Eleven-Year-Old Girl Accuses Her Teacher Of War Crimes, Twitter Goes Berserk


An eleven-year-old girl from the Scottish city of Glasgow hilariously accused her teacher of war crimes after she was asked to give feedback on her teacher’s performance for an end-of-year review.

Ava Cross, daughter of the author of the critically acclaimed Carter Blake thriller series, Mason Cross, said she accused her teacher of war crimes because the teacher regularly uses ‘collective punishment’ in class. Ava even cited the 1949 Geneva Convention to back her claim.

On the assessment form of her teacher, Ava was asked to state what her teacher could do better. She wrote: “Not use collective punishment as it is not fair on the many people who did nothing and under the 1949 Geneva (sic.)  Conventions it is a war crime.”

When Ava’s father, Mason, saw what her daughter had written on the form, he couldn’t believe it. He decided to share it with the rest of the world on Twitter.

Within minutes, Mason’s tweet went viral, with more than 122,000 retweets and countless comments. Many people called for Ava to be rewarded with an ice cream for exposing the teacher.

Many also praised her for ‘thinking her mind’. One person suggested Ava should be awarded ‘bonus points for her creative thinking and excellent example’. Another person even went further, calling for the little girl to be the next Prime Minister of Britain.

Mason later  tweeted a picture of her daughter enjoying two cones of ice cream. He suggested Ava’s teacher was amused by the online response, and that he too deserve a cone of ice cream.




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