Support 1MM, Tell Senators To Confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett

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Tell your Senators to confirm Judge Amy Barratt to SCOTUS.

Laws aren’t made by Judges, they apply
the law, confirm Judge Barrett
to SCOTUS

Judge Amy Coney Barrett was unanimously voted out of the Senate Judiciary Committee by a 12-0 tally.  The vote was along party lines with 12 Republicans voting in favor of the Barrett nomination while the 10 Democratic committee members boycotted the vote.  On Monday, October 26, the Senate is expected to vote on the confirmation of Judge Barrett.

It’s urgent that you call and ask your senators to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Congress requires that you provide your address when contacting your senators.  This also enables our software to identify and send communication directly to the senators representing your state.

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The analysis of research on Judge Barrett demonstrates she has a constitutional philosophy of a limited judiciary.  This means she opposes judicial activism –– whereby judges act as a super-legislature, writing laws from the bench.  Judge Barrett has said, “What we want in a Justice, [is] someone who applies the law, who follows the law where it goes and doesn’t decide simply on the basis of partisan preference.”

Your senators need to be encouraged to stand strong against the coming liberal tsunami of intimidation and hate and confirm Judge Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Take action now.  Call your senators and urge them to confirm Judge Amy Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Monica Cole, Director
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FL Special Needs Teacher Arrested For Child Abuse

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Graciela Reyes-Marino

Special Education Teacher at Miami
School Facing Child Abuse,
Neglect Charges

MIAMI, FL  –   A special education teacher at a Miami elementary school is facing charges after police said she punched a student and shoved another.

Graciela Reyes-Marino, a teacher at Auburndale Elementary, was arrested Thursday on aggravated child abuse and child neglect charges, an arrest report said.

The report said earlier this month a boy in Reyes-Marino’s class had been crying and screaming when she allegedly grabbed him by the wrist and shoved him into a bathroom corridor.

She then closed the doors behind the boy, leaving him alone in a confined area for 3-4 seconds until he started screaming louder, the report said. She then opened the door and walked him to his desk.

During a separate incident, a student who was looking under his desk had been asked to stop multiple times by Reyes-Marino before she punched him on his upper back area with a closed fist, the report said.

“[Reyes-Marino] forcefully lifted [the victim] from the ground, proceeded to kick him in the leg and punch him with a closed fist on his upper back area prior to sitting him down,” the report said.

The report said Reyes-Marino denied punching the boy and said she propped the door open for the other student in the corridor.

Reyes-Marino, 60, was booked into jail and later released on bond.

Miami-Dade County Public Schools officials said Reyes-Marino had been employed by the district for about eight years but will be fired.

“Miami-Dade County Public Schools is deeply disturbed about the serious allegations made against the employee.  Conduct such as the one she is accused of will not be tolerated,” the district said in a statement.  “As soon as the allegations surfaced, the individual was reassigned away from the school setting pending the outcome of an investigation by the Miami-Dade Schools Police Department.  As a result of this week’s arrest, her employment will be terminated and she will be precluded from seeking future work with the District.”

NE School Supt First Hearing For Sexual Assault Of Child, CA Charges

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Timothy DeWaard, 56, is charged with felony child abuse.

Former Centennial superintendent
makes first appearance on
Child Abuse charge

LINCOLN, NE  –  A former superintendent of Centennial Public Schools accused of inappropriate contact with a student made his first court appearance Wednesday.

Timothy DeWaard, 56, is charged with felony child abuse.

NE School Superintendent Arrested Child Abuse, Sexual Assault Of Student

DeWaard resigned in July after being arrested on sexual assault of a child and child abuse charges after law enforcement received a tip regarding the alleged abuse of a high school-aged student.

Investigators said in an affidavit for his arrest that DeWaard began talking with the male student over the Snapchat app.  The talks escalated to DeWaard bringing the student into his office on multiple occasions and having him sit on his lap while he helped him with his school work, investigators wrote.  DeWaard also touched the boy’s inner thighs, according to the document.

The incidents took place over several months, with the alleged victim telling investigators he “felt he had to do this or he would fail out of school,” according to court documents.

Deputies with the Seward County Sheriff’s Office arrested DeWaard without incident at the school.  He was released after his wife paid five percent of his $50,000 bond.

DeWaard’s next hearing is scheduled for November.

SC Couple Charged In Death Of Newborn

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Aaron Doster, 22, arrested for the death of newborn

Man, woman charged with homicide
by child abuse months after baby girl
dies in York County

YORK COUNTY, SC  –  A man and woman have been arrested following a three-and-a-half-month investigation following the death of a baby girl in York County, officials announced on Wednesday.

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Hannah Parton, 21, was arrested for death of newborn

York County detectives charged Aaron Doster and Hannah Parton with homicide by child abuse and unlawful neglect of a child.

Both Doster, 22, and Parton, 21, were arrested following an investigation into the June 23 death of Parton’s 7-week-old daughter.

Detectives, with help from the State Law Enforcement Division (SLED), charged Doster with homicide after they said he caused blunt force trauma to the head of the baby.

Doster and Parton were also charged with unlawful neglect of a child. Doster was not the father of the baby.

Both Doster and Parton are being held at the York County Detention Center.