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A Delaware judge on April 13, 2017 ruled a 17-year-old girl guilty of criminally negligent homicide in the April 2016 death of Amy Joyner-Francis after a fight in a high school bathroom. An autopsy found that Joyner-Francis died of sudden cardiac death, aggravated by physical and emotional stress.

3 Delaware Girls Charged in Fatal School Restroom Fight

3 Girls Charged in Fatal Delaware School Restroom Fight
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A 16-year-old girl died after she was assaulted at her Delaware high school,

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On Thursday a fight in a bathroom at Howard High School of Technology in Wilmington, Delaware, resulted in the death of 16-year-old Amy Inita Joyner-Francis. According to Principal Stanley Spoor the fight broke out as classes were just beginning, and several students participated in the incident. Badly injured, Joyner-Francis was transported via helicopter to A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children, where she died of her injuries.

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If you want your kid to be a certified badass, then send them to Hands Of Our Future Daycare in Delaware. Three employees were arrested after a video of them encouraging toddlers to fight each other surfaced.

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Hands Of Our Future Daycare employees were arrested for running a toddler fight club. Detectives made the arrest after a video of the encouraged fighting surfaced. The shocking video shows teachers telling children, “no pinching, only punching.”

According to the Dover Police Capt. Tim Stump daycare workers even made one of the kids continue fighting after he started crying and wanted to stop.

Three employees; Tiana Harris (19), Estefania Myres (21) and Lisa Parker (47), were arrested and charged with assault, endangering the welfare of a child, reckless endangerment and conspiracy. But honestly, we think it’s for breaking the first rule of Fight Club: You DO NOT talk about Fight Club.

Parents were rightfully furious about the video, and negligence of their children. Although police held a meeting to answer questions, they did not show the video to parents or the public because it is being held as evidence.

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If you want your kid to be a certified badass, then send them to Hands Of Our Future Daycare in Delaware. Three employees were arrested after a video of them encouraging toddlers to fight each other surfaced.

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Hands Of Our Future Daycare employees were arrested for running a toddler fight club. Detectives made the arrest after a video of the encouraged fighting surfaced. The shocking video shows teachers telling children, “no pinching, only punching.”

According to the Dover Police Capt. Tim Stump daycare workers even made one of the kids continue fighting after he started crying and wanted to stop.

Three employees; Tiana Harris (19), Estefania Myres (21) and Lisa Parker (47), were arrested and charged with assault, endangering the welfare of a child, reckless endangerment and conspiracy. But honestly, we think it’s for breaking the first rule of Fight Club: You DO NOT talk about Fight Club.

Parents were rightfully furious about the video, and negligence of their children. Although police held a meeting to answer questions, they did not show the video to parents or the public because it is being held as evidence.