A Louisiana teacher was removed from a school board meeting, forcibly handcuffed and jailed after questioning pay policies during a public comment period. According to KATC, at least one school board member ruled her "out of order" at one point during the discussion. Handcuffs were later placed on Hargrave in the hallway, as she was removed from the building. The disturbing incident took place after Hargrave asked school board members to justify the massive raise while teachers and school employees had reportedly gone without a pay hike in years.
Hargrave responded: "I am not, you just pushed me to the floor!".
'We work very hard with very little to maintain the salaries we have.
"Hold on, I am way smaller than you", the woman then said to the marshal as he shoved her toward an exit. The Constitution prohibits the government from punishing or retaliating against people for expressing their views, and the fact that a schoolteacher was arrested at a public meeting of the school board is especially troubling.
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KATC reports the teacher was booked into jail. The cooperation of the school system would not be required to arrest her on either of those charges; the officer could arrest her on his complaint.
Deyshia Hargrave, an English dialects expressions educator at Rene Rost Middle Schools in Kaplan, stood up to class load up individuals amid general society remarks segment of the gathering and was escorted out the second time she moved toward the platform - bringing about a fight in the passage.
Her issue was the superintendent's new contract.
"Excuse me", she said to him. Later in the same meeting, she spoke again in response to a question from the board, and was confronted by the marshal despite objections from the audience.
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"What happened here tonight, the way that females are treated in Vermilion Parish - I have never seen a man removed from this room", she said. The Abbeville Police Department did not arrest the teacher.
Hargrave grabs her purse and leaves as some protest that Superintendent Jerome Puyau had been addressing the teacher even as she she was being forced to leave. It is every citizen's right to speak up for their beliefs'.
"Deyshia Hargrave's expulsion from a public meeting and subsequent arrest are unacceptable and raise serious constitutional concerns", the organization said in an emailed news release.
It is unclear whether the marshal acted on board members' orders or his own accord, according to KATC.
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