off on the Catholic Church instead. Talk about institutionalized molestation…

    However, the insight into your traumatized childhood sandlot games, and the apparent a$$ kicking you must have gotten, is noted. Had I been playing there with you, I likely would have sent one high and tight when you were batting just to watch you pee your pants. Hell, when I pitched at 11 years old, and a kid would square around to bunt, I aimed at his Adam’s Apple. That’s how us little men in the 60’s rolled. PLAY BALL!!!

  10. Disgusted said on 27 Jul 2010 at 7:08 pm:
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    And do not EVER associate baseball and child molestation again!

  11. dan c said on 30 Oct 2010 at 3:20 pm:
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    this was indeed scary and PREVENTABLE. Was the principal at Osbourn unable to remove this pedophile from the proximity of kids when he was warned by parents of this degenerate’s behavior? Did he have no options other than to permit the degenerate to stay in the classroom as a teacher? Of course there were options and the principal chose the easiest path for himself at the time which was to do nothing.

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