Despicable does not even begin to describe the insidious negligence that was committed by Loudoun County Schools.
A newly uncovered email that was sent by the county’s superintendent – Scott Ziegler – proves that the Loudoun County Public School Board WAS informed of the alleged rape of a student that took place in a high school bathroom on May 28th, 2021, but chose to bury the information instead of taking appropriate measures.
The email, which was uncovered by WTOP-TV, clearly notified the entire school board that an incident was being investigated by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office because a female student had filed a report with them which alleged that she was sexually assaulted in a school restroom by a male student.
From Scott Ziegler’s email to the school board:
Good Afternoon, Board Members, The purpose of this email is to provide you with information regarding an incident that occurred at Stone Bridge HS. This afternoon a female student alleged that a male student sexually assaulted her in the restroom.
The LCSO [Sheriff’s Office] is investigating the matter. Secondary to the assault investigation, the female student’s parent responded to the school and caused a disruption by using threatening and profane language that was overheard by staff and students. Additional law enforcement units responded to the school to assist with the parent. The school’s counseling team is providing services for students who witnessed the parent’s behavior. The alleged victim is being tended to by LCSO.
The email clearly demonstrates that the board was indeed aware of the alleged bathroom assault when they held a June 22 school board meeting. In that meeting, Ziegler brazenly misled the public, saying there was NO RECORD OF ANY sexual assaults in a school bathroom.
The public board meeting was held to discuss a proposed policy that would allow transgender students to use whichever bathroom they want. Parents, like the victim’s father (Scott Smith) – had vehemently voiced their concerns over letting boys who identify as girls use the girls’ restrooms because allowing such a thing would endanger the safety of their children.
In response to the outraged parents, superintendent Scott Ziegler claimed the outrage over new transgender policies was “unreasonable” because the school district had “no record of a sexual assault ever taking place in a school bathroom.”
“The predator transgender student or person simply does not exist,” Ziegler said at the meeting. “We don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms.”
Just a short while later – after the meeting had been deemed an “unlawful assembly” – the board voted to approve new transgender policies that would go into effect for this coming school year. Now every school in the district has genderless bathrooms, which was what allowed this horrific (and preventable) incident to occur in the first place.
They rammed through the new policy despite the brutal incident having occurred just 3 weeks prior. The male ‘transgender’ offender was reportedly wearing a dress when he raped the unnamed 14-year-old girl in the lady’s bathroom at Stone Bridge High School.
According to an attorney for the girl’s father, the male ‘transgender’ student has been charged with two counts of forcible sodomy, one count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio related to the incident. Law enforcement investigators conducted 2 separate rape kits that confirmed the incident.
SICKENING: Loudoun County Schools Covered Up Rape of a 14-Year-Old Girl and Prosecuted Her Father To Protect Male Transgender Student Who Was Permitted to Use Ladies Bathrooms
The male student who committed the brutal assault was not punished – administrators just moved him to another school in the area, where he was allowed to assault another teenage girl a short while later.
Not only did they cover up the crimes, claiming they never happened, the school board also pressed charges against the victim’s father when he tried to speak up at the July board meeting.
Last week, after the lid had been blown off of their cover-up, Ziegler scrambled in a pathetic attempt to cover himself and apologized for his “misleading” remarks, shamelessly claiming that he thought the question was only in reference to assaults against transgender students.
“First, let me say to the families and students involved, my heart aches for you, and I am sorry that we failed to provide the safe, welcoming and affirming environment that we aspire to provide. We acknowledge and share your pain and we will continue to offer you support to help your families through this trauma.”
The victim’s family now plans to file a civil lawsuit against the school, as they should! Bill Stanley, one of the attorneys representing the family, explained in a statement that the superintendent’s apology is just more proof that the school administration “failed to provide the safe environment” for the students.
From Stanley’s statement:
“As evidenced by subsequent events and revelations, Loudoun Public Schools have been failing the parents who entrusted them to provide a safe environment for their children every day. That trust has irrevocably broken by Loudoun County Public Schools’ actions and inactions.”
The activist educators on Loudon County’s Board should be held criminally responsible for their negligence and compliance in covering up this vicious attack.
These people are monsters.
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