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(Nebraska TV)   School allows parent accused of sexual assault to chaperone students on a class field trip...including his victim...who was told to by the principal to "deal with it"   (nebraska.tv) divider line 92
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2012-10-12 09:43:31 PM
Much better report: Link

The guy is under a court order to stay away from all minors, especially the victim. WTF is he doing volunteering for the school?
 
2012-10-12 09:45:21 PM
Paterno High?
 
2012-10-12 09:58:29 PM
Tim Conway is the principal. Is Carol Burnett the guidance counselor?
 
2012-10-12 09:59:15 PM

BarkingUnicorn: Much better report: Link

The guy is under a court order to stay away from all minors, especially the victim. WTF is he doing volunteering for the school?


Exactly. And FTA you posted: The district currently requires background checks on its employees and substitute teachers but not volunteers, McGowan said.


That amazes me, especially since I know for a fact that if you want to volunteer at any of the public schools in Eugene or Springfield you must pass a background check first.

And, IMHO, that's the way it should be. Sure it costs the school district to have these background checks run, but lawsuits resulting from sex offenders having contact with students costs far more.
 
2012-10-13 12:27:18 AM
lol, Pakistan is so backwards. Wait, Nebraska?
 
2012-10-13 12:41:15 AM
This principal needs to be taken out and publicly horse whipped.
 
2012-10-13 12:57:07 AM
stay classy, Nebraska.

/home state
//actually I live there now
///fark me
 
2012-10-13 12:58:18 AM
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2012-10-13 01:05:12 AM

Aulus: This principal needs to be taken out and publicly horse whipped.


I'm OK with this.
 
2012-10-13 01:18:19 AM
I'm sure he got over it.
 
2012-10-13 01:23:24 AM

BarkingUnicorn: Much better report: Link

The guy is under a court order to stay away from all minors, especially the victim. WTF is he doing volunteering for the school?


I'm okay with this. As soon as he shows up to volunteer, his bond will be revoked and he'll be taken into custody for violating the conditions of his release.

Assuming someone notifies his PO or whatever their pretrial equivalent is...
 
2012-10-13 01:25:37 AM

Bathia_Mapes: BarkingUnicorn: Much better report: Link

The guy is under a court order to stay away from all minors, especially the victim. WTF is he doing volunteering for the school?

Exactly. And FTA you posted: The district currently requires background checks on its employees and substitute teachers but not volunteers, McGowan said.


That amazes me, especially since I know for a fact that if you want to volunteer at any of the public schools in Eugene or Springfield you must pass a background check first.

And, IMHO, that's the way it should be. Sure it costs the school district to have these background checks run, but lawsuits resulting from sex offenders having contact with students costs far more.


A hell of a lot less than mandatory drug tests for students, I'd reckon. And a lot more sensible.
 
2012-10-13 01:34:02 AM

Bathia_Mapes: That amazes me, especially since I know for a fact that if you want to volunteer at any of the public schools in Eugene or Springfield you must pass a background check first.


Bullshiat waste of everyone's time and money.

Very simple test thanks to Adam Carolla:

Do you want to volunteer to spend time with school kids?

If yes, you're out. Goodbye.

If no, too bad. You're doin' this thing.
 
2012-10-13 02:57:55 AM

BarkingUnicorn: Much better report: Link

The guy is under a court order to stay away from all minors, especially the victim. WTF is he doing volunteering for the school?


Why isnt he in jail awaiting trial after violating the terms of the court order??
Judges brother in law or something??
Hard enough for victims to come forward, but to allow them to be continually revictimized is farking insane.
 
2012-10-13 03:00:23 AM

Bathia_Mapes: And, IMHO, that's the way it should be. Sure it costs the school district to have these background checks run, but lawsuits resulting from sex offenders having contact with students costs far more.


And now the school will have to settle with the family, putting peoples hard earned tax dollars to work.
ASSHATS
 
2012-10-13 06:19:40 AM

feckingmorons: Tim Conway is the principal. Is Carol Burnett the guidance counselor?


