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Fired but still gets a years worth of severance and a $12k annum car allowance despite being either totally inept at his job or intentionally dishonest.

The craziest part to me is the mother and grandmother warned the district that the kid was a risk and the district/board Ignored them. Lawsuits inbound
 
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Fired but still gets a years worth of severance and a $12k annum car allowance despite being either totally inept at his job or intentionally dishonest.

The craziest part to me is the mother and grandmother warned the district that the kid was a risk and the district/board Ignored them. Lawsuits inbound
How dare you not be tolerant of the LGBTQ community.
 

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Just a boy? Or a boy that identified as a girl and got to use the women's/girls facilities as a result?

It literally says that nowhere. Not in the report produced by an investigative body not in any news reports. The person who committed the crime is also referred to as a boy in every instance.

Sooooo, you are what, just making shit up about multiple tapes so that it fits your narrative? Or what?
 

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Just a boy? Or a boy that identified as a girl and got to use the women's/girls facilities as a result?

And even if this were true, you think allowing that person to use the girls bathroom led to these rapes? That this person who is described by everyone involved as a manace with no boundaries and who has assaulted multiple women, would NOT have committed these crimes if this law wasn't in place that allowed him to use whichever bathroom he wanted?

That's an insane stance bro.
 

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It literally says that nowhere. Not in the report produced by an investigative body not in any news reports. The person who committed the crime is also referred to as a boy in every instance.

Sooooo, you are what, just making shit up about multiple tapes so that it fits your narrative? Or what?
There's this great new tool you can use to do research, it's called Google.......maybe you've heard of it or used it before. Looking forward to your "non-partisan" review ......you loser

"the father of the girl raped in a trans-friendly bathroom at Stone Bridge also slammed a grand jury for failing to find Loudoun County school officials criminally responsible for the incident – despite a report revealing they lied to parents."

You recall the Dad getting attacked at the school board meeting when he came to publicly state his discourse for being ignored, no?
 

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And even if this were true, you think allowing that person to use the girls bathroom led to these rapes? That this person who is described by everyone involved as a manace with no boundaries and who has assaulted multiple women, would NOT have committed these crimes if this law wasn't in place that allowed him to use whichever bathroom he wanted?

That's an insane stance bro.
Why can't you just admit that letting a person with a dick into a bathroom or locker room where everyone else has a vagina, is a bad idea? You don't think that contributed to the incident? Why would he have been in the same bathroom otherwise?
 

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Why can't you just admit that letting a person with a dick into a bathroom or locker room where everyone else has a vagina, is a bad idea? You don't think that contributed to the incident? Why would he have been in the same bathroom otherwise?

Looks like you left out some crucial details Jake. So I read where he wore a skirt and that's not a reason to use the women's restroom, you're right. But it looks like that's not why he was in there. Since it's behind a paywall I'll copy and paste the truth that you don't care about. I guess as long as you can find an angle that allows you to blame it all on the Left and trannies, nothing else matters. Amirite?


"In a case that has generated a political firestorm, a Virginia juvenile court judge found sufficient evidence during a trial Monday to sustain charges that a teen sexually assaulted a classmate in the girls’ bathroom of a Loudoun County high school in May.

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The teenager, now 15, is also charged with the sexual assault of another student that occurred months later at a different Loudoun school. Loudoun County juvenile court Chief Judge Pamela L. Brooks said she would wait to sentence the teen until that case is decided in November.

The judge’s finding is the juvenile court equivalent of a guilty verdict in other courts.

The case generated local and national attention after the parents of the girl assaulted in May said the charged youth was “gender fluid,” prompting renewed backlash against a policy in Loudoun County schools that allows transgender students to use bathrooms that match their gender identity. That policy was adopted after the May assault.

Authorities have not commented on the youth’s gender identity and it did not become an issue Monday in court. During the hearing, the 15-year-old victim in the first case testified she had consensual sexual encounters with the defendant on two occasions in a girls’ bathroom at Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn. On May 28, she said, the two arranged to meet again and the youth threw her to the floor and forced her to perform sex acts.

The case also has sparked anger from parents who have questioned why the teen was allowed to attend another school while awaiting trial in the May assault. It has prompted the head of Loudoun County schools to embark on major reforms to the district’s disciplinary procedures to prevent a similar occurrence.

It also has become an issue in the Virginia governor’s race, where in recent days Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin has called for an investigation of the Loudoun County School Board and demanded more police in schools in response to the incidents.

Loudoun County student accused in sexual assaults at two county schools, sparking outrage from parents

On Monday, the teenage victim of the Stone Bridge assault testified that she and her attacker had agreed to meet up in a school bathroom around 12:15 p.m. on the date of the assault. She testified they had not explicitly discussed having sex beforehand.

