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January 13, 2010

GA teacher fired for putting "hit" on gay student

The Clayton County, Georgia, school board has fired a high school teacher accused of ordering a "hit" on a gay student, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports:

[Teacher Randolphe] Forde was arrested and charged in October with making terroristic threats against an 11th grade student in one of his classes. Authorities allege that Forde asked whether the student was gay, then offered $50 to a classmate to "put a hit" on the student.


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