- Jun 20, 2018
- Reaction score
- Somewhere in South Florida
- Political Leaning
- Slightly Liberal
Why didn't the parent call the police instead of just going to the school? Isn't that the usual process? You call the police to report your child has been raped at school?https://www.foxnews.com/politics/loudoun-county-father-school-cover-up-bathroom-assault-daughter
This story is about a guy that got arrested at a Loudon County, VA school board meeting. His arrest was cited in the letter the NSBA sent to Biden.
By all accounts the guy that got arrested did get violent. There was little discussion, however, to WHY he got violent.
It seems that the motivation for his outrage was that his daughter got sexually assaulted and that the superintendent denied any case of sexual assault. Furthermore, it appears that the school moved the assailant to another school where he assaulted another student.
The account of the assault, through the father's attorney, isn't exactly run of the mill stuff -
So I'm just thinking that if my kid was assaulted in that way and that the school not only denied the incident but also moved the assailant to another school where he did it again I might be a little bit pissed off too.
We don't have all the details in this matter and probably won't have all the details since the assailant is a juvenile but if this is true and the school board did what the story says they did then maybe the DoJ should focus a little more on school board abuse and a little less on intimidating parents that are standing up for their kids.