MENUDO ARREST (1990)
TWO MEMBERS OF THE PUERTO RICAN SINGING GROUP MENUDO WERE ARRESTED IN MIAMI THURSDAY EVENING AFTER AN AIRPORT DRUG-SNIFFING DOG DETECTED MARIJUANA IN THEIR PANTS. 18 YEAR- OLD SERGIO GONZALEZ AND A 16-YEAR-OLD MEMBER WHOSE NAME WAS NOT RELEASED BECAUSE HE IS A JUVENILE WERE ARRESTED AT THE MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THE GROUP WAS ON A STOPOVER EN ROUTE FROM MEXICO CITY TO VENEZUELA. A U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE DOG SMELLED THE MARIJUANA. CUSTOMS AGENTS TOOK SMALL AMOUNTS OF THE DRUG FROM THE TWO WHO WERE CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA. MENUDO IS A SINGING GROUP WHO APPEALS MAINLY TO TEENAGERS. THE GROUP HAS MADE NO IMMEDIATE STATEMENT.
DRUG; 1936
20:01:18:16,Cautionary foreword super over art of loose women, one nude, smoking joints, spells marijuana "MARIHUANA", very hard to read, Art of glass of beer ("BEER 5C FREE DANCING"), Int. club, couples dance to jazz band, Waiter bops along with tray, couples cut rug, CU hands play piano, Glass of beer jiggles, Couples dance, Dancing feet, Woozy woman draped over man, Stuffy couple talk at table with beer (talk about how parents don't look after their kids anymore), Drunk pours beer, misses glass (speakeasy), Bar stool, puddle forms on floor, CU blonde (repeat), Drunk appears to be urinating in rear view as beer streams to floor (FUNNY), CU of various people drinking, couple kissing, super over dancers (FUNNY), Woman sews at home, laughs (wild party), Elegant living room, man in formal wear, woman enters in gown, he greets her, Women talk, Man, woman exit, Sewing lady smiles, looks worried (repeat), CU grandfather clock (8:03), CU blonde laughs, Two couples sit down at table in club, Brunette talks, Other group leaves table, two couples leave table, enter two gangster types, CU low-life type man smokes, Gangsters look at dancers, Band plays, Balloons released, Blonde goes for balloons, bumps into gangster, they smile, Legs, balloons, blonde on floor, Drunk at bar hiccups, says, "What a bubble!", Dancers catch balloons, Couples back to tables, talk, Gangsters give each other the eye, Gangster orders two beers, Blonde balances beer on guy's head, they both fall on floor (FUNNY), Waiter brings beers to couples, points to gangsters, CU gangster, Blonde says thanks, Gangster joins couples, CU blonde, Low-life walks past, Gangster nods to low-life, who exits, Gangster leaves table, Gangster stops drunk from entering men's room (repeat), Man opens shoe heel, takes out tiny envelopes, Guy, blonde talk, Guy leaves table, Drunk eats hot dog over drink, Man says "That's swell", Convertible pulls over to lover's lane (night), Man, woman cuddle in car (night), Man's hand starts down woman's chest (night), Car, couple barely seen as she struggles, Los Angeles lights in background, (night), She fends him off, hand business again (night), She struggles (night), Angry, she exits car (night), She walks on road, afraid (repeat, night), He starts car, follows (night), CU she pulls feet out of shoes, shakes feet, Man drives (night), She walks along cliff (FUNNY, FAST MOTION, night), She takes shoes off, carries them, Car pulls up behind her (night), She enters car, puts shoes on, they drive off (night), CU they drive, they smile, cuddle (night), CU wall clock chimes (11 PM), Blonde opens door, enters living room, Blonde talks to mom, CU blonde, mom talk, Angry blonde leaves, Blonde, man in car, She exits car, CU she talks, CU he talks, CU her feet (she's smitten with guy in car), She says "okay by me", House party, jazz, loose women (wild drug party), Couple dances on table, Man says to camera "Step up and take your choice. They're all alike." (?), Drunken people make