Two escorted from Hardin County School Board meeting by ISPPosted by Jack Howser on Monday, January 23rd, 2012 @ 8:58 pm.
Tina Williams, the mother of one of the two freshman girls accused of creating a “kill list” of students they allegedly wanted to push off the cliffs at San Damiano on the Ohio River, reportedly got completely out of control during the hour-long meeting, which numerous parents were attending due to their interest in their own childrens’ names being on the list.
The meeting started with the verbal threats from Williams as well as Williams’ own mother; according to witnesses there, the women were “threatening, cursing, yelling and out of control.”
“The state police had to escort the both of them at one point during that hour because of their behavior,” one woman whose child was on the “kill list” told Disclosure about a half hour ago.
However, during the hour devoted to input about the matter, the parents affected by the list, as well as others, were allowed to voice their opinions on it. Each parent was supposed to be limited to three minutes of floor time; a few of them got more, and this was what lead to the meeting lasting as long as it did.
The school board, the parents reported, “truly heard the fears and concerns” of the parents, and “we feel they’re going to do something about this,” the parent told us.
The school board told the parents they intend to have a decision by Wednesday of this week. We’ll cover that, as well as get some in-depth information from the affected parents, for the next print version, February/March 2012, on stands February 15th!
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