Teacher questioning superintendent's pay removed from board meeting in handcuffs

Teacher questioning superintendent's pay removed from board meeting in handcuffs

Middle school English teacher Deyshia Hargrave called into question the $30,000 raise stipulated in superintendent Jermone Puyau's new contract, which she called a "slap in the face for teachers, cafeteria workers or any other support staff".

Ms Hargrave appeared to leave the meeting willingly after the officer approached her and asked her to do so, but in the hallway video showed that she was on the ground being handcuffed and asking "what are you doing?" repeatedly.

"Hold on, I am way smaller than you", the woman then said to the marshal as he shoved her toward an exit.

"I have a serious issue with a superintendent or any person of leadership getting any type of raise", she said at the meeting. "We work very hard, with very little, to maintain the salaries we have". Superintendent Jerome Puyau, who is the beneficiary of the $38,000 raise, told local reporters that the school board was not pressing charges against Hargrave. She bonded out that night. The Constitution prohibits the government from punishing or retaliating against people for expressing their views, and the fact that a schoolteacher was arrested at a public meeting of the school board is especially troubling. According to KATC, at least one school board member ruled her "out of order" at one point during the discussion.

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Following the freakish - and violent - arrest, Vermilion Parish School Board Superintendent Jerome Puyau told the local news outlet the district won't press charges against Hargrave. Handcuffs were later placed on Hargrave as she was removed from the building.

"I am not, you just pushed me to the floor!"

In any case, Hargrave was set up for the city imprison for "staying in the wake of being prohibited" and opposing an officer, KATC-TV revealed Tuesday.

According to Ike Funderburk, Abbeville's city attorney and prosecutor, no charges will be filed against Hargrave.

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