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Apparently Teacher ephebephilia is still going strong.
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(08-21-2015, 06:38 PM)kodave Wrote: Pedophilia is an imperfect term to use.

You can get into the semantics about age of consent theories, but I think the real problem is more the power dynamics than the fact he was 16 when he boned them. I would argue it should be illegal for teachers and other people who have direct influence, authority, and/or control over high school students to engage in sex acts or just line-crossing relationships (i.e. they text each other 100 times a night flirting, but no boning) with students regardless of the student's age or the age of consent in the state. There are inherent problems with someone in a position of authority at a high school fucking students even if the students are 18 or 19.

I'm sure there would be plenty of former students DTF their teachers if they could all just wait until after graduation before the orgy begins.

Even if you throw out the sex aspect, there are federal laws and many state laws that prohibit 'Abuse of Authority' by teachers and instructors that these people broke and can be criminally prosecuted for.
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(08-21-2015, 06:37 PM)ADMIRAL AMPERSAND Wrote: DUDEZ!!! How HOT is THIS?!?!??!?! Kidz have it sooooooooo easy these dayz!!!!!!!
Back When I went to Schoolz it was nothing but old womenz or frumpy DAMEZ that you would see eatin appetizers SOLO at APPPLEBEEEZZZ!!!!
IT WOULD have been SWEEEEEEEEET TO lose my Virginity at 16!!!!!!!
ESPECIALLY to JENNIFER LOVE HUGHTITZ!!!!!
Remember the movie THE TROJAN WAR?!?!?!?!?!? THAT SHIT WAS SO FUCKING FUNNY!!!!!!!!





Uncle Jerry even said he'd bust all the pedophile laws if he could bust his NUTZ all over underage HUGETITZ!!!!!!

Shock
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#23
Female Teacher - 37
Male Student - 14

GROSS . . .

http://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/sex-c...ex-student
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(05-05-2016, 01:19 AM)Beep Beep! Wrote: Female Teacher - 37
Male Student - 14

GROSS . . .

http://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/sex-c...ex-student
That is gross.
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(05-06-2016, 03:35 PM)BriRedfern Wrote: That is gross.

Yeah, she looks terrible.
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#26
I bet she has big titties.
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(05-06-2016, 03:45 PM)Adrian B AWESOME Wrote: Yeah, she looks terrible.

She's no Melania Trump!
(02-20-2016, 11:00 AM)Jason Wrote: Morty wept

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Nicole WILFINGER, eh?
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Did school leaders look the other way as teachers had sex with students?
Quote:The legal and emotional casualties keep piling up in a Pittsburgh suburb where two high school teachers have pleaded guilty to having sex with students, a third is awaiting trial and a fourth is charged with trying to intimidate one student victim by pointing her out in class.

The atmosphere is so poisoned in the Plum Borough School District, a largely rural, upwardly middle-class bedroom community of 27,000 people, that the senior class president told the superintendent to stay away from commencement ceremonies Thursday.

"You don't deserve to be at my graduation," Plum High School senior Sylvia Ankrom told Superintendent Timothy Glasspool at a school board meeting last week. "We don't want you there. Don't show up."

That appears to be a moot point now that the school board has placed Glasspool and Ryan Kociela, principal of the 4,100-student district's only high school, on paid leave and hired a law firm to investigate whether they and possibly other employees should be fired.

The new internal investigation is fueled by a scathing grand jury report released May 19 by the Allegheny County district attorney's office. The report highlights changes in state law since the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal at Penn State University and makes the general point that Glasspool, Kociela, and perhaps other teachers and administrators may not have broken the law by failing to report rumors of teacher-student relationships under old standards, but might have been prosecuted under newer, stricter guidelines.

The grand jury determined employees were more concerned about upholding the district's image than investigating misconduct. When two employees came to Glasspool in 2014 to report an obscene Twitter comment that claimed teacher Joseph Ruggieri was having sex with a student, the superintendent asked them if the report was a case of "CYA," or "cover your ass," the report said.

