Youngkin Pardons School Board Protester
Scott Smith was arrested for protesting the school board that covered up his daughter’s rape. Now he is finally seeing justice restored.
From New York Post. Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced Sunday he pardoned a dad who angrily protested a Loudoun County school’s handling of his daughter’s sexual assault.
Scott Smith, a plumber who erupted at a rowdy school board meeting on June 22, 2021 — reportedly unleashing a storm of profanities — was arrested and subsequently convicted of disorderly conduct. …
Smith alleged his then-ninth grade daughter was sexually assaulted by a biological boy donning a skirt in a Stone Bridge High School bathroom — and that the school informed him it was conducting an in-house investigation of the attack.
But minutes before Smith’s arrest during the school board meeting, Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Scott Ziegler insisted “we don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms,” the Daily Wire reported. …
“His daughter had been sexually assaulted in the bathroom of a school, and no one was doing anything about it,” Youngkin said, arguing the superintendent “covered it up.” …
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(Excerpt from New York Post. Photo Credit: Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)
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