white crime

frostbite883  asked:

DC AU Question: If Captain Cold was a guest instructor for a students of basically a super villain school, how good would he be in teaching the kids the ins and outs of villainy?

See now this makes me think of something like an “Academy of Villainy and Evildoing” or something. And with a whole academy, I’d wonder what class Len is teaching?

Subjects that would exist are things like “Masterplans” with units on evil monologues and trapping the heroes; “Planning” with units on the importance of casing and organizing; “Henchmen Skills” which is sort of a mixed bag but teaches them all how to work on a crew; “Pirates / Rogues Codes” with all the understood rules and shared language and traditions of villainy, and some options for the later years like “Grifting / Conning”, “Hacking”, “White Collar Crime” and “Grand Theft Auto”.

But I think Len would be teaching “Stealing and Thieving”, with different grades/years focusing on units like pickpocketing, how to perfect the b & e, ATMs and bank robberies done right, burglary and jewel heists, and art theft (and pricing it). Things like “how to fence your wares” would be taught here too, but that would overlap with skills taught in some of the other classes, same with “the getaway” (overlaps with “Henchmen Skills”).

Anyway, all that silliness aside, Len would be a very hands-on teacher. He’d have a high expectation of people coming to his class ready to think and consider and do. Lessons would be demonstrations and practicing on each other, with practical homework like pickpocketing one item off a friend, etc. There would be longer (sometimes semester-long) projects for planning a whole job, and maybe even orchestrating the job at the end of term, and he’d be grading them all on-site at the heist. Of course before that, there would be field trips for casing jobs, like trips to museums or banks in small groups.

It couldn’t all be hands on. He’d want to teach them how to read blueprints and about things that will help them on jobs, like liquid nitrogen and other unexpected tools. Planning and designing really tight plans would especially be an expectation of his class, with points awarded for outside-the-box thinking. Research papers, omg. He’d probably assign research papers for the higher grades.

But yeah, he’d be a good instructor for the students who are there to learn, and/or the ones who listen. He’d be patient so long as they aren’t destructive to the overall plan, but would have very low tolerance for fooling around or any of the kids who fall out of line and endanger the plans (or even the casing of a job). He’d almost certainly play favorites, so I can’t say he’d be the most fair teacher. But he’d be good at it, on the whole, and not cruel, even if strict. Students would admire him, though some would probably be slightly afraid of him ^^;

White supremacist who stabbed Timothy Caughman to death regrets not killing “a young thug”

  • In an exclusive interview with the New York Daily News on Sunday, James Harris Jackson, 28, said he wished he’d murdered “a young thug” or a “successful older black man” instead of 66-year-old Timothy Caughman.
  • Jackson allegedly stabbed Caughman to death with an 18-inch blade on March 20.
  • “I didn’t know he was elderly,” Jackson, who reportedly chose his victim at random, said. He added that he would have preferred killing “a young thug” or “a successful older black man with blonds … people you see in Midtown. These younger guys that put white girls on the wrong path.”
  • Jackson traveled by bus from his home in Baltimore to New York City on March 17 with the intention of killing black men in order to deter white women from having interracial relationships with them, per reports.
  • Police later said that Jackson intended March 20 to be “practice” for a larger attack against black men in Times Square, though the suspect turned himself in to the authorities voluntarily two days later. Read more (3/27/17 12:30 PM)

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washingtonpost.com
Yelling ‘I hate white people’ and punching one isn’t a hate crime, Canadian judge rules
The judge said there was no evidence to determine what the indigenous woman meant by her words during the attack.
By https://www.facebook.com/peter.holley.923

She went up to a random white person, struck her as she called out she hates white people, and as she was arrested she claimed she did it because ‘the white man is out to get her’.

“There is no evidence either way about what the offender meant or whether … she holds or promotes an ideology which would explain why this assault was aimed at this victim. I am not satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that this offense was, even in part, motivated by racial bias.”

Clearly, nothing in the attack and what the thug said indicated a motive or ideology.

Translation: Hate crimes against white people are okay.

Oh, Canada…