"I feel like I've been in a street fight for the last 16 months," William Chapla said of administrators and the school board. His son, Jake, is among the seniors graduating Thursday. Chapla volunteered to serve on a committee to change how the district protects students from predator teachers and other threats.

"It essentially took six months before they even acknowledged there was a problem, and we should be taking corrective actions," he said.

The county prosecutor convened the grand jury to determine whether those delays were criminal after teachers Ruggieri, 41, and Jason Cooper, 39, were charged last year with having sexual relationships with students. Both have since pleaded guilty, with Ruggieri serving two to five years in prison and Cooper 1½ to three.

The grand jury also uncovered alleged wrongdoing by Michael Cinefra, 30, a former part-time teacher and coach, who is awaiting trial on charges he had sexual contact with a student under 16 and provided her with alcohol, among other allegations.

He has denied wrongdoing, along with Drew Zoldak, 41, the teacher awaiting trial on charges he pointed out Ruggieri's victim in class.

Zoldak is accused of telling his class he missed work "because two men in suits from the district attorney's office were asking me hundreds of questions," then pointing to the girl as the reason. His attorney argues those remarks wouldn't be illegal because he didn't suggest the girl shouldn't cooperate with authorities.

The grand jury investigated whether Glasspool, Kociela or any other district employees broke state law by not calling police or a child welfare hotline if they had "reasonable cause to suspect" teachers were having sex with students.

The grand jury found no criminal wrongdoing, in part because it couldn't prove whether the employees were trying to cover up the problem or merely confused about what the law required.

The grand jury also found Glasspool, Kociela and other employees had heard rumors that Ruggieri, the teachers' union vice president for much of that time, was having sexual or inappropriate relationships with students as far back as 2007.

The broad question becomes "What is the overall culture and ethic of this institution with regard to reporting?" said Bruce Antkowiak, a former prosecutor who now teaches law at St. Vincent College.

"This is more an attitudinal thing that would come from the top down."

Neither Glasspool nor Kociela have returned emails and phone calls from The Associated Press.

Joseph Tommarello, 23, graduated from Plum High in 2011 and was elected to the school board that fall. Tommarello told the grand jury that a girl came to him with information about a "personal relationship" with Ruggieri in 2012, saying she didn't know how to end it. She did not say whether they were having sex.

Tommarello said he reported the conversation to administrators and thought they would handle the information appropriately until Ruggieri and the others were arrested last year.

Tommarello demanded answers and got silence, the grand jury found. He quit the school board and now is among those calling for Glasspool and Kociela to resign or be fired.

"You can't argue that they should stay, essentially, so the community can begin to heal, so the victims can finally begin to heal," Tommarello said. "You can't do that until all the bad apples are removed from the tree."
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Texas teacher had sex with her 8th grade English student ‘on almost a daily basis,’ police say
Quote:lexandria M. Vera, an eighth-grade English teacher at Stovall Middle School in Houston, told police in April that the relationship she had with one of her students started through messages on Instagram — and had evolved into a great love.

On Wednesday, two months after the police investigation began and nearly eight months after 24-year-old Vera allegedly started having sex with the eighth-grader, authorities issued a warrant for her arrest on a felony charge of continuous sexual abuse of a child. The student is under the age of 14.

Vera turned herself in at a suburban jail in Montgomery County and later was released on $100,000 bond, reported the Associated Press.

Court documents filed last week in a Harris County District Court offer a detailed look into Vera’s account of their blossoming relationship, which she told police was not only approved but celebrated by the boy’s parents. It wasn’t until April, when Stovall principal Elsa Wright got a tip about Vera, that the school district’s police department began investigating.

The English teacher admitted to both the principal and a police officer that she’d been having an ongoing relationship with the boy for months, court documents show.

The bizarre and layered saga began nearly a year ago, Vera told police, when she met the boy during summer school in 2015. She said at first he was rude, asking for her Instagram account name and sending her a follow request after she refused to provide it or accept his invitation, according to court records.