The teen testified she arrived first and chose to go in the girls’ bathroom because the two had always met in the girls’ bathrooms in the past. When the boy arrived, the teen testified, he came into the handicapped stall she was in and locked the door.

The two talked, before the girl testified the boy began grabbing her neck and other parts of her body in a sexual manner. She testified she told her attacker she was not in the mood for sex, but he forced himself on her.


“He flipped me over,” the girl testified. “I was on the ground and couldn’t move and he sexually assaulted me.”

The attack only stopped when someone came in the bathroom and startled the defendant, the victim testified. The girl testified that a second sexual assault occurred a little later. The judge found there was sufficient evidence to find the defendant had forced the girl into two sex acts.

The Washington Post generally does not name victims of sexual assault and is not identifying the girl or her parents. The Post also generally does not identify defendants charged as juveniles.

Loudoun schools chief apologizes for district’s handling of alleged assaults, promises changes to disciplinary procedures

The defendant’s attorney William Mann said in his opening statement that the encounter between the two teens was consensual, just like the ones that had occurred on two previous occasions.

“They discussed sex regularly,” Mann said. “The encounter was just like it was before.”

The defendant did not testify during the trial, but prosecutors played interviews he gave detectives investigating the case during which he acknowledged “messing up” and said he did not intend to perform one sex act with the victim and said he stopped once he realized he was hurting the girl.

The defendant initially told detectives the second sexual act did not occur, but later said it may have happened briefly and accidentally when a knee-length skirt he was wearing got caught on his watch as the pair were fumbling around in the bathroom stall.

The two teens had met about a month-and-a-half before the attack and became friends, the girl testified. The teens were not in the same grade, but shared friends in common.

Loudoun County Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Barry A. Zweig said in court that the teens had “sexually charged” conversations on the social media app Discord in the days leading up to the assault.

Zweig said the boy repeatedly asked the girl to engage in a particular sex act, but she rebuffed him each time. The day before the assault Zweig said the victim had been hospitalized because of a health condition that made her weak and the defendant “utilized her physical helplessness” to take advantage of her.

The same youth also has been accused in an Oct. 6 alleged sexual assault at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, authorities have said.

In an Oct. 7 news release, the sheriff’s office outlined the allegations, saying a 15-year-old male student had “forced the victim into an empty classroom where he held her against her will and inappropriately touched her.”

The family of the victim in the Stone Bridge High School assault said they are gratified by the outcome of the case.

“No one should have to endure what this family has endured, and now their focus is completely upon their daughter’s health and safety as she progresses forward with her life,” the family said in a statement.

Fairfax County parent wants ‘Beloved’ banned from school system

Loudoun school board member Beth Barts resigns her position"
 

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Looks like you left out some crucial details Jake. So I read where he wore a skirt and that's not a reason to use the women's restroom, you're right. But it looks like that's not why he was in there. Since it's behind a paywall I'll copy and paste the truth that you don't care about. I guess as long as you can find an angle that allows you to blame it all on the Left and trannies, nothing else matters. Amirite?


"In a case that has generated a political firestorm, a Virginia juvenile court judge found sufficient evidence during a trial Monday to sustain charges that a teen sexually assaulted a classmate in the girls’ bathroom of a Loudoun County high school in May.

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The teenager, now 15, is also charged with the sexual assault of another student that occurred months later at a different Loudoun school. Loudoun County juvenile court Chief Judge Pamela L. Brooks said she would wait to sentence the teen until that case is decided in November.

The judge’s finding is the juvenile court equivalent of a guilty verdict in other courts.

The case generated local and national attention after the parents of the girl assaulted in May said the charged youth was “gender fluid,” prompting renewed backlash against a policy in Loudoun County schools that allows transgender students to use bathrooms that match their gender identity. That policy was adopted after the May assault.

Authorities have not commented on the youth’s gender identity and it did not become an issue Monday in court. During the hearing, the 15-year-old victim in the first case testified she had consensual sexual encounters with the defendant on two occasions in a girls’ bathroom at Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn. On May 28, she said, the two arranged to meet again and the youth threw her to the floor and forced her to perform sex acts.

The case also has sparked anger from parents who have questioned why the teen was allowed to attend another school while awaiting trial in the May assault. It has prompted the head of Loudoun County schools to embark on major reforms to the district’s disciplinary procedures to prevent a similar occurrence.

It also has become an issue in the Virginia governor’s race, where in recent days Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin has called for an investigation of the Loudoun County School Board and demanded more police in schools in response to the incidents.

