Entertainment In the United States, a mother takes incognito her daughter's place in college to denounce the lack of security
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Yellow Hoodie, John, basketball. By imitating the dress style of his daughter Julie, 13 years old, a mother managed to break incognito in her school. His idea: denounce the lack of security at the Ann Mr. Garcia-Enriquez Middle School, a college in the suburbs of El Paso in Texas.
The video of his infiltration, posted on social networks, was nearly a million views this Thursday, June 10 at the end of the afternoon, a week after being published on YouTube. On the images shot on June 1st, the user can see Casey Garcia, 30 years old, groans in his daughter, bring a hidden camera and film his day.
barely entered the school enclosure, she crosses the principal who said hello. The face half covered by a surgical mask, it also expresses in high voice its fear of being discovered ("I will so much make me catch"). And yet. First course, nothing. Second course, always nothing. On the contrary, the teachers call him by the first name of his daughter, without realizing the tuition.
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"There were too many killings in schools"
At the end of the day, a professor finally realized that she is not "Julie" and sends it to the office of the principal. Arrested and then questioned by the police she said, "There were too many killings in schools. It's sad to think that these dramas could have been avoided if there were metal detectors and more security, "the Hill.
video published on YouTube, it adds: "I did not want the video to become viral, but it clearly shows that we have a problem. I exhibited the dangers of our schools and I try to protect my children and yours. "
Finally, Casey Garcia was sentenced for criminal intrusion, falsifying government documents and had to pay a deposit of $ 7,908, about € 6,500. After its video, the school has announced that the safety measures of the facility would be reviewed and evaluated.
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