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Black Girl Goes Nuts At FAU

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A mental breakdown episode can happen to all races and genders. The line between Va. Tech, Northern Illinois, and something like that is reasonably thin, which is why the students staying to watch were fools.

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a former teacher, I have been called worse by students but not with the same energy.

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A mental breakdown episode can happen to all races and genders. The line between Va. Tech, Northern Illinois, and something like that is reasonably thin, which is why the students staying to watch were fools.

As a former teacher, I have been called worse by students but not with the same energy.

 

Looks more like a major hissy fit than a "mental breakdown". She assaulted at least two people and should be held responsible. Here's the story which appeared in the school newspaper:

 

 

 

FAU student threatens to kill professor and classmates

 

March 20, 2012

By Rachel Chapnick

 

 

 

Associate Professor Stephen M. Kajiura was reviewing with his evolution class in GS 120 for a midterm when FAU student Jonatha Carr interrupted him: “How does evolution kill black people?” she asked. Kajiura attempted to explain that evolution doesn’t kill anyone.

 

And then, Carr became violent.

 

A fellow classmate, Rachel Bustamante, was sitting behind Carr prior to her outburst and noticed she had been avoiding looking at the professor until 11:35 a.m. — that’s when she snapped. The classmate reported that Kajiura was discussing attraction between peacocks when Carr raised her hand to ask her question about evolution. She asked it four times, and became increasingly upset each time Kajiura’s answer failed to satisfy her.

 

A video taken by Bustamante shows Carr ranting and threatening to kill the professor and several students. At this point, the witness who contacted the police claimed, “No one was comfortable in the room. I realized the situation was escalating and went out to call the police.” Seconds later, Carr walked down an aisle of the classroom and slammed the palm of her hand into the forehead of a male student.

 

Kajiura stayed in the room, trying to keep the class calm, while a few students stepped out to call police. “She became increasingly belligerent,” he said. “It was at this point, a highly emotionally charged individual who was no longer capable of responding rationally. She was threatening to kill both me and the students in the class.”

 

Then Carr made her way to the back of the classroom. “Some [FAU technician] came in and ordered her to get out,” Kajiura said. “He ordered her to leave the room, and they got into a physical altercation. Several other individuals jumped in and tried to help him.”

 

Kajiura said he didn’t recognize Carr prior to her outburst, but after looking through his records, he found that she emailed him right after Spring Break. “She had sent me a very nice email asking about one of the lab problems,” he said.

 

The professor mentioned the entire ordeal took no more than 10 minutes, and he went back to lecturing, although only half the class remained. “No one could concentrate,” Bustamante said. “Everyone gave up and started texting.”

 

Bustamante gave the professor a copy of the fight, which she recorded on her cell phone and posted on ******** and YouTube. Kaijura went on to praise his students, claiming they were “Absolutely fantastic. They acted responsibly.”

 

Check back at upressonline.com for more updates. If you have any information on the incident involving Jonatha Carr and professor Kajiura, please email universitypress@gmail.com

 

Correction: The UP initially reported that Jothana Carr assaulted and was removed from Stephen M. Kajiura’s class by a FAU technician. The UP has since learned that she assaulted Justin White, director of the Spanish language program, and that White was one of the men in the video seen escorting Carr from the evolution class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I'll bet anyone a dollar, this nut job defaults on her student loans. If there's any justice in the world, she's thrown out of this school for good.

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lets do some good here.



If we can find out this young ladies' identity, lets find out about her past.



 



Money on the table.  I will offer up One hundred Dollars to my charity versus your One Hundred to do as you wish that this woman was educated by the gummit.



 



Who is in?  I will match FIVE takers. Thats five hundred dollars for those of you educated by the same people I think that she was.



 



Throw down!


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lets do some good here.

If we can find out this young ladies' identity, lets find out about her past.

 

Money on the table.  I will offer up One hundred Dollars to my charity versus your One Hundred to do as you wish that this woman was educated by the gummit.

 

Who is in?  I will match FIVE takers. Thats five hundred dollars for those of you educated by the same people I think that she was.

 

Throw down!

 

Wow! LOL! That's revealing stuff, even for this forums biggest racist. Besides shining the light on how your racist mind works, do you think anyone is taking that bet? I don't think FAU gets their students from the poshest private schools. :p

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There are post-NIU/VT groups on more and more campuses for dealing with threatening students. Ours is called the Student of Concern Committee. Perhaps you can see why. I presume "hissy fit" would not be the preferred clinical diagnosis.

 

I appreciate Little's loyalty to the superiority of his private school education. I was indeed educated by a public school, and I made sure my children when to public school and state universities. While I was in public school from 1957-1969, many public schools in my state of Virginia were simply closed and their districts disbanded rather than integrate. They called it "massive resistance", which was understood as being resistance to the federal "gummit's" enforcement of the Constitution. (They were much less effective in resistance than in the previous try, 1861-1865.) George Wallace and Lester Maddux merely stood in the school house door -- Virginia simply eliminated the door in many counties.

 

If I understand Little's bet correctly, it would be like stealing to bet that she was not public school educated since he has taken the side that she is. I will therefore be making a donation of $100 to the United Negro College Fund on behalf of Little.

 

 

 

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