Channel One News shows middle school students horrific NYC terror images

November 1, 2017
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Note to Channel One News: Some parents will not like your company exposing their child to disturbing images of terrorism.

 

From Jim Metrock:

Houghton Mifflin’s bad boy subsidiary Channel One has a history of showing inappropriate, often horrific, images to unsuspecting schoolchildren, some just out of elementary school.

Here is a small sampling of Channel One’s recklessness:

February 5, 2015 – Houghton Mifflin brings shocking footage of deadly airplane crash to children.

October 14, 2014 – Another horrific image on Channel One News.

September 16, 2013 – Horror and violence being sold to middle school kids by C.J. Kettler’s Channel One.

April 19, 2013 – “…blood everywhere.” Channel One brings horrific bombing images to middle school classrooms.

November 18, 2009 – Haehl and Folkemer To Kids: In Your Face!

September 28, 2007 – Jena 6

October 3, 2005 – Why Show This?

September 24, 2005 – “New” Channel One Piles On The Terror

March 30, 2004 – Channel One News Hall of Shame: The Pleasures Of Self-Mutilation

October 29, 2002 – Horror PSAs Continue On Channel One

October 19, 2001 – Making a music video of horrific 9/11 images

February 21, 2002 – Horrific Bat Mitzvah Shooting Shown On Channel One

April 17, 2007 – Channel One Makes Virginia Tech Killings Top Story

Today, November 1, 2017, Channel One led off their middle school broadcast with the terror attack in New York City.

Screenshot 1: Schoolchildren see a video clip of mangled bicycles.  Their young minds can image the dead and injured bodies from this disturbing image.

Screenshot 2: Then Channel One shows a clip of the terrorist running from the carnage.

Screenshot 3: Students see the terrorist on the ground in police custody.

Screenshot 4: This is one of the rare news stories that is covered by a Channel One News on-air personality. Tom Hanson gets his chance to cover a real story because it happened a few blocks from Channel One’s studio in Manhattan. This might be the reason Channel One’s producer thought it was a good idea to bring a big dose of terrorism into American middle schools.

Screenshot 5: The face of terror fills the classroom TV screen. Sorry, Channel One News did not forewarn teachers or school officials before running this story.

Screenshot 6: Yet ANOTHER clip showing busted bicycles. Once was not enough.

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