PARENTS WALK OUT DURING GRADUATION: When Principal Says This About Cops ‘Killing Young Black Men’

These days you can’t go anywhere without hearing the race baiting narrative – not even your kid’s graduation apparently.

BELTON, Mo. – A controversial comment made by the Belton High School principal has his future with the district in question. Dr. Fred Skretta made a comment about police killing young black men while addressing the class of 2015 at the Belton High School graduation.

His comment about police killing young black men set off a firestorm of emotion among parents, students and community members. Some said it was like getting hit in the gut when they least expected it.

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“I wanted to be a teacher because I wanted to change the world, I wanted to make it a better place. I’m going to be honest with you, in a lot of ways I fear that we are not there yet. If we were there, we wouldn’t have conflicts between police killing young black men,” he said.

Read more: Fox 4


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