National Bonds for the Win Update
SCASD Unmask Our Kids campaign going strong; SCASD administration doubling down on masks.
Yesterday, SCASD parents filed a crime report with the State College Police Department, requesting a police investigation of the child abuse taking place every day in SCASD schools, against schoolchildren, as the official government policy of the elected SCASD school board and appointed administrators.
As we notified the district on Wednesday, February 23, with a demand for the child abuse to stop by Monday, February 28, the primary crimes are those enumerated in 23 Pa. CSA §6303, including but not limited to:
(b)(1) - bodily injury;
(b)(2) - Fabricating, feigning or intentionally exaggerating or inducing a medical symptom or disease which results in a potentially harmful medical evaluation or treatment;
(b)(3) - Causing or substantially contributing to serious mental injury;
(b)(5) - Creating a reasonable likelihood of bodily injury;
(b)(6) - Creating a likelihood of sexual abuse or exploitation; and
(b)(8)(v): interfering with the breathing of a child.
Also yesterday, SCASD Superintendent Robert O’Donnell notified the district by email that the administration is doubling down on masking children, saying that maybe, tentatively, by March 28, they will perhaps have some ideas about how to protect students board-designated as high-risk or immunocompromised, and maybe, possibly, at that point, they will temporarily stop abusing children, with the option to restart the child abuse at any time, at their sole discretion, on any pretext.
Because somehow two years wasn’t enough time for them to figure that out.
And because SCASD can’t figure it out immediately, even though hundreds of school districts in urban, suburban and rural Pennsylvania communities already figured it out many, many months ago, and thousands of districts across America figured it out more than a year-and-a-half ago.
Today, SCASD parents are continuing to prepare claim forms to be submitted to the SCASD insurance company and thinking through national media outreach and direct action options.
Meanwhile, an update on the state of play nationally, from Bonds for the Win.
Parents all across the nation are standing up to school boards, sending in notices of intent to file a claim against their criminal liability policies and/or filing lawsuits to stop this tyranny.
It is due to their courageous efforts that the narrative is crumbling and School Districts are realizing that they have no legal standing to enforce masks AND by doing so, they are in violation of SEVERAL state, federal and international laws and they are personally liable for their actions.