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High School Suspends Students for Photographing Teacher’s Porn Misstep

We’ve heard the story before. A high school teacher prepares the class for some type of educational video from a computer through a projector, only for a pornographic video to pop up.

The teacher is usually suspended or fired and we all have a laugh at the teacher for being so careless with their porn.

But this time, it resulted in the suspension of two students for “inappropriate use of electronics” after one student photographed the porn image on the screen and another student posted it on Facebook.

Meanwhile, the teacher, the only one guilty of inappropriate use of electronics, remains unidentified and protected by administrators at J.C. Harmon High School in Kansas City.

Just another example of school officials in this country trying to suppress transparency and accountability by punishing students for recording the truth.

According to KCTV.

It was first hour biology class for Lester’s freshman daughter.

“The picture was a pornographic picture,” Winkel said.

According to the girl, when her teacher turned on the overhead projector which runs off his computer, a pornographic snap shot for a website appeared. Stunned and extremely uncomfortable Lester said her daughter took a picture. It shows the laptop and projector and, in the background, there’s an image of a naked woman in a compromising position from behind.

“I know my daughter was very uncomfortable,” Lester said.

Lester said her daughter sent the picture to her boyfriend and asked what to do. Winkel’s son then sent the picture to a friend.

It’s believed the friend posted the picture to his private Facebook page. After being pulled out of class twice that day, both Winkel and Lester’s children were suspended for two days.

“For inappropriate use of electronics. I have no idea (what that’s supposed to mean). I tried to run it through my mind and understand. She was on her own cell phone,” Lester said.

Both parents said they tried to talk to school administrators about appealing the decision. Their students are members of the honor roll who do not want a suspension on their permanent record.

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