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  Reply # 488117 1-Jul-2011 00:57
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surely attempted murder is quite serious?

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  Reply # 488171 1-Jul-2011 09:54
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joker97: surely attempted murder is quite serious?


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  Reply # 488245 1-Jul-2011 13:28
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We weren't able to find out anything today because I only had 1 class, but at the senior assembly nothing was mentioned at all about what happened, only thing they talked about was the ball which is on tonight. I'll try post anything I find here so you guys and tell me what the best thing to do is. I'd really like to lay a complaint but you guys think its not the schools fault. If the school does nothing to the people who did it, and if it was intentional that they lit the fire, then I'll lay a complaint. But until then I'll hold off.




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tardtasticx: We weren't able to find out anything today because I only had 1 class, but at the senior assembly nothing was mentioned at all about what happened, only thing they talked about was the ball which is on tonight. I'll try post anything I find here so you guys and tell me what the best thing to do is. I'd really like to lay a complaint but you guys think its not the schools fault. If the school does nothing to the people who did it, and if it was intentional that they lit the fire, then I'll lay a complaint. But until then I'll hold off.



Yes good idea, if the school tries to keep it quiet and doesn;t take action then a complaint should be made as the school would be very much in the wrong then.

Wouldn't surprise me if the school just tried to make it all go away instead of addressing the issue/issues.

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  Reply # 488266 1-Jul-2011 14:28
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Teenagers are idiots, they do stupid things without comprehension of the repercussion's. I'm sure the young lady at the center of this incident will be dealt with by the school and youth aid appropriately. Make a complaint to your school tardtastix, as a student you have a right to submit your thoughts, just understand that there is likely a lot about the situation that you don't know or won't be told. The issue will be dealt with, however the wheels of bureaucracy move slowly, but they do move. Enjoy your ball.

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