11-Year-Old Girl’s Note To Teacher Accusing Her Of War Crime Goes Viral

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11-Year-Old Girl’s Note To Teacher Accusing Her Of War Crime Goes Viral

An 11-year-old girl has accused her teacher of committing war crime by writing a note on a feedback form that evaluates the teacher.

Ava Cross wrote a precocious note on a feedback form that asked what the teacher could do to improve.

“Not use collective punishment as it is not fair on the many people who did nothing wrong and under the 1949 Genva [sic] Conventions it is a war crime,” she wrote.

Her father, Mason, an author from Glasgow, has shared the hilarious note on Twitter, where it was retweeted over 162,000 times and gained more than half a million likes.

However, in another tweet, Mason clarified that his daughter is not against her teacher, but the educational justice system.

Amused by Ava’s wit, the people on Twitter decided for Mason to buy Ava an ice cream.

Twitter users applauded Ava’s “anti-authoritarian” thinking, saying she should get an allowance raise, a year’s supply of ice cream or…

The Geneva Convention, which has been ratified by 196 countries, prohibits torture, attacking civilians, treating detainees humanely and minimising the impact of warfare on children.


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