That's the problem. He was probably too busy trying to get Harvey Korman to break character to take the student's concerns seriously.
 
2012-10-13 06:21:10 AM

namatad: BarkingUnicorn: Much better report: Link

The guy is under a court order to stay away from all minors, especially the victim. WTF is he doing volunteering for the school?

Why isnt he in jail awaiting trial after violating the terms of the court order??
Judges brother in law or something??
Hard enough for victims to come forward, but to allow them to be continually revictimized is farking insane.


The judge told everybody to deal with it.
 
2012-10-13 06:29:24 AM
I, for one, agree with the principal. She should have just dealt with it. And by dealing with I mean that she should have stepped out of the principal's office, gone to his secretary or someone else in the main office of the school, and then used their phone to call 911. She should have then filed a formal complaint with the school district against the principal.
 
2012-10-13 06:31:42 AM

Bathia_Mapes: And, IMHO, that's the way it should be. Sure it costs the school district to have these background checks run, but lawsuits resulting from sex offenders having contact with students costs far more.


Our district requires a background check and fingerprinting done at the police station. It costs the volunteer $20 and takes about fifteen minutes. If we go to the zoo, for example, non-vetted parents may accompany their child's group and assist the volunteer, but cannot go off alone with students. There is no way in hell anyone would be told "deal with it".
 
2012-10-13 06:32:50 AM
assets0.ordienetworks.com
 
2012-10-13 06:33:06 AM
Wouldn't a call to the police have gotten the perp arrested? Did she call the police? Where is the rest of the story?
 
2012-10-13 06:38:12 AM
sharetv.org

Phil: That's what we're doing now, Ted. We're dealing with it.
Lem: Deal with it!
 
2012-10-13 06:45:44 AM
The principle sounds like a real Cretin...
 
2012-10-13 06:50:39 AM
Pricipal . Caught sayof school has stoped Molesting. " Deal With It" Is He arrested or not. CNN Says yes. Omaha World-Herald Looking for corn -OR- "hello, I am molest single to salute and wait for arrest"
 
2012-10-13 06:53:52 AM

Paris1127: Pricipal . Caught sayof school has stoped Molesting. " Deal With It" Is He arrested or not. CNN Says yes. Omaha World-Herald Looking for corn -OR- "hello, I am molest single to salute and wait for arrest"


Meow?
 
2012-10-13 06:59:06 AM
Uh, the guy's awaiting trial....whatever happened to giving child molesters a fair trail before deciding they're guilty?
 
2012-10-13 07:02:14 AM
namatad:
Bathia_Mapes: And, IMHO, that's the way it should be. Sure it costs the school district to have these background checks run, but lawsuits resulting from sex offenders having contact with students costs far more.

And now the school will have to settle with the family, putting peoples hard earned tax dollars to work.
ASSHATS


If I were her family, I wouldn't be suing for money... A truly groveling apology from the principal would be a start, along with a permanent fix for the policy that allowed this to happen. And maybe enough money to ensure that my daughter got as much survivor counseling as she could ever want, but that's not even that much.  TFA does not say the ACLU or the parents have sued anybody... yet. If the school digs in its heels, that could change of course.
 
2012-10-13 07:02:21 AM
By 'deal with it' I'll just assume he meant hitting the offender in the nuts with a hammer, or getting a large male relative to do it for her. Because that's the only that makes sense here. Unless he was implying the whole 'shovel and a lot of land' scenario?
 
2012-10-13 07:04:42 AM

feckingmorons: Tim Conway is the principal. Is Carol Burnett the guidance counselor?


Carol Burnett is of course the janitor.
 
2012-10-13 07:09:13 AM
untaken_name:
Uh, the guy's awaiting trial....whatever happened to giving child molesters a fair trail before deciding they're guilty?