out, Couple rolls on floor, CU gangster looks sinister, Woman up steps, Sneaky gangster pulls fake brick out of wall, extracts package, Hand puts package among liquor bottles (CU), Drunk woman finds, brandishes shotgun, Hand pops champagne cork (CU), Man pours champagne into glass, Women says "Is there anything here I haven't tried yet?", "These are the funniest cigarettes I ever saw", CU hand pushes small bottle, other hand takes it, Woman gets light, women smoke, giggle, CU blonde smokes, laughs, Smoking women hysterical, Man, laughing blonde (repeat), Stoned woman does Juliet in balcony scene, vaults railing to man's arms, They roll on, off sofa, Man squirts seltzer bottle, Stoned group, Woman in bra, half slip as she undresses, Surf (night), Bra woman exits door, Laughing women into separate room, look under furniture, Women talk (CU), discuss skinny dipping, Women start to undress, Laughing man, blonde, Shot of mirror reflecting semi-nude women, Laughing blonde, man on beach, they kiss (night), Rear view of naked women as they enter ocean (VERY DARK), Stoned men find women's clothes, Men chase naked women (VERY DARK, repeat), CU gangsters chat, Woman says "Oh, Dick, I love you!" (VERY DARK), Man, blonde cuddle (night), Sofa blocks shot as naked women run into room, grab clothes, men catch up, Embarrassed women hold clothes, Alarmed man exits room, Dejected man (night), Scared group, CU gangster lectures group (about perils of becoming juvenile delinquents), CU hand turns key in lock, Headline: GIRL DROWNED AS AFTERMATH OF BEACH PARTY, Blonde, mom, third woman argue, CU dog watches (repeat), Blonde yells, Blonde picks up, hugs dog, Car arrives, Blonde exits house, Blonde, man talk at car, CU sad blonde, CU man talks, Gangster puts down newspaper, reveals face, Man, gangster talk, Men on fishing boats at dock, Men take bales off boat (repeat), Gangster waits at car, turns out later he's a cop, but looks very sinister, Gangster into car, Man walk to building (ATLAS IMPERIAL), Men drop bales, run from car, Gangster out of car, shoots at men, Men run through alley, one climbs wall, Gangsters pursue, shoot, Man down from wall, Gangster looks, Man runs, Gangster fires gun, Gangsters pursue, Man climbs to roof of dock, Gangsters into building, Blood drips on floor, Man falls on floor, passes out, Headline: POPULAR YOUNG BACHELOR MORGAN STEWART TO WED, Headline: CRIME DOES NOT PAY YOUTH KILLED AS POLICE SEIZE MARIJUANA SHIPMENT, Gangster answers door, blonde enters, they talk (repeat), CU nervous hands tear items, Hand pulls object from fireplace, Gangster puts drug in glass, squirts seltzer, Man gives blonde drink, she drinks, Letter reads "DEAR MOTHER YOU NEED NOT WORRY ABOUT ME ANY MORE I AM GOING AWAY FOR A WHILE ELAINE FILLS YOUR HEART ANYWAY BURMA", Woman, mother read letter, mother cries, woman kneels at mother's feet, embrace, Man, woman talk, Woman readies to leave at train station next to "KEEP OUT" sign, Car pulls up, Gangsters exit car, Gangsters visit blonde in hospital room, Blonde in hospital bed, They talk, Unhappy blonde, Blonde drinks champagne, Man pours champagne, They talk, Blonde smokes, Blonde on sofa, Blonde applies makeup, CU item changes hands, Headline" MARIHUANA SMOKING SHOWS ALARMING INCREASE, Montage money, drugs change hands, women screaming on soundtrack, Headline: NARCOTICS BRING RUIN, Headline: FEDERAL ENFORCEMENT POWERLESS TO SUPPRESS MARIHUANA TRAFFIC, Headline: WAVE OF BRUTAL CRIMES LAID TO MARIHUANA SMOKING, CU woman's hands she puts on ring, Blonde enters room, talks to woman, CU hands take drugs from purse, CU hands put drugs into purse, Woman desperate for drugs, CU woman's jeweled hands folded, CU hand drops ring into purse, takes drugs out, Exit blonde, woman