Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Tennessee school safety officer arrests parent for calmly objecting to pick-up policy

Tennessee school safety officer arrests parent for calmly objecting to pick-up policy:
Here's a video of a Cumberland County, Tennessee school safety officer illegally arresting a parent who disagreed with the school's policy on picking up kids. The policy had recently changed, creating a long traffic jam, so the soon-to-be-arrested man walked to the school to get his kids.
The school safety officer was reportedly upset because the parent had called the local sheriff to complain about the school's new pickup policy and the long waits, and what followed was an argument in which the reasonable, quiet-spoken and polite parent was arrested for "disorderly conduct" by the school safety officer, who put him in cuffs and then into the back of a cruiser without advising him of his rights or enumerating the charge against him.
Presumably the officer was trying to help the local school board get rid of excess cash on its books by creating enormous, pointless liabilities for it.
    







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