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Anti-violence activist shot teen through head

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BOSTON (AP) — A former high school dean and anti-violence advocate nicknamed “Rev” for his pastor-like influence was sentenced Friday to up to 26 years in prison for shooting and nearly killing a student he had recruited to sell marijuana for him.

Shaun Harrison, 58 was sentenced a day after a Suffolk Superior Court jury convicted him of armed assault with intent to murder and other charges.

Harrison, a dean at Boston English High School, recruited 17-year-old Luis Rodriguez to sell marijuana for him at the school and shot him on March 3, 2015, because he believed the student was not generating enough sales and withholding money, prosecutors said. Harrison joined the school as a dean a few months before the shooting and was fired afterward.

http://www.crimeonline.com/2018/06/01/drug-dealer-dean-gets-up-to-26-years-for-shooting-student-who-sold-drugs-for-him/

Sometimes it's the one you least suspect!

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Piney
3 minutes ago, The Caspian Hare said:

Sometimes it's the one you least suspect!

I'm not surprised after surviving the Camden New Jersey school system....

I noticed as a kid in the hood it was always the "big brother-mentor" type guy who had the most skeletons..... or was a outright pedo..  

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prosecutors said. Harrison joined the school as a dean a few months before the shooting and was fired afterward.

Well I guess there is that.

 

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