They get an A for overreacting.
A Louisiana English teacher’s critique of the superintendent’s $38,000 lift was met with shackles and a outing to jail.
Moments after warning Deyshia Hargrave, “You’re going to leave or I’m going to mislay you,” an Abbeville city organise escorted the Rene Rost Middle School teacher out into the hallway, where cameras proceeded to capture the officer pulling her against a wall then onto the building (full footage below).
“Stop resisting,” the city organise states.
“I am not, you just pushed me to the floor!” Hargrave yells back.
As the confidence ensure pulls her down the corridor toward the exit, she continues to scream.
“Sir, hold on, we am way smaller than you!”
Outside, Hargrave, the city organise and several endangered assembly attendees wait around as the teacher is told she’s being arrested. The officer then radios for a automobile to come collect up the educator.
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“You don’t need backup,” she tells him. “I’m 5-feet tall.”
KATC reports she was booked into jail on charges of remaining while banned and facing an officer.
Hargrave had asked several questions during Monday night’s Vermillion Parish school house meeting, causing house boss Anthony Fontana to sequence her out of sequence since the open criticism territory of the dusk was not meant for questions.
“I have a critical issue with a superintendent or any person of care getting any form of raise,” pronounced Hargrave.
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“I feel like it’s a slap in the face to all the teachers, cafeteria workers and any other support staff we have. We work very hard, with very little, to say the salaries we have.”
Additionally, she settled she had a problem with the reason for the lift – assembly “performance goals” – deliberation that educators were the ones who done that possible.
Although it’s misleading if the organise had been destined by the school house to mislay Hargrave, Superintendent Jerome Puyau pronounced they won’t press any charges against her.
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