Police use stun gun as parents brawl at graduation

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Georgia police used a stun gun on at least one man when a brawl broke out among parents who were upset that they were not able to view their children’s graduation.

The graduation had to be moved indoors because of weather concerns, and the parents were upset at the fact that the gymnasium was not big enough to accommodate everyone who wanted to attend.

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“This is a once in a lifetime moment, and we can’t see our kids graduate,” said parent Wajeedah Price.

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“It was pushing and shoving, and don’t push me, don’t push, next thing you know, swings, arms, fists,” parent Janelle Carter said.

Another parent, Chet Boykin, said he had arrived two hours early but was still unable to attend. He suggested that it would have been better simply to hold the event another night.

“I was here at 5:30 p.m., and we still couldn’t get in,” Boykin said. “They should’ve stopped it and scheduled it for another day.”

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