Loudoun County student accused in sexual assaults at two county schools, sparking outrage from parents

On Monday, the teenage victim of the Stone Bridge assault testified that she and her attacker had agreed to meet up in a school bathroom around 12:15 p.m. on the date of the assault. She testified they had not explicitly discussed having sex beforehand.

The teen testified she arrived first and chose to go in the girls’ bathroom because the two had always met in the girls’ bathrooms in the past. When the boy arrived, the teen testified, he came into the handicapped stall she was in and locked the door.

The two talked, before the girl testified the boy began grabbing her neck and other parts of her body in a sexual manner. She testified she told her attacker she was not in the mood for sex, but he forced himself on her.


“He flipped me over,” the girl testified. “I was on the ground and couldn’t move and he sexually assaulted me.”

The attack only stopped when someone came in the bathroom and startled the defendant, the victim testified. The girl testified that a second sexual assault occurred a little later. The judge found there was sufficient evidence to find the defendant had forced the girl into two sex acts.

The Washington Post generally does not name victims of sexual assault and is not identifying the girl or her parents. The Post also generally does not identify defendants charged as juveniles.

Loudoun schools chief apologizes for district’s handling of alleged assaults, promises changes to disciplinary procedures

The defendant’s attorney William Mann said in his opening statement that the encounter between the two teens was consensual, just like the ones that had occurred on two previous occasions.

“They discussed sex regularly,” Mann said. “The encounter was just like it was before.”

The defendant did not testify during the trial, but prosecutors played interviews he gave detectives investigating the case during which he acknowledged “messing up” and said he did not intend to perform one sex act with the victim and said he stopped once he realized he was hurting the girl.

The defendant initially told detectives the second sexual act did not occur, but later said it may have happened briefly and accidentally when a knee-length skirt he was wearing got caught on his watch as the pair were fumbling around in the bathroom stall.

The two teens had met about a month-and-a-half before the attack and became friends, the girl testified. The teens were not in the same grade, but shared friends in common.

Loudoun County Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Barry A. Zweig said in court that the teens had “sexually charged” conversations on the social media app Discord in the days leading up to the assault.

Zweig said the boy repeatedly asked the girl to engage in a particular sex act, but she rebuffed him each time. The day before the assault Zweig said the victim had been hospitalized because of a health condition that made her weak and the defendant “utilized her physical helplessness” to take advantage of her.

The same youth also has been accused in an Oct. 6 alleged sexual assault at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, authorities have said.

In an Oct. 7 news release, the sheriff’s office outlined the allegations, saying a 15-year-old male student had “forced the victim into an empty classroom where he held her against her will and inappropriately touched her.”

The family of the victim in the Stone Bridge High School assault said they are gratified by the outcome of the case.

“No one should have to endure what this family has endured, and now their focus is completely upon their daughter’s health and safety as she progresses forward with her life,” the family said in a statement.

Fairfax County parent wants ‘Beloved’ banned from school system

Loudoun school board member Beth Barts resigns her position"
Trans friendly bathroom as per below......

"The father of the girl raped in a trans-friendly bathroom at Stone Bridge also slammed a grand jury for failing to find Loudoun County school officials criminally responsible for the incident – despite a report revealing they lied to parents."

The district hid information and suppressed the incident to drive their agenda in regards to gender identify.....

"According to emails detailed in the report, senior district officials privately met to discuss the first assault and linked it to Policy 8040, which allows students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond with their gender identity."

Not much more to say
 

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Trans friendly bathroom as per below......

"The father of the girl raped in a trans-friendly bathroom at Stone Bridge also slammed a grand jury for failing to find Loudoun County school officials criminally responsible for the incident – despite a report revealing they lied to parents."

The district hid information and suppressed the incident to drive their agenda in regards to gender identify.....

"According to emails detailed in the report, senior district officials privately met to discuss the first assault and linked it to Policy 8040, which allows students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond with their gender identity."

Not much more to say
Again, that's NOT why he was in there.
But if the policy is the issue, even though not relevant here, then I say just have a unisex bathroom for one person at a time. Solved.
 

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Again, that's NOT why he was in there.
But if the policy is the issue, even though not relevant here, then I say just have a unisex bathroom for one person at a time. Solved.

The ****ing guy is trying argue that the existence of a bathroom that was trans friendly is in some way the cause. Just ****ing insane. Obviously not worth the effort though.
 

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Why can't you just admit that letting a person with a dick into a bathroom or locker room where everyone else has a vagina, is a bad idea? You don't think that contributed to the incident? Why would he have been in the same bathroom otherwise?

This is stupid. But find me a single shred of evidence that supports your argument... In this specific instance, your theory is just way way off base. These people were specifically meeting there.
 
