Letter to the Editor

November 26, 2015

On high school tweets

Dear Editor

After reviewing hundreds of Tweets , watching Superintendent Dianne Kelly’s comments on Fox 25 and the inequity of justice metered out by Principal Lourenco Garcia – and likewise their inaction against racial slurs and threats by students from Revere High School cast against Caley Godino, and racist comments tweeted against white people of Revere, I am appalled.

Additionally, no action by Principal Garcia or Superintendent Kelley against these students is condoning the racist Tweets. Therefore, they should resign.

I am disgusted at the lack of professionalism and bias.


George Rotondo

Revere City Councilor Elect

  • MissV

    “I disagree with what you have to say, but I will defend your right to say it” just not if you are a white girl. Is Lourenco Garcia standing with his/her students or his/her relatives and fellow hispanics? I think he/she ought to resign since he/she is clearly showing favoritism and possibly even racism. Punishing one for telling the truth because you don’t like it….only in liberal land.

  • MissV

    Oh, he’s a “Cape Verdean” and a former “refugee.” How nice. He’s also a former community activist. Home school!

  • SoWhatBubb

    As usual, another despicable act by the school potentates and bureaucrats. What rotten people they are, and they are in positions of authority and are un-fireable as government parasites. What these mindless clods have done to that poor girl is disgraceful, absolutely disgraceful. They should be fired and jailed.

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