A student was making repeated comments to another student that he was going to rape the second ones sister, also a student in the school. He made four or five of these statements prior to the second making a comment concerning the offenders appearance. The first one then attacked, grabbing the second child's throat and striking him at least once. This has been characterized on the second students record as an "incident". Fast forward 2 years and the second is being denied Honor Society and the faculty adviser has approached many other faculty members in the school saying that the second student was at fault in a fight and that he in fact attacked the first student causing the incident to occur. This faculty member was not present nor involved in the original incident.
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