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Why can't you just admit that letting a person with a dick into a bathroom or locker room where everyone else has a vagina, is a bad idea? You don't think that contributed to the incident? Why would he have been in the same bathroom otherwise?

You want me to admit something that has no basis in fact? Surely, Mr facts matter not your feelings would have some evidentiary basis to make a claim like this, right?
 
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at least in colorado, some republicans have taken the opposite lesson from this election:


Words escape me SMH. I guess Boot Barn is Colorado's version of 4 Seasons Landscaping?

"Organizers of the press conference said they weren’t allowed on the nearby business park that houses the Colorado GOP headquarters, so they decided to host the event in the parking lot of the Boot Barn next door."
 

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Again, that's NOT why he was in there.
But if the policy is the issue, even though not relevant here, then I say just have a unisex bathroom for one person at a time. Solved.
When you and other dems will not even acknowledge reality on this level then it destroys any shred of credibility that you attempt to build. If you support unbridled transgender agenda for young kids then come out of that closet and admit it and be proud of it.
 

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This is stupid. But find me a single shred of evidence that supports your argument... In this specific instance, your theory is just way way off base. These people were specifically meeting there.
I am sure I can also find statements on CNN or other sites that don't mention transgender but a ton of others do mention Transgender. Why would they (School board) cover it up and be on record mentioning it would hurt their recently passed policy specific to LGBTQ and the freedom to self identify and pick a bathroom/locker room?

 
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When you and other dems will not even acknowledge reality on this level then it destroys any shred of credibility that you attempt to build. If you support unbridled transgender agenda for young kids then come out of that closet and admit it and be proud of it.
I don't have to admit anything because I'm not responsible for a human being feeling they are misgendered and it's also none of my business.

But this case is not about that anyway.

It's obvious now that Republicans think this is the issue they need to focus on to regain power. Methinks they need to set a higher bar, but I won't complain as long as it keeps them losing elections.
 

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I don't have to admit anything because I'm not responsible for a human being feeling they are misgendered and it's also none of my business.

But this case is not about that anyway.

It's obvious now that Republicans think this is the issue they need to focus on to regain power. Methinks they need to set a higher bar, but I won't complain as long as it keeps them losing elections.
Guy can't even read a book at a public library (funded by tax payer dollars) but they are ok to host LGBTQ read alongs and gay pride night for kids under 10.......but yes, totally made up by the right.

 

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Guy can't even read a book at a public library (funded by tax payer dollars) but they are ok to host LGBTQ read alongs and gay pride night for kids under 10.......but yes, totally made up by the right.

Same old schtick - find a reason to disparage an entire group of people based on anecdotal evidence of someone doing something YOU believe is wrong. It never occurs to you that there may be more to the story - not that you would have sympathy with people not just like you, but at the very least consider the harm you might be causing by continuing to fan the flames(See Colorado Springs, Pulse Nightclub, Matthew Shepard).

As far as Kirk Cameron, not sure why he cant just read in a church unless he's trying to make some kind of political statement. And with what we know about his background, thats likely the case. I can understand why some public libraries might find his kind of proselytizing controversial.
 

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Same old schtick - find a reason to disparage an entire group of people based on anecdotal evidence of someone doing something YOU believe is wrong. It never occurs to you that there may be more to the story - not that you would have sympathy with people not just like you, but at the very least consider the harm you might be causing by continuing to fan the flames(See Colorado Springs, Pulse Nightclub, Matthew Shepard).

As far as Kirk Cameron, not sure why he cant just read in a church unless he's trying to make some kind of political statement. And with what we know about his background, thats likely the case. I can understand why some public libraries might find his kind of proselytizing controversial.
“As far as Kirk Cameron, not sure why he cant just read in a church unless he's trying to make some kind of political statement. And with what we know about his background, thats likely the case. I can understand why some public libraries might find his kind of proselytizing controversial.”

Man… you really don’t even realize the irony and hypocrisy there, do you? Not surprising
 

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“As far as Kirk Cameron, not sure why he cant just read in a church unless he's trying to make some kind of political statement. And with what we know about his background, thats likely the case. I can understand why some public libraries might find his kind of proselytizing controversial.”

Man… you really don’t even realize the irony and hypocrisy there, do you? Not surprising
No I don't. He wants to read Christian books to kids in a secular building. There are plenty more churches than libraries so where's the irony?
 

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What does this story have to do with the LGBTQ community? A male student raping two female students is a gay issue?

That's kinda like comparing statues to Planned Parenthood.
I guess you have not followed this story.
 
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I guess you have not followed this story.

No no. He's followed the non-insane version of this story that isn't focused on whether or not the bathroom this happened in was a trans friendly one, because it plainly doesn't matter.

A boy raped someone. The school covered it up. He raped someone else.
 
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