The officials of the School in a Florida community say that they have more security after a former teacher and threatened to “grab” a school board of the building”, 200-plus armored tanks.”
Authorities that the ex-employee, David Givins, a former third class of North Hialeah elementary School, Miami FOX affiliate WSVN-TV reported.
#EXCLUSIVE: Former Hialeah elementary teacher posts a threatening video online. “I want the 200-plus armored tanks to seize North Hialeah Elementary, and Miami-Dade County Public School building,” he says in the videohttps://t.co/wMrj88LFbY pic.twitter.com/ij7Q2fMfeS
— WSVN 7 News (@wsvn) August 24, 2018
In the almost 8-minute-long YouTube video, Givins hear it call teachers and head teachers. He also calls President Trump to supply him with the tanks, so he once again can the North Hialeah school system.
“It is not the clown time. This is a serious situation,” he says.
“I am the superior human being that will ever exist.”
– David Givins, a former teacher, who now claims to be homeless
“I am the superior human being that will ever exist,” he is heard saying. “Not one of your Cuban teachers who taught in North Hialeah Elementary was my equal.”
He said, however, that he would “not make no violent crime.”
“But I will the press the level verbally,” he said.
Near the end of the video, Givins apologizes for not killing children.
“I apologize for the not killing people-children — FBI agents, CIA agents, Ministry of Justice people’s Congress — I apologize that I’m not all in not killing people-children,” Givins says.
School officials say they increased security of the entire district campuses in response WSVN reported.
They said that there was “no danger for students and staff of the school,” the Miami-Dade County Public Schools said in a statement to the station.
An armed guard will be assigned to the North-Hialeah campus and the district has also reached out to the FBI, the Miami-Dade Police department the Office of Homeland Security and the Secret Service, the report said.
Givins worked at the school for 13 years before being fired in 2014 for “teacher certification issues,” the Miami Herald reported, quoting the school district.
Givins says in a video that he is now homeless and lives in Washington, D. C. Authorities in Florida say they warned authorities in the capital of the country.
Hialeah is approximately 12 miles northwest of Miami.
Amy’s Place is a news editor and reporter for Fox News.