...the end of year text message that Calverton teachers received their principal, Martia Cooper, instructing them to "please double check end of the year averages and make sure they are 60 and above." The message went on to say that any "averages below 60" should be "corrected" so that failing students could be pushed through the system.
They didn't want him to be grilled by TV hard-hitters fearing his answers to timeline questions could result in massive lawsuits from victims of the massacre. What are they hiding? Perhaps a slow response because they didn't want the police involved?
"I am so sorry to hear about the whole situation. What a horrible thing, except that he’s an unbelievable hero... Say hello to your children, and tell them your father he was a great hero that I respected..."
No one on the island has access to running, drinkable water, and with sewage systems destroyed, residents are contending with fears of diarrhea, dehydration, and dysentery. Much of the island still remains without power. For the vast majority of Dominicans, the choice to leave their home country isn’t financially available. More than 85 percent of houses have been damaged, and of those, more than a quarter simply do not exist anymore, leaving many of the residents homeless.