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Friday, December 20, 2013

Sick teacher feeds hot sauce laced crayons to autistic kid.

Sicko teacher fed crayons laced with hot sauce to autistic child, keeps job
Lillian Gomez, (sick) teacher at Sunrise Elementary school in Kissimmee, Florida

A Florida elementary school may not fire a teacher who soaked crayons in hot sauce and then fed them to an autistic child, a judge has ruled.

Lillian Gomez, a teacher at Sunrise Elementary School in Kissimmee, Florida, put jumbo-sized coloring crayons in a cup with hot sauce. Days later, after the crayons were properly laced, she put them in a plastic bag with an autistic child’s name on it. The student had a tendency to eat art supplies, and this was Gomez’s method of deterring him from the behavior, according to ABC News.

The school considered her actions cruel, and fired her with little fanfare. But Gomez decided to fight her termination in court.
Today, an appeals court judge ruled that the district did not have grounds to fire Gomez. The teacher’s conduct was inappropriate, but not malicious enough to merit termination, said the judge.
As a result, the school district has little choice but to rehire Gomez.

Gomez will be placed at a different school, where she will still have access to autistic children.
The father of the child who was poisoned by Gomez said that she was a danger inside any classroom.
“What else can she do to prove to the system that she doesn’t have it?” he asked in a statement.
Gomez’s attorney maintained that though her methods were wrong, her goal was admirable.
When it comes to hot sauce-soaked crayons being fed to autistic children, it’s the thought that counts.

The National Autism Society of America told ABC News that there are ways to curb certain behaviors in autistic children that don't require abusive treatment, unlike Gomez's case.
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So, again a teacher who had proven malicious intent since she actually put his name on a bag of crayons laced with hot sauce, which could of killed him, gets away with it, with the help of the justice system. To be put in a position to abuse another autistic child?
This would be bad enough if this child was not autistic, but since he is, he has special behaviour that demands "understanding" not irrational, illegal and abusive acts.
I have 2 autistic grandchildren, and they have special needs and sometimes do one specific thing continuously, just like this child. And to attack this behaviour with an illegal aggressive act the way this "teacher" did would emotionally hurt them terribly...
Autistic kids need more patience from adults, and to think this thing is going to be able to do this again is scary.
The lack of understanding of autistic kids needs is a danger to them, in the story above we can clearly see the disturbing attitude towards this, lawyer said; "her goal was admirable???" and a judge said "her behaviour was not malicious???"
I mean how malicious can one get, lacing crayons with hot sauce which could kill a child???
 


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