igorveni wrote:I got back from the hospital and got everything documented, the doc measured the bruises on both arms and wrote a report.
I actually also learned that this guy owns a buxiban and teach in the school "birds" every other week.
I definitly want to give him a scare so he gets the point. I wouldn't go so far a sueing.
I can't see the principal until monday morning, so my idea is:
monday morning I'll see the principal and explain to him what happened, I'll bring the doc report.
I'll ask him to get that guy here so we can have a talk, get him to appologize to my son and pay the 1000$ for the medical report I did today or I'll file an official report, I'll try to explain this as calmly as possible, probably will get my wife to come along.
igorveni wrote:I don't want to sue the guy, all I want is an appology to my son and a promise it's never gonna happen again plus better security in school.
I really think some of the suggestions for recourse, except perhaps for Tigerman's suggestions, are a bit too tame.The guy will most likely not believe that he did anything wrong.
He committed a crime when he laid his hands on your son like that, and the school was negligent in allowing that to happen. When a crime has been committed or someone has been wronged, justice needs to be handed out. That is how a civil society is created.
LagerLout wrote:Perhaps my suggestions last night were a little over the top, but this scumbag must be made to understand that what he did to igor's son was a crime.
If anyone did this to my child, I really don't think I could stop myself from kicking the prick into the middle of next week.
Yes, yes, I know that violence isn't the answer to anything, but...
But the point is to teach the parents and the kids that violence isn't the way to deal with their problems. If someone did this to your kid, and you beat the crap out of that person, then your child would learn to think that that was an acceptable way to deal with his/her problems in the future. There are laws and legal systems for a reason. I believe it was Aristotle that said "the law is reason free from passion." Law is the basis of any civil society and should be put to use. Part of the problem with a truly civil society taking root here is that people try too often to settle things outside of the legal system instead of letting it do what it was made to do.
jdsmith wrote:Far better, IMVHO to give him a chance to learn...and never let him forget it. I would make him have dinner with me once a week for a year, or I'd sue. Change takes time.
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