Rate these two Chads who "sexually bullied" naked incel in the locker room.

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FRANKFORT — Two former Clinton Prairie High School students face felony charges stemming from allegations that they bullied a freshman on multiple occasions inside a school locker room earlier this spring.
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]
Kyle Johnson, 19, and Austin Martin, 18, appeared in Clinton Superior Court Tuesday afternoon to face six charges each: three counts of Class D felony criminal confinement and three counts of Class B misdemeanor battery.
The charges involved three incidents since spring break in which the underclassman was grabbed, tickled and slapped, and was touched on or around his butt.[/font]


[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]According to a probable cause affidavit, the victim told investigators that Martin restrained him "in a bearhug fashion," pinning him against a locker or wall while Johnson would slap the victim's butt "and lift up hard on his butt cheeks."[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]The victim reported that he was wearing shorts or underwear when each of the three incidents occurred.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Two juveniles who witnessed the locker room incidents corroborated the victim's account in essence.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Indiana State Police reported in May that it was investigating the allegations as possible incidents of "sexual battery." The formal charges brought against Johnson and Martin, however, don't allege misconduct of a sexual nature.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Clinton County Prosecutor Tony Sommer said the charges are based on ISP's findings. Additional charges could be filed at a later date if further information comes to light.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"Initially there were overtones of a sexual nature to the complaint," Sommer said, "because witnesses had recounted that there was taunting that accompanied these batteries and confinement.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"Those taunts involved threats that they were going to assault his person in the nature of inserting a finger in his anus." he said.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Sommer said the victim wasn't the first to report the incidents to school personnel. The school is about 30 miles northwest of Indianapolis.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"Initially it came to the attention of other students because there was an Instragram video that was posted to Snapchat," he said, "and because of that conduct, other students came forward and caused school authorities to look into the incident."[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Sommer said that prosecutors don't have access to the video but that such a recording would be submitted as evidence if it were to become available.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Instagram and Snapchat are mobile apps used to share still images and videos. Most content shared via Snapchat can be viewed only by the recipient for a maximum of 10 seconds before being automatically deleted.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]The three Class D felonies faced by each defendant could possibly be entered as Class A misdemeanors, Sommer said, if the mitigating factors substantially outweigh the aggravating factors in the case. That won't be determined until much later in the process, though.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"The truth is something we discern after a long, vigorous process," he said.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Sommer said the victim was not injured.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Johnson and Martin each posted $500 cash bond after being booked at Clinton County Jail.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Judge Justin Hunter entered preliminary pleas of not guilty for both defendants and scheduled a trial for Sept. 9.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]The defendants had been seniors on course to graduate, but they were "suspended pending expulsion" after repeated incidents of locker room abuse were alleged, said Superintendent Chris Sampson.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]He said Tuesday that the expulsion process had concluded for one of the two defendants.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]When a student is expelled, Sampson said, he or she has the opportunity to earn "recovery credits" through an online education program offered by the school. The students won't be permitted to walk for graduation, but they could earn a diploma on their own time, he said.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]While parents haven't complained to him directly, Sampson said some people have taken to "anonymous blogs" to voice concerns about the lack of information being released by Clinton Prairie officials concerning the locker room bullying.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Sampson said he and other school administrators have communicated in a timely and comprehensive manner with everyone directly involved.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"This is a discipline incident that involved three kids, and we've dealt with the folks involved," he said.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]In response to the incident, the school ramped up adult supervision in the locker rooms, but Sampson said bullying is a problem that has cropped up pretty much everywhere.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"I think everybody is keenly aware of the bullying situation that permeates our society," he said. "It permeates all levels of society."[/font]
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Rammstein said:



FRANKFORT — Two former Clinton Prairie High School students face felony charges stemming from allegations that they bullied a freshman on multiple occasions inside a school locker room earlier this spring.
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]
Kyle Johnson, 19, and Austin Martin, 18, appeared in Clinton Superior Court Tuesday afternoon to face six charges each: three counts of Class D felony criminal confinement and three counts of Class B misdemeanor battery.
The charges involved three incidents since spring break in which the underclassman was grabbed, tickled and slapped, and was touched on or around his butt.[/font]