Due diligence that in this case costs neither party anything? Also, if helping prove my innocence on such a serious charge included not volunteering at the school where my alleged victim was attending for a while, I'd be all about that. Just saying.
 
2012-10-13 07:11:53 AM

Paris1127: Pricipal . Caught sayof school has stoped Molesting. " Deal With It" Is He arrested or not. CNN Says yes. Omaha World-Herald Looking for corn -OR- "hello, I am molest single to salute and wait for arrest"


"Mr. Madison, what you've just said ... is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."
 
2012-10-13 07:13:18 AM

No Such Agency: untaken_name:
Uh, the guy's awaiting trial....whatever happened to giving child molesters a fair trail before deciding they're guilty?

Due diligence that in this case costs neither party anything? Also, if helping prove my innocence on such a serious charge included not volunteering at the school where my alleged victim was attending for a while, I'd be all about that. Just saying.


I can understand, from a certain perspective, an innocent person wanting to continue volunteering so as not to let the case disrupt their life. Go about your daily routine with your head held high. Suddenly dropping everything and holing up in your house makes it look like you've got something to hide.

That said, innocent until proven guilty aside, the guy was under a court order to avoid contact with minors while the case is proceeding and should not have volunteered in the first place. The school should have done its due diligence (especially after the alleged victim brought it to their attention) and known this guy was under a court order, and not let him volunteer.
 
2012-10-13 07:20:45 AM
About what we've come to expects from the libtards at the ACLU, they probably didn't even ask if it was forcible sexual assault before they went off on their little crusade.
 
2012-10-13 07:22:33 AM

doglover: Bathia_Mapes: That amazes me, especially since I know for a fact that if you want to volunteer at any of the public schools in Eugene or Springfield you must pass a background check first.

Bullshiat waste of everyone's time and money.

Very simple test thanks to Adam Carolla:

Do you want to volunteer to spend time with school kids?

If yes, you're out. Goodbye.

If no, too bad. You're doin' this thing.


for years i've thought we should use this very method to select law enforcement workers and politicians of all levels.

-- IMHO a school Principal should protect their students like a mother hen protects their chicks. or whatever analogy fits in here - you know what i mean. no one, and i mean no one should get between Momma Bear and her cubs. shame on this Principal. i hope the town folk rally for this jackass to be removed from his position. there are competent and qualified people in america who would love to have that job, and they will do it properly.
 
2012-10-13 07:22:33 AM

one small post for man: About what we've come to expects from the libtards at the ACLU, they probably didn't even ask if it was forcible sexual assault before they went off on their little crusade.


Listen I know your trolling but right now that's exactly what some people are really thinking okay? Try to keep Poe's law at a minimum at least until election season is over.
 
2012-10-13 07:26:03 AM
Didn't this exact same thing happen before? I'd swear something just like this happened within the past year. I almost thought this was a repeat at first.
 
2012-10-13 07:33:19 AM

feckingmorons: Tim Conway is the principal. Is Carol Burnett the guidance counselor?


Or is Mrs. hhuWhiggins his secretary?
 
2012-10-13 07:36:22 AM

thatboyoverthere: one small post for man: About what we've come to expects from the libtards at the ACLU, they probably didn't even ask if it was forcible sexual assault before they went off on their little crusade.

Listen I know your trolling but right now that's exactly what some people are really thinking okay? Try to keep Poe's law at a minimum at least until election season is over.


I figured the used of "libtards" outside the politics tab and italicizing the word forcible were enough of a tip off. It's not like my name is tenpoundsofonesmallpostforman.

/so much derp
//can't even make fun of the derp now
///derp derp derp slashie derp
 
2012-10-13 07:37:21 AM
School PA system: "Attention All Classes! The annual field trip to the World's Second Largest Corn Maze has been cancelled, all because "Little Miss Wants To Keep Her Pants Up" is failing in Social Relations. Deal With It. That is all"

/is corn maze redundant?
 
2012-10-13 07:39:53 AM

No Such Agency: untaken_name:
Uh, the guy's awaiting trial....whatever happened to giving child molesters a fair trail before deciding they're guilty?

