Lawsuit Claims Indiana Teacher Tried to Sicken Autistic Boy With Peanut Candy

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    Lawsuit Claims Indiana Teacher Tried to Sicken Autistic Boy With Peanut Candy - Health News | Current Health News | Medical News - FOXNews.com

    If this story is true, then this is sick and the teacher deserves a harsh punishment.
     
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    I agree completely- AND the parents appear to have grounds for a massive civil tort suit.. KA CHING (no more worrying about health insurance for them, YAAAY)
     
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    My first reaction was that this story was BS - no one would do that. But it looks like the teacher was fired with no union support, so I think it must be true.

    Chances are the teacher will now collect disabilty for her "depression" over the incident, and the school (and the taxpayers) will get screwed.The good thing is the kid is alright,
     
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    If the teacher knew the kid had peanut allergies and gave the candy to him, it's the same as poisoning, and poisoners NEVER stop poisoning. They're a special kind of criminal, up there with arsonists and serial killers (and often ARE serial killers).

    It would bear some looking into this teacher's background to see how many students of hers had died, and how many members of her family and/or neighbors etc.
     
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    Peanut allergy gene link found...
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    Scientists claim peanut allergy 'gene flaw' link
    10 March 2011 - The number of people with peanut allergy has risen dramatically in the past 20 to 30 years

     

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