California School Staff Charged After The Death Of Autistic Student They Left Him In Restraints

A Northern California school and three of its employees have been charged after an autistic student died as a result of being restrained. Facedown for at least an hour. Guiding Hands School, a former private school in El Dorado Hills, California, and three of its ex-employees were charged with felony involuntary manslaughter on Tuesday, nearly a year after 13-year-old Max Benson died while in the school’s care, authorities said. The school’s executive director, principal and a special education teacher were each charged with manslaughter in connection to the student’s death, according to the El Dorado County District Attorney’s Office. All of the defendants are scheduled to be arraigned today. Formal pleas have not been entered by any of them. “This charge is based on the November 28, 2018, prone restraint of a minor student by Kimberly Wohlwend that resulted in that student’s death,” a statement from prosecutors explains. Max was[…]

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Democrat Dud: First Public Impeachment Hearing Falls Short as 'Complicated,' Unclear Allegations Drive Inquiry Forward

House Democrats’ first impeachment inquiry public hearing was widely panned as the two career diplomats who testified failed to offer clear allegations of wrongdoing against Trump, and Democrats running the show found themselves on defense in response to the Republicans in the minority who were aggressive and effective in pushing their counter-narrative.

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Dems Threaten Chicago Police If They Help ICE Agents In Anyway [Details]

I can’t express enough how dangerous it is to force our law enforcement to not cooperate with one another. Take a look at the rivalry between the CIA and FBI over the years and the damage it caused. In Chicago, that’s going to be the norm. Police were ordered to not render aid to ICE agents unless they’re actively in physical danger. A break down in cooperation between the two agencies will likely lead to resentment and discord. Then again, maybe that’s the democrat’s point? According to Fox News, the Chicago Police Department advised officers not to cooperate with the Department of Homeland Security, particularly in situations involving immigration arrests, according to an internal department memo obtained by Fox News. Instead of assisting DHS upon request, officers are instructed to wait for their supervisor to arrive, the memo said. Once the supervisor arrives, “if the request is to assist with an immigration arrest or detention, CPD personnel[…]

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