But their interactions picked up in the fall, when the regular school year began and the boy was assigned to one of her eighth-grade English classes. Vera described for police a period of flirting that she claims she initially resisted, until the month of September. The teacher said she became worried when the boy didn’t show up to class, so she sent him a message on Instagram and reminded him to turn in an upcoming assignment.

He replied, according to court documents, and asked for her phone number. Then the boy asked his teacher if they could hang out.

She said yes.

[Husband-and-wife teachers charged in separate student sex cases — in the same week]

Vera drove the boy around in her car, she told police, and they kissed. The next day, when the boy’s parents weren’t home, she returned and the two had sex for the first time, according to the documents.

After that, the sexual encounters occurred almost daily, Vera told police.

“She stated that she and the Complainant had sex on almost a daily basis at her home and that they love each other,” police wrote in the documents.

In January, Vera said she discovered the boy had gotten her pregnant. When the couple told the boy’s family, according to the teacher, they were ecstatic and supportive.

His parents had known about the relationship since October, Vera told police, when they came to the school for an open house. Afterward, she was invited back to their home and introduced to the family as the boy’s girlfriend, documents say. They were “accepting of the relationship,” Vera told police, and she was welcomed to family gatherings thereafter.

#BREAKING: Aldine ISD teacher accused of sexual relationship w/ 13-year-old turns herself in https://t.co/PeKtA7Rf1v pic.twitter.com/YHmNx54uzr

— KPRC 2 Houston (@KPRC2) June 1, 2016

Things began to deteriorate in February, when an unannounced visit and questioning from Child Protective Services about the relationship spooked her. Vera denied the relationship and the pregnancy at the time, documents say, then chose to abort the baby. She did, however, hand over her cellphone and gave police permission to search it.

Police said they found “many messages” between the boy and his teacher, confirming much of the story Vera had revealed. In a separate interview, the boy also admitted to the sexual relationship, police said.

The Harris County District Attorney’s Office told ABC 13 News that the parents could be charged with failure to report child abuse if they did indeed know about the relationship. The boy’s mother is being investigated by Child Protective Services, the TV station reported.

The Aldine Independent School District issued the following statement: “Aldine ISD has been made aware that charges have been filed against a former Stovall Middle School teacher involved in inappropriate behavior with a male student. When the allegation was made in April, the teacher was immediately removed from the school and placed on administrative leave. Aldine ISD Police investigated the incident and turned their findings over to the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. The safety and security of Aldine ISD’s students and staff remains a priority of the school district.”

[A Marine fights to prove he’s innocent of sexual misconduct. Then a lost cellphone is found.]

Wearing a Golden State Warriors T-shirt, Vera was captured on video leaving the jail Wednesday. When asked about the allegations, she told reporters she had a lawyer and did not want to comment.

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Parents told various local media outlets they were appalled and shocked by the news.

“When you send your kid to the school, you think everything will be safe for them,” Gerson Bonilla told KPRC 2 Houston. “But I think this is something that is serious that needs to be investigated.”

One student told ABC 13 News that there was chatter among the student body about “suspicious behavior” between Vera and the boy, and that once he saw him grab the teacher’s butt.

Another parent, Mary Claycomb, told the TV station she just couldn’t believe the teacher would do this.

“I have chills because of this,” she said.

Texas teacher impregnated by student, 13, turns self in
Quote: Houston-area teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a 13-year-old boy who impregnated her has surrendered at a suburban jail.

Harris County authorities had issued an arrest warrant for 24-year-old Alexandria Vera, an English teacher in the Aldine School District. The boy was an eighth-grader she met last summer.

She appeared Wednesday at the jail in adjacent Montgomery County. Sheriff’s spokesman Brady Fitzgerald says Vera posted a $100,000 bond and was released.

Court documents show the boy’s parents didn’t object to their relationship. She told a school district investigator they were “very supportive and excited” when she disclosed her pregnancy. The probable cause document said she aborted the pregnancy after a child welfare investigator questioned her.

School officials say she’s been removed from her job.

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