Insurance Co. Demands Deion Sanders Pay $43K Medical Bills For Son’s School Beatdown — Bossip

Deion Sanders and his ex-wife are solely to blame for their son’s brutal attack on a school employee – who suffered such severe injuries he had to undergo spinal surgery.

That’s according to the school’s insurance company, which is demanding the NFL legend be ordered to pay $43,000 for the costs of their employee John Darjean’s medical bills. Darjean, an employee at the Dallas high school that Deion’s son attends, sued Deion and his ex-wife Pilar in Dallas County Court demanding mire than one million dollars in damages for the brutal attack at the hands of their offspring.

Darjean said in court papers that he tried to confiscate Deion’s teenage son’s cellphone – which was being used despite school rules banning the use of the device – and it caused the kid to go nuts and brutally beat down the employee. The alleged assault was so bad he needed to go to a local hospital and ended up having spinal surgery.

Earlier this year, the man’s insurance company filed suit over the attack and is seeking $26,000 from the former couple to reimburse the payout they sent Darjean following the attack. The company has accused Deion’s son of having a history of reckless conduct and have blamed his parents for not doing anything to fix his behavior. That lawsuit is still pending and Deion nor Pilar have responded to the suit in court.

Deion has publically said the allegations are false and the man accusing his son of attacking him is a liar and called out the man’s character as being shady. But the school employee filed suit in Dallas County Court on June 20th, just days after Deion publically called him out for targeting his family due to their wealth.

Darjean said he acted in a reasonable and rational manner when asking Deion’s son for his cellular phone, but Shilo Sanders response was to physically assault him, causing him severe and permanent injuries including permanent neurological injuries and damage to his cervical spine.

He blames Deion and his ex-wife Pilar of failing to supervise their child and failing to raise him to not act like a savage in public.

 

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Mom Charged After Telling Teen Son Who Was Shot ‘Just Go To Bed’

  
A Florida mom is facing felony charges after she initially refused to take her 13-year-old son to the hospital after he was shot at a street party.

Latasha Staley said she didn’t want to get law enforcement involved when her son came to her about 5 a.m. suffering from a gunshot wound. She supposedly told the teen, “It looks like a graze; Just go to bed,” according to the police report.

Staley was arrested two days later at the Wendy’s restaurant where she works. She was charged with felony child neglect and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. The mother was previously tasked with supervising the teen, who was on probation for his involvement in an August shooting, auto theft and assault with a deadly weapon.

Christina Brown, a neighbor who heard about the street party shooting from her nephew, said:

“They want to party, they want to have fun and hang out, but where do you draw the line?”

Teacher Had Sex With 17 Year Old Student Says She Didn’t Know It Was Illegal

 

Photo: Dr Phil Show

 
Former high school teacher Tanya Ramirez pled guilty to sleeping with a 17-year-old student. Albeit her guilty plea, she says she doesn’t believe she did anything wrong and doesn’t understand why she was charged because the sex was “consensual.” She also believes she was “set up” because the student recorded the sexual act and immediately distributed the grainy video to at least 10 friends. 

The 10 second tape was eventually turned over to school officials, along with text messages the two had exchanged. She was fired and charged with improper relations with a student.

What’s even more shocking is that she shows 0% remorse and seems to be somewhat proud to tell her story. In fact, she claims to be the victim and is currently suing the student and his mother for defamation, among other things. What another brain wasted. 

Check out PART 1 of the interview with Tanya Ramirez:


In Part 2 of the interview the student recalls his version of events leading up to their sexual encounter:


In Part 3, the mother of the student gives her account of the matter and says she wishes her son had “never even met Ms Ramirez”:

Justifiable Juvenile Jailing vs Juvenile Execution

Killers Without Conscience

There are currently 19 statesthat allow the execution of 16 and 17 year olds for the commission of capital crimes and 73 people are currently on death row for crimes they committed when they were that age. However, the U.S. Supreme Court has already banned the executions of 15 year olds and fewer states now allow execution for all juveniles since that 1988 ruling. watch when children kill

A case study: Christopher Simmons
Christopher Simmons
was 17 years old when he was arrested for the September 9, 1993 murder of Shirley Crook. Crook’s body was found in the Meramec River in St. Louis County, Missouri. She had been tied with electric cable, leather straps and duct tape, had bruises on her body and fractured ribs. The cause of her death was ruled as drowning. Simmons had a family history of abuse, a possible mental condition and…

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President Obama Bans Solitary Confinement For Juveniles & Low Level Offenders 

  

WASHINGTON — President Obama is moving to ban solitary confinement for juveniles and low-level offenders in federal prisons, a change long sought by advocates of prison reform who argue the punishment exacts a devastating and permanent mental toll.Obama was influenced by a U.S. 

Department of Justice review that determined the practice reduces the chances that prisoners can be acclimated back into society, he said in a Washington Post op-ed piece.

Obama stated that solitary confinement has been “increasingly overused … with heartbreaking results,” and subsequently ordering federal penitentiaries to cease using the punishment on juvenile offenders in the federal prisons and on prisoners who committed non-serious offenses.

He went on to say that it may be necessary in case of violent or misbehaving prisoners, but otherswise “be limited, applied with constraints and used only as a measure of last resort.”

The White House said Obama was also adopting Justice Department recommendations that would limit solitary confinement for prisoners with mental illness and avoid using the practice as a tool to segregate prisoners who face threats from fellow inmates. He wrote in the Post that the move would affect 10,000 federal prisoners.

“The United States is a nation of second chances, but the experience of solitary confinement too often undercuts that second chance,” 

Obama wrote in the Post op-ed. 

“Those who do make it out often have trouble holding down jobs, reuniting with family and becoming productive members of society. Imagine having served your time and then being unable to hand change over to a customer or look your wife in the eye or hug your children. 
How can we subject prisoners to unnecessary solitary confinement, knowing its effects, and then expect them to return to our communities as whole people? It doesn’t make us safer. It’s an affront to our common humanity.” 

In his final year in office, Obama has said that he’d redouble his efforts on criminal justice reform, including improving conditions in federal prisons and encouraging states to adopt new rules that hew more closely to updated research on corrections facilities. In July he became the first sitting president to visit a federal prison, and he has spoken candidly about issues like prison rape and criminal re-entry programs.

The goal, officials have said, is to improve the chances that incarcerated Americans become functioning members of society after serving their sentences.