Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by System, Sep 23, 2014.
Of course the boy wasn't guilty- the girl told him she wanted to have sex. What stupid, stupid people. This is why you call the police. They needed to call a grownup.
Then they tried to cover it up
That would be too expensive.
Here is one big problem, Sexual harassment caught in the act plus witnesses?
She was a special needs student.
Perhaps we can change the title from "allegedly" because it's been proven.
Pretty near the worst school admins possible.
The U.S. Department of Justice sided with the girl's attorneys last month, bringing attention to the details in the four-year-old case. Those details sparked petitions and outraged community meetings in Madison County. But the story traveled much further, appearing on CNN and Fox News, in the London Telegraph and the New York Daily News, reaching as far as India Today and The Australian.
"Huntsville, AL — In 2010, a 14-year-old Huntsville girl was approached by school officials who wanted to use her as bait in a “sting operation.” The plan was to use the young girl to catch a boy in the act who’d been accused of sexually harassing students. However, their asinine plan backfired, and this innocent young girl was anally raped by the older student."
You have new information, threads merged.
It's very good news, the 11th circuit court allows the victim to sue for title 9 as well as previous reasons.
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