Boston High School Dean, Reverend and Anti-Gun Activist, Arrested For Dealing Drugs and Shooting Student Dealer In Head “Execution Style”….

This story is beyond incredible, yet it obviously doesn’t fit the MSM narrative – hence it doesn’t make the news cycle.

Boston teacherA black Boston Public School Dean, Reverend Shaun Harrison (55), is arrested for shooting a student in the head execution style. Apparently Reverend Shaun Harrison, in addition to being a Dean at the school, was the primary drug dealer and the student he shot was one of his hires paid to sell marijuana.

The “Rev” Harrison was also a well known anti-gun/violence activist in the community.

You can’t make this stuff up folks…. move along, move along…

(CNN)—A dean at a Boston public high school has been fired after he allegedly shot one of his students in the head.

In addition to his work as “dean of academy” at English High School, Shaun Harrison ran a marijuana distribution enterprise, Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney David Bradley said in a news release.

His victim was a 17-year-old student he had allegedly hired to sell marijuana for him, Bradley said at an arraignment hearing Thursday.

According to police documents, the teen told authorities he was regularly mentored by Harrison, whom he called “Rev.”

Bradley said the two left Harrison’s residence Tuesday evening and were walking along a street when a dispute arose. Harrison then “produced a handgun, pointed it at the back of the victim’s head, and fired,” the release said.

Surveillance footage, which police have not released, captured the incident.

The teen, whom police have yet to identify, was shot behind the right ear, according to a police report. He is expected to survive his injuries, the release said.

Harrison has been charged with armed assault with intent to murder, aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. He also faces multiple weapons charges.

The 55-year-old had been employed with Boston Public Schools in various roles since 2010.

He had been at English High School since January 5, where as “dean of academy,” he “provided services like finding housing for homeless students or social services or disciplinary alternatives to suspension,” said Denise Snyder, a representative for Boston Public Schools. (read more – including video of family and activism)


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59 Responses to Boston High School Dean, Reverend and Anti-Gun Activist, Arrested For Dealing Drugs and Shooting Student Dealer In Head “Execution Style”….

  1. Sharon says:

    It’s difficult to believe they would have fired him without a hearing or some way for him to tell his side of the story. A rush to judgment in some fashion, surely. /neck deep sarc/

    Liked by 2 people

  2. starfcker says:

    Wow. What a whack job


  3. auscitizenmom says:

    SMH And, nobody knew?

    Liked by 1 person

  4. kafir says:

    At least he gets to collect his $100K pension courtesy of the taxpayers and the teachers union

    Liked by 4 people

  5. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    Wow, there really IS a Blackboard Jungle. 👿

    Liked by 3 people

  6. EdWatts says:

    Affirmative Action at its finest!

    Liked by 1 person

    • ThankYou,Treepers says:


      This is a local example of the extreme premium placed on that all important qualification of having brown skin – and the necessarily strenuous effort made to overlook character and other flaws in candidates for employment or public office who have that one almighty trait.

      Liked by 5 people

  7. Moishe Pipik says:

    Do you know what surprises me? The he hasn’t received any honors or awards from Obama or Holder (prior to this, of course).

    Liked by 10 people

  8. doodahdaze says:

    Instead of woodshop class they now teach crack dealing and distribution.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Chip Bennett says:

    So in other words, this guy is Boston’s version of Chicago’s Father Pfleger?

    Liked by 5 people

  10. doodahdaze says:

    The black population is being decimated by government dependence, BGI, Gangs, drugs, lack of a family unit, leaders who enable it all, failing government schools, PC, social justice, the media, the democrat party, good grief. And the president is worried about the fact they get caught too often doing crimes by the police. The police have terrible relations with the criminals and they do not get along or play well together. Beam me up Scotty.

    Liked by 4 people

    • auscitizenmom says:

      No, Doodah, I don’t think “the president is worried about the fact they get caught too often doing crimes by the police.” This is part of the plan. A way to get the local police department taken over by the Feds, Right? Just another piece of the evil plan. 😦

      Liked by 5 people

  11. TKim says:

    Lousy timing Mr Rev Harrison. Had your dope empire remained unpublicized and you had been shot by a white cop/security guard/armed civilian instead of doing the shooting, the BGI would have been putting laurel wreaths on your wounded head and likening you to a black Socrates. Which, sadly, Al Sharpton would have pronounced,”Black Sandra Dee.”

