- The school board fired Scott Ziegler from his role after the report came to light
- The superintendent is accused of covering up the allegations against the boy
- Father of one of the victims slammed the grand jury for not having ‘more teeth’
- He hopes more repercussions are set to come for the Loudoun County district
- A 15-year-old boy was sentenced in November for assaulting two teenage girls
- He attacked them in May and October last year, raping one in a bathroom stall
- The teenager assaulted the second girl after switching schools
- It comes after the mother of the boy defended his actions to DailyMail.com
A long-awaited report from a grand jury found Superintendant Scott Ziegler had tried to cover up the rape of one girl and a second girl was sexually assaulted after the boy in a skirt raped an underage girl. Instead of expelling the rapist, the superintendent placed him in a different school where he attacked the second victim. When the father of the girl who was raped appeared before the school board to complain,m they had him arrested and dragged out of the building.
From The Daily Mail
The case became the hot tip of a raging debate in Loudoun County over transgender students’ rights and parents’ freedom of speech.
Initially, Scott and his wife Jessica asked for the boy to be given treatment for rehabilitation, rather than going straight to jail.
But after the second incident came to light, which involved a different girl, Scott has now branded the teen as a ‘psychopath’ – warning ‘we are going to hear about him again’.
A special report found that the second assault could have been prevented, and school district administrators lied to parents in an attempt to cover up the controversy over the transgender bathroom policy.
Scott also slammed the grand jury for failing to pin any criminal blame on the school and teachers, instead just recommending what they could do differently in the future.
Speaking to Fox News Scott said:
“‘They just lie lie lie. I can show you the picture of what he looked like that day it’s on my phone.”
“There was no kilt about it. I think he decided who he was and what he was on a daily basis.”
“I’ve seen evidence since that, unfortunately, my wife and I we fought very hard to get this child treatment and then evidence revealed to us after the fact that this kids a psychopath.”
“He’s a sexual predator and unfortunately, were going to hear about him again.”
The school board did not come out unscathed. They were faulted for looking out for themselves and not the victims. I think it would be fair to say that the actions of the Loudoun School Board are what got Gov. Youngkin elected. This will continue as long as they allow boys in the girls’ bathroom and locker room.