Comments:Students from Liceo María Luisa Bombal of Rancagua, Chile detained after taking control of school
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|This whole situation is rather odd.||0||18:33, 19 August 2012|
I do agree that the removal of the ten student's clothes was a little obscure and uncalled for, unless the police had to do it to comply with protocol or of they had reason to believe that any of the students had something illegal hidden...somewhere on them. However, if they were only charged with stealing food from the school, that seems highly inappropriate to just remove their clothes like that. I think maybe there's something going on in the law enforcement department there. Who knows how many other people were stripped for no reason?
Also, how did those students take control of the school? The article says they took it peacefully, however I'm not too sure of what the author means by that. I'm so used to hearing about people taking control of things using hostages and other means of terrorism, but this theory of 'peacefully taking control' of something is something foreign to me. Did they just move in to the school and refuse to leave or something?