Saturday, December 27, 2014

If only substitute teachers could marry.

Society needs to teach women not to rape.

A Rice woman investigators say was a teacher’s aide or substitute teacher in the Rice Independent School District has been charged with sexual assault of a child and improper relationship between and educator and a student.
Amy Isom, 36, was arrested by Navarro County Sheriff’s deputies Tuesday at a home on NWCR 0150.
Navarro County Sheriff Elmer Tanner said Rice ISD school police began the investigation into the allegations against Isom, and contacted the sheriff’s office late last week to provide assistance to school police in the case.
Tanner said based on information uncovered during the preliminary investigation, the Navarro County Sheriff’s Office has taken the lead in the case.
Sheriff’s detectives filed two charges of sexual assault of a child and one count of improper relationship between an educator and a student. An additional charge of improper relationship was filed by Rice ISD Police.


2 comments:

Toby said...

The point of your apparent obsession with female teachers sleeping with students has escaped me. You seem to post multiple reference per month to such happenings. Interesting that in every case I recall you advertising, the perp was identified, arrested, and is likely to do significant jail time.

What's the point of the continual postings on this subject?

Peter Bradley said...

I do have multiple references per month.

Doesn't it interest you at all that I can post several references per month?

Doesn't that seem to run against the narrative that men are rapists?

In fact, 40% of sexual assaults are committed by women, but we would never know that from a media that is obsesses with ginning up fact rape scandals like the recent UVA fabrication.

Also, think hard about the tag line "if only women could marry...."

What do you think that is referring to?

 
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