prepares drugs, Ext. apartment house, people enter, Couple with little girl, Blonde watches, Girl falls, parents pick her up, Gangsters talk (repeat), Enter blonde, they talk, Blonde says "Wait, I gotta take a pop on this", Now tough blonde lights cigarette, talks (repeat), Headline: DOPING SCANDAL, hand opens bottle of milk on newspapers, Hand pours beer from glass, Gangster gives glass to blonde, CU blonde's hand pours milk into glass, Blonde gives glass of milk to little girl, CU girl shakes head "no", Girl cries, CU tough blonde, Gangsters, blonde talk, Man, woman talk, Woman upset exits, Man searches phone book, CU finger on page ("EMERGENCY CALLS"), CU typewriter types on form, apparently exposition but not legible, Gangster, lampshade on head, makes shadow animals for girl, she guesses them, CU Shirley Temple-like mugging, He barks like dog, she tickles him, CU girl pets air, says "nice kitty", Plainclothes cops off elevator, look around, More play with child, Girl says "Where's my mother?", Cops ring bell, Man scolds girl, she cries, CU man wears lampshade (FUNNY), Man walks through doors, Cop knocks, Man closes doors, Man opens door, cops knock him down, CU handcuffs go on ("You'll find out you flatfoot"), Cops throw man on chair, Girl imitates cat (FUNNY), Cops question man, CU cop twists man's arm, says "that's for you to find out, you flatfoot!", Cops search room, Hands pull drawer out, find drugs, Cops enter room, find girl, Man with cane paces sidewalk (repeat, night), Blonde walks by (night), Man looks (night), Man, blonde speak in dark (repeat, night), Blonde throws girl's coat to man (night), CU hand takes cash from coat, puts back (night), CU gangster gagged (woman asks for ransom), Gangster off elevator, Hand cradles pistol, Cop listens at door, Gangster unlocks door, Lights go out, fire is started, CU fire in waste basket in dark room, Gangster goes to put out fire, Cops arrest gangster, Blonde exits elevator, super of gangsters talking to her, Blonde walks down hall, Super of blonde talking to herself, Blonde lifts skirt, injects drug into thigh, CU stunned blonde (walks in like zombie with blank, shocked expression), Cop, little girl, Blonde high, faints (dies?), gangsters help, Door closes on cop, girl, Drug packets fall out of blonde's clothes (mostly marijuana cigarettes)
LAC-42 16mm Beta SP
JUVENILE JUSTICE
Migrants: Ceuta, the road to freedom
A2 / France 2
COPS ARREST TEENS IN STOLEN CAR - 1960S
In this excerpt from an educational film on why crime does not pay three teenage boys are arrested for stealing and wrecking a car. One boy is treated by paramedics while the other two are placed in handcuffs with an excellent CU of the cuffs being locked on.
What did I do to deserve this?
4k video footage of an unrecognizable man wearing hand cuffs behind his back while trying to get out of it
JUVENILE JUSTICE
CUTAWAY TO VS OUTSIDE PRISON. VS OF BARBED WIRE FENCE. CUTAWAY TO INT SHOT OF PRISON HALLS. VS OF PRISON CELLS. INTV W/ JUVENILE INMATES. BRIEF SHOT OF ARREST BEING MADE. BRIEF SHOT OF TEENS ON STREET. NIGHT SCENES OF POLICE ON PATROL. CU OF GRAFFITI ON BUILDING. CU OF TEENS IN HANDCUFFS.
1970s: Police officers shut door of patrol car and pound on van door
Considers the hazards of hitchhiking and the alternatives to hitchhiking. The opinions of young people both for and against hitchhiking provide the narration
PA-3587 Beta SP; PA-0739 Digibeta
Moment of Decision!
JUVENILE JUSTICE
CUTAWAY TO VS OUTSIDE PRISON. VS OF BARBED WIRE FENCE. CUTAWAY TO INT SHOT OF PRISON HALLS. VS OF PRISON CELLS. INTV W/ JUVENILE INMATES. BRIEF SHOT OF ARREST BEING MADE. BRIEF SHOT OF TEENS ON STREET. NIGHT SCENES OF POLICE ON PATROL. CU OF GRAFFITI ON BUILDING. CU OF TEENS IN HANDCUFFS.
