(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Days after actor Jussie Smollett was sentenced to several weeks in prison for orchestrating a scandalous race hoax, a black teenager in New York was caught writing racist messages and attempting to frame white girls, the Post Millennial reported.
“This school is filled with a bunch of n***ers. Get out or else!!” the graffiti written on whiteboards Our Lady of Mercy Catholic School, located in Rochester, NY.
The school has refused to release the girl’s name, but has said that it will impose “maximal disciplinary action” against her.
For legal reasons, and in accordance with Mercy’s confidentiality practices, the student will not be identified. Mercy has zero tolerance for this kind of behavior; appropriate and maximum disciplinary action has been taken. 3/8
— Our Lady of Mercy NY (@OLM_HS) March 10, 2022
“For legal reasons, and in accordance with Mercy’s confidentiality practices, the student will not be identified. Mercy has zero tolerance for this kind of behavior; appropriate and maximum disciplinary action has been taken,” the school stated.
Administrators also said that they will work to ensure that such nonsense is addressed and does not happen again.
“We are a compassionate institution, built on a foundation of faith, hope, and love and made strong by the resilience of our students, families, faculty, staff, and everyone within the Circle of Mercy,” they wrote in a press statement.
“The road ahead will not be easy,” they continued, “but our love for each other and our school will light the way.”
According to Brighton Police Chief David Catholdi, after the school does not plan to pursue criminal charges.
“They have decided to handle the matter internally and not pursue criminal charges,” he said. “Therefore, we will not further identify the person.”