12 Confessions of teachers who dared to tell how were their alumni before becoming a criminal

wLos schools are places for children to learn social skills, and intellectual, but in any case we expect there to be developed as potential criminals.

When children approach adolescence, the teachers appreciate first-hand the changes that are suffering. And although most of them have no importance, the behavior of some students can be scary.

12 Stories of former students who became criminals

1 – Lovely, but full of fears

12 Confesiones de profesores que se atrevieron a contar cómo eran sus exalumnos antes de convertirse en criminales
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“I had a student accused of murder and the other awaiting trial for the same thing. Both were cases of very violent crimes, but I have to admit that I was surprised. Both boys were very disrespectful to both teachers as well as with the rest of the students. Sometimes they were lovely, but had a great temperament and aversion to having to follow the rules.

Not to say that all of the students are so going to end up as killers, but it’s horrible when you’ve already thought ever: they are Going to kill someone some day”.

2- “Were bored”

“I had a student who soon began to attract attention in class. Barely knew how to read well, rising constantly, it was a student that they give you headaches, but suddenly one day disappeared. He and a friend ‘were bored’ and decided to kill the first guy that crossed your path.”

3 – Pointed ways

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“I was a boy a very strange, very pleasant with all the world but, when not looking at no one, moving the hands as if he were strangling someone. We received a hamster as a class pet, and a few days later was found dead with a broken neck. I imagined that it had been him, but I couldn’t blame him because he had no proof.

10 years later is in prison for stabbing a mother of two sons to steal the bag.”

4 – Suffered from attacks of rage

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“I was a high school student I had a lot of trouble controlling their impulses, in fact, was in the special education program and we also got along pretty well. In the background, I think that had a good heart.

Two years after graduation I read in the news that she had entered the jail because he was accused of murder in the second degree. His girlfriend had left him to his son while he worked, the boy started to cry, could not stand it and broke the skull.

I can’t say that I knew that was going to happen something awful, but I have to admit that I was not surprised.”

5 – sex Slave

“At school we had a child that we discovered that his mother esclavizaba sexually. Down continuously their pants in class, he sat naked and she was moving lewd to her companions. I hate to admit it, but although it has not yet committed any crime that I know of, I know one day I will. That boy was not well.”

6 – A child creepy

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“A few years ago I had a child really creepy. I was obsessed with teeth, everyone was wondering if I could tocárselos and he always said that they were very bright. I had an obsession with a friend and colleague, who wrote poems and she drew it, being stabbed by him. In the class, I was throwing pencils, rose continuously and throw everything to the ground. Spoke only, I mimicked.

When I was 12 years old, I remember my friend and I joked saying that when he grew up would be a serial killer or a rapist, even though what we thought actually.

Six years after he was arrested for masturbating in public in the store where he worked. We were not ill-aimed…”

7 – Intended to be a criminal

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“One of my former students has just entered the jail for a murder. Soon as I saw the case I remembered that I said that it would never be anyone because all their male relatives were in prison, and he had decided that he was destined to be a criminal.”

8 – Triple homicide

“When I taught special education classes, was a brilliant student who came from a home unstructured: his mother was a drug addict and he lived with his aunt. One day, he was accused in the school to steal bikes. Even though I knew that it had not been him, and I tried to avoid being punished, I didn’t make it and were kicked out 5 days. The guy I blamed my for his expulsion.

Two days after I gave up the tyres of the car. That same evening, I was standing waiting for the bus, when the guy went with a car and tried to shoot me. Several teachers and students saw what happened and tried to cover me up. I was put under official protection the rest of the school year. A few years later, I read in the newspaper that he had been arrested for three murders.”

9 – Expelled for fighting

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“I was in charge of teaching behavior to children emotionally disturbed. Most of my students were students terrible, but there was one in particular that had a severe case of challenge to the opposition. He had already been expelled for a fight. A few months later, he killed two people. What is true is that I was not surprised.”

10 – masturbating in class

“During my first year of teaching, half of course, they sent a student who was very defiant with authority and had a serious behavior problem. He would masturbate in class, in front of the rest of the students.

After a few years I searched his name on Google and I found that he had been accused, with only 16 years, having shot a woman who was walking with his son.”

11 – Of the lies in pathological sexual assault

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“I was teaching special education in the institute. Was an intelligent child, but he was a compulsive liar. Four years after he was arrested for sexual assault. He had always known that it would not be a type successful, but I also did not expect that he would get into that kind of trouble.”

12 – alumni

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“One day it occurred to me to look on Google to my former pupils and I saw some had charges of weapons possession and sale of drugs. But the worst was a girl who had charge of murder in the second degree.”

When you are a professor trying to make your students learn knowledge, and above all to be better people. But what they never expect is that the next time you hear from them is because they have become criminals.

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