RRISD police force used to stifle dissent

NYPostThe latest and most egregious example comes from Round Rock, Texas. In a series of school board meetings this fall, two fathers — a minister named Jeremy Story and a retired Army captain named Dustin Clark — spoke out against alleged corruption and school officials’ hostility toward parents.

The establishment of the school police force was a local issue to me and happened fairly recently. I was, at the time, relatively neutral since I had no children in school and no idea whether the request was reasonable or not.

I am now opposed, because placing police under the control of school board administrators willing to use them to stifle dissent in this manner is unacceptable.

This entry was published Sun Dec 05 22:16:30 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-12-05 22:16:30.0. [Tweet]

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