Prostitution of minors: investigation into a disturbing phenomenon
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Migration crisis. Algeria, transit country to Europe
France 24
JUVENILE JUSTICE
CUTAWAY TO VS OUTSIDE PRISON. VS OF BARBED WIRE FENCE. CUTAWAY TO INT SHOT OF PRISON HALLS. VS OF PRISON CELLS. INTV W/ JUVENILE INMATES. BRIEF SHOT OF ARREST BEING MADE. BRIEF SHOT OF TEENS ON STREET. NIGHT SCENES OF POLICE ON PATROL. CU OF GRAFFITI ON BUILDING. CU OF TEENS IN HANDCUFFS.
SCHOOL VANDALS (03/04/1997)
THREE 12 YEAR-OLDS ARE ARRESTED OR VANDALIZING AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN LONGWOOD, FL.
Alex Jones (Sandy Hook Civil Trials) - (Day 1) - DEFENSE OPENING STATEMENT - ANDINO REYNAL - DEFENSE ATTORNEY
TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS - JULY 26: 11:32:37 some of the people that went, wasnt different than any other school shooting - blue every time, america is most dangerous place in the world and red every time its again here they are taking - thats the way things work and no different at sandy hook, hours after event every major news source was there and calling infowars in austin was also covering - it was big news and infowars never contested children died and you will watch video i was frankly surprised you will watch them - were covering it and it was botched and used to push gun legislation hear they will admit that investigation and the coverage of event was botched at first - i dont know but hear CNN misidentified the shooter and put this mans picture up from NJ for 4 hrs and he was real killer and reported there was another man in handcuffs that day, people arrested - chaos and thats what happened unfortently in this case the chaos and bad coverage led. lot of people to die 11:35:28 (Footage by Law&Crime via Getty Images)
US Handcuffs
AP-APTN-0930: US Handcuffs Wednesday, 18 April 2012 STORY:US Handcuffs- Police handcuff US 6-year-old for tantrum LENGTH: 01:55 FIRST RUN: 0230 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound/English/Part mute SOURCE: WMAZ STORY NUMBER: 737202 DATELINE: Milledgeville - 17 April 2012 LENGTH: 01:55 WMAZ - STRICTLY NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA/MANDATORY COURTESY "13WMAZ" SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of Dray Swicord, Milledgeville interim Police Chief, walking to podium, colleague follows 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dray Swicord, Milledgeville interim Police Chief: "The officer made contact with the principal, and counsellor, and the student inside the principal's office. A brief conversation between the officer and principal revealed the damage done by the student, as well as the student trying to run away from the school several times. The officer noted all the damage, placed the student in handcuffs, for the student's safety as well as others. The officer and the school administrators continued to attempt to reach the parent or guardian and was unsuccessful. The officer transported the student handcuffed to the police station. Upon arrival at the station, the handcuffs were removed, she was led to our patrol briefing room where she was given something to drink while we continued to try to reach a parent or guardian." 3. Wide of Creekside Elementary School sign 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dray Swicord, Milledgeville Interim Police Chief "The student will not be charged with any crime because of her age, but will be monitored by social agencies for any other assistance." 5. Close-up of Salecia Johnson's hands behind back 6. Close-up of Johnson's face 7. Low shot of Johnson pointing to wrist, UPSOUND: (English) "Right here" 8. Close-up of Constance Ruff, Johnson's mother 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Constance Ruff, mother of Salecia Johnson: "All of us have mood swings some days. She's just, I guess that was just one of her bad days that day." 10. Wide of Johnson's home 11. Close-up of feet on rocking chair 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Candace Ruff, aunt of Salecia Johnson: "She may have misbehaved but I don't think she actually misbehaved to the point that she should have been handcuffed and taken downtown to the police department." 13. Mid of Creekside Elementary School sign 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Earnest Johnson, father of Salecia Johnson: "Six-year-old, kindergartner, I mean they didn't have no business calling the police and handcuffing my child." 