Hargrave exited the room on her own, but once she reached the hallway, the officer took her to the ground and handcuffed her, leaving onlookers shocked.

“What are you doing, can you explain!” Hargrave yelled as the officer picked her up from the floor and pushed her towards an exit, commanding her to “stop resisting”.

Hargrave responded: “I am not, you just pushed me to the floor!”

WTF is wrong with our law enforcement?

She was, however, charged with “remaining after being forbidden” and “resisting an officer”, both of which can be brought by a marshal, and do not require the school board’s cooperation.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/jan/09/louisiana-teacher-handcuffed-forcibly-after-asking-questions-at-board-meeting

12 thoughts on “Hargrave exited the room on her own, but once she reached the hallway, the officer took her to the ground and…

  1. How can you be kicked out of a public school board meeting for asking questions during the time for public comments? And how can you possibly be arrested for that?

    There’s just so much wrong here, I hope her lawyer takes down the school board and the marshal.

  2. < ![CDATA[How can you be kicked out of a public school board meeting for asking questions during the time for public comments? And how can you possibly be arrested for that? There's just so much wrong here, I hope her lawyer takes down the school board and the marshal.]]>

  3. They’ll say the officer used his best judgment and feared for the safety of himself and others, and he will be praised for his restraint considering her disrupting behavior and incivility. Don’t you remember how the Don’t Taze Me Bro student became a national joke?

  4. < ![CDATA[They’ll say the officer used his best judgment and feared for the safety of himself and others, and he will be praised for his restraint considering her disrupting behavior and incivility. Don’t you remember how the Don’t Taze Me Bro student became a national joke?]]>