Aleyda Uceta, 30, has been arrested after she allegedly punched and bite Principal Rudolph Moseley Jr. of Roger Williams Middle School in Providence, Rhode Island. Moseley had just informed her that her 11-year-old son would be suspended for refusing to go to a room for misbehaving children.
Uceta has been charged with assault on school officials, assault on police officers and resisting arrest.
Police quote her as saying upon her arrest: “I’m going to take your gun and shoot all of you.”
This type of attack is unfortunately not uncommon, as shown recently in a similar Baltimore attack.
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THE PROINCIPAL IS LYING AND THE COP THE MOTHER DID N OT BITE THE PRINCIPAL .THE PARENT IS INNOCENT. THIS IS WHAT THE SCHOOL OFFICIALS DO NOW THEY LIE AND THE COPS WHO WORK IN THE SCHOOLS DO WHAT EVER THAY ARE TOLD TO KEEP THEIR CUSHY JOBS..
Then people wonder why some kids act like they do.The husband must have some dooseys to tell about his home life.
poor disadvantaged kid.
This just in:
Cage fighting in Texas school:
This is actually a huge issue. It concerns discipline, racism, power, rights, and so much more.
When a student makes it difficult for others to learn by disrupting the “learning environment”, that student should be removed; its ed code stuff.
Because parents behave the way this mom did, many teachers and principals and superintendents hesitate to do anything out of pure fear of reprisal, be they lawsuits by angry parents, or getting shot by an angry parent.
Until schools are given back their authority, students and parents like the one in your post will continue to run things.
And society will continue to blame teachers.
The principal is lucky that she didn’t suspend the son of Kathleen Turner’s character in John Waters’ “Serial Mom.”
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