15. Wide of Creekside Elementary School ++MUTE++ 16. Close-up of Salecia Johnson ++MUTE++ 17. Wide of Johnson and family on terrace ++MUTE++ STORYLINE Local police in Georgia in the US were on Tuesday defending their decision to handcuff and take away a six-year-old who threw a tantrum at school. The family of Salecia Johnson criticised her treatment and said she was badly shaken. Salecia was accused of tearing items off walls and throwing books and toys in an outburst on Friday at Creekside Elementary School in the city of Milledgeville, around 90 miles from Atlanta. Authorities said she also threw a small shelf that struck the principal on the leg, jumped on a paper shredder and attempted to break a glass frame. Police refused to say what set off the tantrum. The school called police, and when an officer tried to calm the child in the principal's office, she resisted, authorities said. "A brief conversation between the officer and principal revealed the damage done by the student, as well as the student trying to run away from the school several times," said interim Police Chief Dray Swicord on Tuesday. Salecia was then was handcuffed "for the student's safety as well as others." Swicord said that after school administrators could not reach Johnson's parents, she was taken away in a patrol car. "Upon arrival at the station, the handcuffs were removed, she was lead to our patrol briefing room where she was given something to drink while we continued to reach a parent or guardian," Swicord said. He said the girl will not be charged with a crime because she is too young. The girl's aunt, Candace Ruff, went with the Salecia's mother to pick her up from the police station. "She may have misbehaved but I don't think she actually misbehaved to the point where she should have been handcuffed and taken downtown to the police department," Ruff said on Tuesday. She also claimed Salecia was in a holding cell and complained about the handcuffs. Salecia's mother, Constance Ruff, said her daughter was suspended and cannot return to school until August. "All of us have mood swings some days," Ruff said. "She's just, I guess this was just one of her bad days that day." Johnson's father, Earnest Johnson, added that police have "no business calling the police and handcuffing my child." The incident has fired up a debate over whether teachers and police are overreacting with disruptive students. Some juvenile authorities say arrests of very young students are rising because of zero-tolerance policies and an increased police presence on school grounds over the past two decades because of tragedies like the Columbine High massacre in Colorado. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 04-18-12 0534EDT
Kids - & - Crime (10/05/1998)
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice celebrates its 4th anniversary with the release of figures showing a drop in overall juvenile crime -- and an increase in arrests.
Drug crime problems in Washington:
Drug crime problems in Washington:; USA: Washington: NIGHT LBV Ambulance with lights flashing and siren wailing away along road towards floodlit Capitol building INT AMBULANCE CMS Ambulanceman speaking into mouthpiece to control SOF TCMS Injured man as medics treat him and oxygen mask over face, face obscured to prevent identification TILT UP medic EXT MS Men and injured on trolley wheeled towards TMS Men carrying stretcher with injured person TMS Woman drug addict lying down and treated by medics INT MS Hospital staff wheel injured person on trolley towards EXT LS Dome of Capitol building (misty) PULL OUT buildings NIGHT MS Three prostitutes chatting on street as another joins them INT CMS COURTLAND MILLOY (Washington Post) INTVW SOF (Like death being spread throughout the land) "The real problem is -- throughout the land ...." EXT/DAY MS SIDE Rees walking along with Milloy MS Ditto towards INT CMS COURTLAND MILLOY INTVW SOF (Few black men reach his age of 37) ".. friend of mine -- I'm 37" EXT/NIGHT CMS Black plain clothes policeman escorting arrested black man (arrested in connection with drugs) BV Ditto ZOOM IN handcuffs on arrested man MS Black youth spreadeagled against wall as plain clothes police body search him MS Black plain clothes policeman pushes black man against bonnet of car and holds him down INT CMS Marion Barry (Mayor of Washington) at press conference saying he was never involved in drugs of any kind at any time SOF MS SIDE press filming CMS Mayor speaking PULL OUT as R-L MS Mayor shakes hands with men CMS Two black youths as one speaking in drug rehabilitation centre MS Group in therapy session as same youth talking CMS SIDE black girl and boy listening MS Black youths listening TILT UP another ditto EXT CMS KEN REES I/C NIGHT LBV Ambulance with light flashing and siren wailing as away down road towards floodlit Capitol building TX 24.1.89/NAT
Child prostitution: 150 pimps arrested
A2 / France 2
US Handcuffs