Due diligence that in this case costs neither party anything? Also, if helping prove my innocence on such a serious charge included not volunteering at the school where my alleged victim was attending for a while, I'd be all about that. Just saying.


Yeah, but I still think that child molesters like this one deserve the decency of a trial before they're inevitably found guilty, as this guy will undoubtedly be.
 
2012-10-13 07:47:08 AM
I'm seeing that word "accused" in the headline. Now I'm going to read TFA, but I'm pretty sure I have a good idea of what I'll find there.
 
2012-10-13 07:50:03 AM

ShannonKW: I'm seeing that word "accused" in the headline. Now I'm going to read TFA, but I'm pretty sure I have a good idea of what I'll find there.


Yep. It's the ACLU's press release.
 
2012-10-13 08:03:57 AM

untaken_name: Yeah, but I still think that child molesters like this one deserve the decency of a trial before they're inevitably found guilty, as this guy will undoubtedly be.


I agree about a fair trial. However, there was enough evidence to issue a restraining order, if I'm RTFT correctly. That's enough.
 
2012-10-13 08:12:14 AM
But allowing Chad Eggebraaten to accompany students after a felony sexual assault charge was filed against him was "poor judgement," McGowan said Friday.

Eggebraaten, of Crete, is awaiting trial after allegedly sexually assaulting the girl in May. The girl was an eighth-grader at the time.

According to the case's affidavit, Eggebraaten drove the girl to his house, pushed her onto his bed and pinned her down. She refused to take off her pants, but he ripped them off and assaulted her, according to the affidavit.

He also told the girl that next time they hung out, they would have sex and she would "have to pretend to enjoy it," according to the affidavit for his arrest filed by the Nebraska State Patrol.


/Whoever told that girl to "deal with it" needs a good ass kicking by her dad. Then a nice stay in PMITA federal rape rape prison. Seriously, she was eight.
 
2012-10-13 08:16:15 AM
Oops..in eighth grade i mean. Still.
 
2012-10-13 08:21:41 AM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: School PA system: "Attention All Classes! The annual field trip to the World's Second Largest Corn Maze has been cancelled, all because "Little Miss Wants To Keep Her Pants Up" is failing in Social Relations. Deal With It. That is all"

/is corn maze maize redundant?


No.
 
2012-10-13 08:31:28 AM
FTA: It was at the school when his alleged victim saw him.

That's some fine journalism, there, Lou.
 
2012-10-13 08:37:07 AM

untaken_name: No Such Agency: untaken_name:
Uh, the guy's awaiting trial....whatever happened to giving child molesters a fair trail before deciding they're guilty?

Due diligence that in this case costs neither party anything? Also, if helping prove my innocence on such a serious charge included not volunteering at the school where my alleged victim was attending for a while, I'd be all about that. Just saying.

Yeah, but I still think that child molesters like this one deserve the decency of a trial before they're inevitably found guilty, as this guy will undoubtedly be.


And? We put all kinds of restrictions on people who are innocent until proven guilty of the crimes they're accused of. That dude here in Montreal who allegedly likes to film himself killing and eating people before mailing their body parts around the country is innocent, but we don't let him run around the city. This guy was accused of sexual assault. He was ordered to stay away from minors. That's far less restrictive than being kept in jail until trial, but he couldn't even do that. No sympathy at all.
 
2012-10-13 08:49:51 AM

thatboyoverthere: one small post for man: About what we've come to expects from the libtards at the ACLU, they probably didn't even ask if it was forcible sexual assault before they went off on their little crusade.

Listen I know your trolling but right now that's exactly what some people are really thinking okay? Try to keep Poe's law at a minimum at least until election season is over.


Sarcasm. How does it work?
 
2012-10-13 08:53:47 AM
principal, should be fired and his teaching license revoked and he should be put in jail for knowingly assisting others to commit a crime.
 
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