Another typical case: 2 kids’ parents cry “racial discrimination” hoping for attention and a scared like a rabbit judicial system. But this time, the judge did not cave from leftist pressure in the NE suburb of Columbus, OH called Westerville:
Two Westerville school-district employees did not discriminate against two youngsters who were handcuffed by police after a 2011 school-bus incident, a federal judge has concluded.
Tonya Mitchell had sued bus driver Deidre Vandewater and Pointview Elementary School Principal Jeanne Roth, accusing them of discriminating against her son and daughter because they are black.
U.S. District Judge James L. Graham ruled on Friday that Mitchell did not present evidence of discrimination. He threw the case out. He also ruled that Mitchell did not present evidence that the Westerville Board of Education had discriminatory discipline practices.