CLASSY: Video Captures 8 people, including 37-year-old parent, storm classroom, attack 14-year-old girl at Southern Guilford High School

GREENSBORO – In an age in which violent mob attacks are becoming more and more common, a recent viral example of this cultural devolution unfortunately occurred North Carolina. Eight people, including a parent, stormed into a classroom at Southern Guilford High School, and attacked a 14 year old girl.

It was all captured on someone’s cell phone, of course.

Multiple individuals who did not attend that school merely walked in, found the classroom, busted through and jumped a student for quite a while before anyone so much as steps in. That’s some security they’re providing there, especially in the age of COVID where access should be even more limited.

Reportedly a retribution for a previous fight, no doubt this video and how the relevant crowd treats it will help fuel more degeneracy to come.

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“[…] At about 9:45 a.m. Tuesday, deputies say six students, an 18-year-old and a 37-year-old parent went into a classroom at SGHS and attacked a student.

“To think that they would bring that type of activity to a school was very disturbing,” said Capt. Brain Hall, the SRO captain for the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office. “Instead of trying to help talk them down out of this we found ourselves with a parent who actually participated in the assault.”

Three of the students attend SGHS. The other three go to different schools in the county.

Investigators believe the attack was connected to an earlier fight that happened at a bus stop on Monday. A 16-year-old girl who attends SGHS may have led the fight, according to Hall… [CONTINUE READING]

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