A fifteen-year-old female was sitting in group with her right leg crossed over her left leg writing on her shoe. In Straight, this was considered “misbehaving.” You were not allowed to cross your legs or not pay attention much less have a pen. *** was in front of the group leading a rap session. *** ego would send him into a rage if he thought someone dared to not listen to him (twenty-five years later he would be referred to as an “egomaniac” by a former executive staff member). *** noticed *** not paying attention. He went into a fit of rage and climbed over the first row of girls to the second row to reach ***. He grabbed her by her shirt and yanked her up. In the process, there was a moment where her left leg became entangled in the leg of the chair. *** looked down, noticed her leg caught and continued to yank her up to her feet the rest of the way. He yanked her to her feet with such force that she could hear her kneecap split. Once she was stood on her feet *** pulled her by the hair to the front of group where she was confronted for daring not to pay attention. It was obvious to *** that her leg was broken as that leg had been broken twice before in her lifetime and she had a condition called “bi parta patella.” *** was never treated for her split kneecap. She spent the next few weeks being forced to exercise with the rest of the group, stand up in group and sit in group with her leg bent for twelve hours as her leg tried to heal on its own.