Do You remember that school board meeting where a father was arrested during a school board meeting?
The man, Scott Smith, claimed that the school covered up the sexual assault of his daughter to protect a bigger agenda.
As it turns out, he was 100 percent correct, as the alleged rapist has reportedly been convicted in juvenile court.
For the Greater Good
Honestly, when I saw this video and heard the circumstances of the case, it reminded me of a movie called “The General’s Daughter.”
For those of you that have not seen the movie, the rape of a prominent general was covered up by the Army for the good of the service.
This seemed to be a similar situation, as the school was hoping to protect a woke agenda and the rape appeared to have been kept under the radar because the boy that did it was wearing a skirt and using the girls’ bathroom.
The school was pushing a transgender bathroom policy and tried to keep the incident quiet.
When Mr. Smith brought it up at a local school board meeting, he ended up getting thrown to the ground and arrested…
After the verdict came down, family attorney Bill Stanley stated, “We are relieved that justice was served today for the Smith’s daughter.
“This horrible incident has deeply affected the Smith family, and they are grateful for today’s outcome.”
Stanley later added, “The Smith family stands stronger than ever in moving forward to ensure that those responsible in the Loudoun County School system are held accountable, so that this may never happen again to anyone else’s child.”
The same boy who was convicted in this case has also reportedly been charged with an assault at another school.
The judge delayed sentencing for Smith’s assault case until the second assault case has been tried.
The Smiths are now suing the school district.
Source: Washington Examiner