[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]According to a probable cause affidavit, the victim told investigators that Martin restrained him "in a bearhug fashion," pinning him against a locker or wall while Johnson would slap the victim's butt "and lift up hard on his butt cheeks."[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]The victim reported that he was wearing shorts or underwear when each of the three incidents occurred.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Two juveniles who witnessed the locker room incidents corroborated the victim's account in essence.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Indiana State Police reported in May that it was investigating the allegations as possible incidents of "sexual battery." The formal charges brought against Johnson and Martin, however, don't allege misconduct of a sexual nature.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Clinton County Prosecutor Tony Sommer said the charges are based on ISP's findings. Additional charges could be filed at a later date if further information comes to light.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"Initially there were overtones of a sexual nature to the complaint," Sommer said, "because witnesses had recounted that there was taunting that accompanied these batteries and confinement.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"Those taunts involved threats that they were going to assault his person in the nature of inserting a finger in his anus." he said.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Sommer said the victim wasn't the first to report the incidents to school personnel. The school is about 30 miles northwest of Indianapolis.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"Initially it came to the attention of other students because there was an Instragram video that was posted to Snapchat," he said, "and because of that conduct, other students came forward and caused school authorities to look into the incident."[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Sommer said that prosecutors don't have access to the video but that such a recording would be submitted as evidence if it were to become available.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Instagram and Snapchat are mobile apps used to share still images and videos. Most content shared via Snapchat can be viewed only by the recipient for a maximum of 10 seconds before being automatically deleted.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]The three Class D felonies faced by each defendant could possibly be entered as Class A misdemeanors, Sommer said, if the mitigating factors substantially outweigh the aggravating factors in the case. That won't be determined until much later in the process, though.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"The truth is something we discern after a long, vigorous process," he said.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Sommer said the victim was not injured.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Johnson and Martin each posted $500 cash bond after being booked at Clinton County Jail.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Judge Justin Hunter entered preliminary pleas of not guilty for both defendants and scheduled a trial for Sept. 9.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]The defendants had been seniors on course to graduate, but they were "suspended pending expulsion" after repeated incidents of locker room abuse were alleged, said Superintendent Chris Sampson.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]He said Tuesday that the expulsion process had concluded for one of the two defendants.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]When a student is expelled, Sampson said, he or she has the opportunity to earn "recovery credits" through an online education program offered by the school. The students won't be permitted to walk for graduation, but they could earn a diploma on their own time, he said.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]While parents haven't complained to him directly, Sampson said some people have taken to "anonymous blogs" to voice concerns about the lack of information being released by Clinton Prairie officials concerning the locker room bullying.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]Sampson said he and other school administrators have communicated in a timely and comprehensive manner with everyone directly involved.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"This is a discipline incident that involved three kids, and we've dealt with the folks involved," he said.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]In response to the incident, the school ramped up adult supervision in the locker rooms, but Sampson said bullying is a problem that has cropped up pretty much everywhere.[/font]
[font=Helvetica, Symbol, Arial, sans-serif]"I think everybody is keenly aware of the bullying situation that permeates our society," he said. "It permeates all levels of society."[/font]
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This is prison rape territory. It must feel horribly emasculating to be tickled and felt up by other guys like you're a girl and be too timid to do anything about it...also like a girl.
 

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they both have good eye areas(guy on the left just has a weird expression) but yeah not rly facially chads. they are def very high T though which matters more at their looks level.
 
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This is what triggers Balkancels, Italiancels, and ethnikcels and makes them so vicious in their choice of words when coping online. Truth is, most of them have been sexually assaulted by Anglo chads like these in high school.
 

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Terminal Assrape said:
This is what triggers Balkancels, Italiancels, and ethnikcels and makes them so vicious in their choice of words when coping online. Truth is, most of them have been sexually assaulted by Anglo chads like these in high school.
Being young, white and good looking is a pretty reliable predictor for being  a victim of jailhouse rape. One study done in the 70's interviewed a total of 10 ex-cons. Five were admitted prison rapists and 5 were victims of prison rape. Four of the rapists were black and 1 hispanic. Four of the victims were white, 1 hispanic. All 18-25 years old. The ironic thing was that the rapists claimed to be heterosexual and outside of prison to only have relations with women. The victims all used to claim a heterosexual status prior to prison, but after being released, they claimed to be exclusively homosexual and one even hustled as a male prostitute.
 

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They look more like incel psychos

They prob torture animals too
 

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UGLY HOMOSEXUAL SUB-HUMAN PARASITES.

KEEP COPING, YOU LITTLE BITCH.

KILL YOURSELF, YOU WORTHLESS LOSER.
 
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Chads lel, trailer trash more like.

Terminal Assrape said:
Truth is, most of them have been sexually assaulted by Anglo chads like these in high school.
This board is literally the twilight zone lol. Even if such a thing were true, you would be basically saying that as a people they are repressed homosexuals. The average whitecel is afraid to walk the same sidewalk as a nigga. Don't project your curry desires on everyone else. Because that IS the only way a curry is going to get action lel.
 
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