AP-APTN-0630: US Handcuffs Wednesday, 18 April 2012 STORY:US Handcuffs- Police handcuff US 6-year-old for tantrum LENGTH: 01:55 FIRST RUN: 0230 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound/English/Part mute SOURCE: WMAZ STORY NUMBER: 737202 DATELINE: Milledgeville - 17 April 2012 LENGTH: 01:55 WMAZ - STRICTLY NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA/MANDATORY COURTESY "13WMAZ" SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of Dray Swicord, Milledgeville interim Police Chief, walking to podium, colleague follows 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dray Swicord, Milledgeville interim Police Chief: "The officer made contact with the principal, and counsellor, and the student inside the principal's office. A brief conversation between the officer and principal revealed the damage done by the student, as well as the student trying to run away from the school several times. The officer noted all the damage, placed the student in handcuffs, for the student's safety as well as others. The officer and the school administrators continued to attempt to reach the parent or guardian and was unsuccessful. The officer transported the student handcuffed to the police station. Upon arrival at the station, the handcuffs were removed, she was led to our patrol briefing room where she was given something to drink while we continued to try to reach a parent or guardian." 3. Wide of Creekside Elementary School sign 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dray Swicord, Milledgeville Interim Police Chief "The student will not be charged with any crime because of her age, but will be monitored by social agencies for any other assistance." 5. Close-up of Salecia Johnson's hands behind back 6. Close-up of Johnson's face 7. Low shot of Johnson pointing to wrist, UPSOUND: (English) "Right here" 8. Close-up of Constance Ruff, Johnson's mother 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Constance Ruff, mother of Salecia Johnson: "All of us have mood swings some days. She's just, I guess that was just one of her bad days that day." 10. Wide of Johnson's home 11. Close-up of feet on rocking chair 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Candace Ruff, aunt of Salecia Johnson: "She may have misbehaved but I don't think she actually misbehaved to the point that she should have been handcuffed and taken downtown to the police department." 13. Mid of Creekside Elementary School sign 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Earnest Johnson, father of Salecia Johnson: "Six-year-old, kindergartner, I mean they didn't have no business calling the police and handcuffing my child." 15. Wide of Creekside Elementary School ++MUTE++ 16. Close-up of Salecia Johnson ++MUTE++ 17. Wide of Johnson and family on terrace ++MUTE++ STORYLINE Local police in Georgia in the US were on Tuesday defending their decision to handcuff and take away a six-year-old who threw a tantrum at school. The family of Salecia Johnson criticised her treatment and said she was badly shaken. Salecia was accused of tearing items off walls and throwing books and toys in an outburst on Friday at Creekside Elementary School in the city of Milledgeville, around 90 miles from Atlanta. Authorities said she also threw a small shelf that struck the principal on the leg, jumped on a paper shredder and attempted to break a glass frame. Police refused to say what set off the tantrum. The school called police, and when an officer tried to calm the child in the principal's office, she resisted, authorities said. "A brief conversation between the officer and principal revealed the damage done by the student, as well as the student trying to run away from the school several times," said interim Police Chief Dray Swicord on Tuesday. Salecia was then was handcuffed "for the student's safety as well as others." Swicord said that after school administrators could not reach Johnson's parents, she was taken away in a patrol car. "Upon arrival at the station, the handcuffs were removed, she was lead to our patrol briefing room where she was given something to drink while we continued to reach a parent or guardian," Swicord said. He said the girl will not be charged with a crime because she is too young. The girl's aunt, Candace Ruff, went with the Salecia's mother to pick her up from the police station. "She may have misbehaved but I don't think she actually misbehaved to the point where she should have been handcuffed and taken downtown to the police department," Ruff said on Tuesday. She also claimed Salecia was in a holding cell and complained about the handcuffs. Salecia's mother, Constance Ruff, said her daughter was suspended and cannot return to school until August. "All of us have mood swings some days," Ruff said. "She's just, I guess this was just one of her bad days that day." Johnson's father, Earnest Johnson, added that police have "no business calling the police and handcuffing my child." The incident has fired up a debate over whether teachers and police are overreacting with disruptive students. Some juvenile authorities say arrests of very young students are rising because of zero-tolerance policies and an increased police presence on school grounds over the past two decades because of tragedies like the Columbine High massacre in Colorado. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 04-18-12 0231EDT
[Undocumented minors will no longer go to detention centre]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
CAT ABUSED / TEENS ARRESTED (1998)
FOUR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA TEENAGERS SPENT THE NIGHT IN JAIL ACCUSED OF BEATING AND BURNING A CAT.
How do magicians do it?
4k video footage of an unrecognizable man wearing hand cuffs on his hands while trying to get out of it