    BTW did you ever implore your young students to protest for Trayvon or Mike Brown? Cos that would have been sweet. (The irony, she burns).

    Liked by 5 people

  12. froggielegs says:

    Was this shooting in “Broad Daylight”?


    Liked by 1 person

  13. czarowniczy says:

    Yes Lawhd, if it wun’t fo’ double standuhds we’d be havin’ no standuhds at awl!

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Dems B. Dcvrs says:

    Looks to me like instead of calling for more Gun Background Checks, we need Liberal/Progressive Background Checks.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. JunieG says:

    Dean of Academy title sounds like a sinecure. Let’s look who hired this guy for a possible crime organization. What’s his defense against the charge going to be – that if he was really guilty, the kid would be dead, rather than a very botched execution style killing? The mind reels.

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  16. TFred says:

    “A black Boston Public School Dean…”

    I’m about as ANTI-PC as you can get, but what purpose does pointing out the man is black serve to the story? Especially sitting right next to a photo. This is the sort of thing that gives the other side an excuse to label this site racist. Race played no part in the story , that I can see, so why use the label?

    BTW, much better coverage of this from the UK’s Dailymail:


    • 2x4x8 says:

      Newspeak is being Anti-PC but acting Pro-PC
      Most folks are familiar with Freedom of Speech
      It’s in the Constitution, can get you a link
      Piers Morgan

      Liked by 1 person

    • Justice_099 says:

      It gets even better. FTA:
      “Harrison’s son Jeremy, an anti-violence activist who worked to keep kids off the street, was arrested after shooting his girlfriend in the head while cleaning his illegally-owned firearm in 2013. She was critically wounded, according to the Boston Herald.”


    • cecil sharps says:

      he looks like one of those black hispanics to me

      Liked by 1 person

    • auscitizenmom says:

      Am I reading this right? This same dean shot his girlfriend in the head in 2013 with an illegal handgun? I read the article, but it locked up on me and I couldn’t copy any quotes from it.


    • sundance says:

      TFred, in case you haven’t been paying attention. The current progressive theme is “#BlackLivesMatter”…

      If they change it to “#LivesMatter” or “AllLivesMatter” then I guess I can quit pointing out the profound hypocrisy within the dangerous progressive message.

      Until then, I shall and will point out the reality that:… In the actual behavior, not words, of those who would normally be the social leadership of young black males, such as teachers, pastors, DEANS, et al, their behavior toward the community they supposedly are protecting actually indicates that Black Lives Don’t Really Matter.


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      • ThankYou,Treepers says:

        “In the actual behavior, not words, of those who would normally be the social leadership of young black males, such as teachers, pastors, DEANS, et al, their behavior toward the community they supposedly are protecting actually indicates that Black Lives Don’t Really Matter.”

        This critically valuable insight is so profoundly subtle it’s taken five days to comprehend its magnitude.

        And yet it’s anything but new.

        United States Colored Troops Civil War veteran amputee William Hannibal Thomas in his 1901 publication “The American Negro” extensively expressed his observations of the same problem 114 years ago:

        Page xxi
        I have been a student of political history and participant in civic functions for more than three decades, having cast my first vote, for Abraham Lincoln, in 1864. During that time I have beheld the transition of the negro from chattelism to freedom, to enfranchisement, to legislative power, to dominating insolence, to riotous infamy; and through it all I have beheld his accredited leaders impervious to every thought or care for race, government, civilization, or posterity.

        Page xxiv
        But of what inspiration have the clerical or political negro leaders of America ever been to their racial brethren? What sane suggestions have they made, or unselfish service rendered, which would commend them to the merited approbation of mankind?

        Page 159
        The lack of competent leadership, of adequate endowment, or rather, we ought to say, the presence of negro leadership with extinct ideas and of impious hypocrisies, has driven the race into dangerous, and forsooth almost inextricable, passes. Among them there has been a shifting of burdens, a shirking of duty, with sloth set over against industry, cowardice against courage, and notorious mendacities and impious wantonness have revelled without shame and without remorse on the reckless shearings plucked from deluded flocks by the hand of rapacity and greed.

        Page 160
        Incompetent leaders and their despicable methods must go; greed and selfishness have no right to beguile negro credulity. The necessities of the race, the good of humanity, require that men of human insight and business sagacity, having the capacity to conduct themselves and affairs intrusted to them along sensible and helpful lines, should be set in places of leadership and race guidance.

