- 7:30 AM – Alabama Democrats; Chairperson Nancy Worley
- 9:00 AM – State Representative Mike Ball
- 10:00 AM – Joe Guzzardi, immigration activist
Arrests made in the hallways of Huntsville schools are “unfair” to African-American children, wrote Madison County Commissioner Bob Harrison in a letter to federal court this week.
Harrison wrote U.S. District Judge Madeline Hughes Haikala to take issue with a recent letter from Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, who urged the judge to allow Huntsville police to arrest students as needed.
Harrison instead suggested that Huntsville police no longer get involved with in-school discipline, such as making an arrest for disorderly conduct when students are seen in fight.
Harrison urges the judge to limit police officers “to a role of indirect school support and supplemental truancy assistance and external threats to school security.”
But Huntsville Police Chief Mark McMurray has also weighed in.
McMurray wrote his own letter to the judge, arguing educators aren’t trained to handle criminal matters or evidence.
“Civilians, involved in the process, would unnecessarily place themselves, administrators, teachers, staff and students at risk; and related criminal cases would be placed in jeopardy,” wrote McMurray.
Peaceful protest continue…
Still with this?
Hillary is probably going to win big anyway, but if the “Dump Trump” stuff succeeds, they won’t, it will be worse…
Gary Johnson is beating Trump with “young people”… Man.
For Facebook, this is fine…
Huntsville expertly managed the #BlackLivesMatter event.
America, you are terrible…
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