Saturday, November 15, 2014

Public High School Defends Teacher Who Rapes Student

Would you send your child to a public school that contends that adult teachers can't be guilty of statutory rape because your child is old enough to consent to sex if your child is old enough to know how to cross the street without supervision?

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(LA Times) Unified officials are coming under fire for allowing their attorneys to argue that a 14-year-old student was mature enough to consent to sex with her middle school math teacher.

The arguments were made in a civil case that was filed last year by the student, who was seeking financial compensation from the district. She said she suffered emotional trauma from a five-month sexual relationship nearly four years ago with her teacher at Edison Middle School in Los Angeles.

District officials, defending their legal strategy Thursday, said they needed to rebut the student's claim with evidence that she was a willing participant who had a prior history of sexual activity.

"While we are sympathetic of the pain that this type of inappropriate relationship could cause this young woman and her family, the case focused on whether the school district could have done anything to prevent it," L.A. Unified's attorney, W. Keith Wyatt, said in a statement. "Trying this case in a respectful manner, but one that allowed the jury to consider the full weight of the facts and evidence, was critical."

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  1. We need laws to protect students from teachers. To say this promiscuous girl did not know what she was doing going into a consensual relationship for months is questionable.
    When I was 16, I dated a girl for a year who was 13 going on 14. She was laying everybody and had been doing so for a couple years. She looked 21 and passed for that age. She was pregnant at 14, married and 15 and had four kids before she was 21. She knew exactly what she was doing. Was all of that statutory rape simple because guys from 13-16 were having her? The guy she married was the father of her child and he was over 10 years older. Was that rape too? Her mother had a similar history when she was young and had an out of wedlock child in school. She also encouraged her daughters to "get" the guys. Can we call this child abuse?
    Oh and btw my experience with this girl was 60 years ago.

  2. My previous comment has an error. It should have been 50 years ago, not 60.

  3. Sounds like she was either black or from Kentucky.

  4. Considering the lack of morals and principles in today's American society because of public schools teaching moral relativity for the past 20+ years, the promiscuity of the girl is not the main issue; the main issue is the union and school district trying to cover for the teachers actions. He should be tried and convicted for rape of a minor, and go to prison. I'd imagine that there are many there who would like to school the teacher on the impropriety of his actions.

  5. Got a call yesterday from a friend who has been substitute teaching in the fine District of Columbia. It was nothing more than a one hour B*TCH session about how bad these Middle Schoolers are. She (rightly) laid the blame on the parents. Basically welfare babies completing the cycle. Sad.


Posted By: Chris Carmouche