Loudoun County School Board Requests 65 Deputies, SWAT Team to Shield Them From Parents
The Loudoun County school board has requested 65 deputies and a SWAT team to provide private security, claiming that they face potential threats after covering up the sexual assault of a high school on the part of her transgender classmate in a girl’s bathroom.
An August email on the part of school superintendent Scott Ziegler requested multiple LCSO deputies, and a “five-person Quick Reaction Force (QRF),”to attend school board meetings. At the time, the school board had been protested by parents who learned of the board’s cover-up actions, with a parent of the sexual assault victim even being removed from a meeting and slapped with criminal charges for protesting the board.
Sheriff Mike Chapman expressed suspicion at the school board’s request for what amounts to their own Secret Service security force, indicating that Ziegler had provided no possible justification as to why the school board would require a force that he estimated would require work from 65 sheriff’s deputies.
“Your request is extraordinary and would likely constitute LCSO’s commitment of a minimum of approximately 65 sworn deputies. Despite this, you fail to provide any justification for such a manpower intensive request,” said Chapman in an email response to Ziegler in August.
Earlier this week, a juvenile court found a male minor guilty of sex crimes related to the incident at Stone Bridge High School earlier this year. At least one member of the Loudoun County school board has resigned in disgrace following revelations of a cover-up surrounding the incident, with board members afraid parents would fight back against a trans agenda in schools if they learned of the incident.
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