        Pages 286-7
        So far as the mass of the freed people are concerned, they are not reckoned in any scheme which their accredited leaders have concocted, nor is the ordinary negro spokesman to be regarded as a trustworthy exponent of race needs and wants; he is not enamored of the literal truth, either as it affects himself or his people.

        Pages 336-7
        The American negro, when in leadership, has not suggested, devised, or instituted a disinterested movement for the uplifting of his people, or advanced any feasible method of race coöperation, based on self-reliance, individual energy, and industrial intelligence. For these reasons steady, sober-minded people have a profound distrust of self-accredited negro leaders, derived obviously from a knowledge and experience of their selfishness and grotesque performance.

        Page 379
        Those who pose as race leaders are intolerant of all criticism or suggestion within their own ranks, and are implacably arrayed against all innovations that make for public good. In their efforts to maintain a precarious supremacy over deluded subjects they have grown as brutal in official bearing as were the negro drivers during the days of African chattelism. They are constantly striving to shut out from the freed people all genuine light and knowledge, though at the same time fostering every despoiling scheme that adds to their private gain.

        Page 380
        Aside from its self-promoting schemes, negro leadership has apparently neither motive nor object in view, and, so far as we can observe, is blind to the significance of every passing event.

        Digital source of excerpts:  © This work is the property of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It may be used freely by individuals for research, teaching and personal use as long as this statement of availability is included in the text.


  17. 2x4x8 says:

    So this is what Marie Harf meant by a “jobs program” run by government officials

    Rand Paul will be out criticizing harsh government treatment of drug offeners in 3….2….1


  18. BertDilbert says:

    Mentoring? I wonder what else his mentoring included beyond selling drugs.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Justice_099 says:

    I suspect that this is the real reason that leftists are so anti-gun. Because they can’t control their own tempers and desire for violence, they assume that nobody else can.

    How many anti-violence and anti-gun nuts have killed people in the last several years? It seems that I read about at least one per year.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. joshua says:

    Training up the Gentle Giants in Boston. What a thoughtful man. Lives alone, PC speak for gay, just what you need for “Dean of students”….wonder whose “Civil Rights” got violated in this deal….will there be a March a la Selma across the Boston Commons to protest Black on Black violence and the destruction of the Public Schools by Black Privilege?


  21. zombietimeshare says:

    Harrison then “produced a handgun, pointed it at the back of the victim’s head, and fired,”

    Fortunately, the victim was not shot in a vital organ.


  22. 2x4x8 says:

    local Boston reports the crazy Rev Shaun Harrison was on a cable TV panel discussion in 2013 with the head of the John Birch Society and other conservatives and complained he can’t bring a bible to school to pray, yet gay students can have groups and discussions, the video has been removed from YouTube

    to the MSM, Black Lives Matter as long as it is not a black doing the shooting


  23. joshua says:

    U.S. District Judge Terrence Berg was shot in Detroit yesterday.

    Authorities are seeking for two black male suspects, ages 18 to 25.

    The 55-year-old was shot in the leg during a struggle. Police suspect robbery was the motive.

    The FBI is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to a conviction.

    52.2% of homicides in America are committed by blacks; most by males ages 18 to 49 who comprise about 4 percent of the population. While not all blacks are criminals nor all criminals black, the disproportionate number of blacks committing crime warrants profiling as a rational strategy for personal safety.

    Because this is a black-on-white crime the mainstream Marxist media will give it little national attention.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. DonL says:

    I noticed the WaPo–true to form– neglected to highlight the-anti-gun, and Reverund items.-


  25. angie says:

    Dean of a high school is perfectly positioned to be a big time drug dealer. I can imagine himbeing able to intimidate kids. Fry him.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. czarowniczy says:

    Is it just me or does this guy look like Yoda’s brother in a business suit?


  27. Smerdyakov says:

    When Boston Dreams of Chicago East


  28. Be Ge says:

    Sharp shooting affirmative action anti-gun reverend. Nothing here, move on.


  29. waynestrick says:

    Meanwhile the Ferguson popo have a slightly offensive e-mail dating thirty years and screwed the pooch.


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  31. Steiner says:

    Obama missed a great choice for Attorney General with this man. He has all the qualities Obama respects.


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