I’m going with that title, because the only response to this act is below the language standard I have set for myself on this blog.
Burglars have broken into a Christchurch special needs school and stolen thousands of dollars worth of equipment from disabled students struggling to come to terms with Saturday’s earthquake.
Ferndale Board of Trustee member Jacki Morris said staff arrived at the school this morning to find that burglars had climbed a fence and jimmied a window before stealing lap tops, digital video cameras and digital cameras.
“It’s not like low-end cheap stuff, this is high-end stuff we use to assess our pupils,” Ms Morris said.
The school caters for 40 students with mental and physical disabilities who are still struggling to come to terms with the massive magnitude 7.1 earthquake that hit Christchurch on Saturday.
Ms Morris described the break-in as a “kick in the guts”.
I’m generally not a big fan of schools spending a lot of money on high end technology, but this is a special needs class and any help they can get is a good thing.
Anyway, keep an eye out – these low-lifes need taken down.