From special needs teacher James Nowak who had a metal stapler thrown at him by Hainstock.
During testimony Monday afternoon in a Baraboo courtroom, teacher James Nowak recounted his own rising sense of tension with Hainstock, beginning with an incident on Sept, 14. That day, he said, Hainstock threw a metal stapler at him, narrowly missing his head and chipping the wall. When he returned to the classroom with Klang and Buildings and Grounds Director Phillip Rachuj, they found Hainstock holding a chair.
“He had a chair above his head and he looked like he was going to swing it at us,” said Nowak.
Rachuj was able to take the chair from Hainstock, and he was suspended from school for three days.
Apparently someone fashions himself as Stone Cold Steve Austin. Well, Trench 3:16 says your ass is going to prison.
From Angela Young, guidance counselor at Weston Schools…
She said Hainstock was a boy who sought attention, enjoyed playing the victim and often placed blame for his actions on others. Young said he was often teased by other students, but he picked on them in return.
Young testified that she was in the hall when Hainstock walked into the school but said she could not see him because of the decorations. She testified she heard Hainstock say “I’m going to (expletive) kill somebody.”
You can’t play the bullying card when you’re a bully yourself. Then again this whole incident was never about bullying. It’s about a selfish and self-absorbed punk kid who wanted to exact his revenge on a man who cared enough to actually discipline Hainstock.