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    During a sixth-grade choir class, an assistant principal allegedly ordered a mass, suspicionless strip search of the underwear of twenty-two preteen girls. $50 went missing during a sixth-grade choir class at Houston’s public Lanier Middle School. When no money turned up, the school police officer “suggested that girls like to hide things in their bras and panties.” All twenty-two girls in the choir class were then strip searched. No parents were notified, despite the girls’ requests. No money was found. Let's discuss this egregious violation of constitutional rights. *************************** * COMMUNITY! * *************************** Join our live discussions on Discord:

  • Michael Berthelsen
    Michael Berthelsen 1 week ago (edited)

    Christ Almighty...! Who, WHO hired and trained this idiot?! EVERYTHING in this case is the EXACT EXAMPLE of what NOT to do...!!!

  • Dominic Cornett
    Dominic Cornett 1 week ago (edited)

    I understand that this boils down to a "failure to train" case, however, I'm greatly troubled by the fact that not just a teacher but a Vice Principal, not to mention a school police officer, couldn't comprehend based on nothing more than common sense that these searches were not reasonable. I suppose that highlights the importance of training, but still. If you're looking for one item and your solution is to order the strip-search of 22 children you know that at least 21 of those searches are going to be fruitless. The fact that one of them might be fruitful doesn't justify the other 21. In this case, all 22 were fruitless, but regardless, since it was known that 21 of the searches would be fruitless they were clearly not reasonable. I know they weren't trained but this was an experienced, college-educated adult. Again, I suppose it highlights the importance of training but it concerns me that someone who couldn't reach a common sense conclusion about the reasonableness of mass strip-searches is in a position of authority over children. Or a position of authority over anyone for that matter. For some reason, despite decades of experience, I continue to be surprised by the stupidity of the average person.

  • Arexion5293
    Arexion5293 1 week ago

    ... Someone's getting fired for this. Many are getting fired for this. Someone might go to jail too.

  • Alpha Dash
    Alpha Dash 1 week ago

    How in the hell did the first court find that this was ok???

  • Byron LeBlanc
    Byron LeBlanc 1 week ago

    Is $50 that important?

  • Ikiry0
    Ikiry0 1 week ago

    'Tactical Bra' seems particularly appropriate a person to have there right now.

  • djizomdjinn
    djizomdjinn 1 week ago

    "All agree the search violated the girls constitutional rights..." "Even so, the district court dismissed the girls' lawsuit against the school district for failure to state a claim." It's not often that I headdesk twenty seconds into your videos, but this certainly deserves it.

  • Hit Monkey
    Hit Monkey 1 week ago

    There's some snarky comment I can make. I may make it later. BUT WHAT THE ACTUAL HELL!?!

  • Ogre1977
    Ogre1977 1 week ago

    The thing I take away from this is that even with the 4th amendment & ALL the case law the court repeatedly dismissed the case against the school...

  • Kaj Raske
    Kaj Raske 1 week ago

    Well that's certainly a title.

  • Vaylon Kenadell
    Vaylon Kenadell 1 week ago

    It's like they've never even heard of a warrant.

  • jgclark45
    jgclark45 1 week ago

    oh please! Either the assistant principal or the school resource officer stole the money and were over compensating by ordering the strip search.

  • Falney
    Falney 1 week ago

    How old is 6th grade? I'm from the UK. To me the 6th grade is age 10-11. Which to me makes it even worse. At least he got the nurse to do it rather than himself. (I assume that the nurse was a woman)

  • JJ2078
    JJ2078 1 week ago

    The 4th person on discord there has a very appropriate name for the subject.

  • Doubting Thomas
    Doubting Thomas 1 week ago

    It's entirely possible there is no missing $50. It was all a mistake. They left it on their night stand at home.

  • Håkan Dören
    Håkan Dören 1 week ago

    what... WHAT?!

  • NoiseTheSilent
    NoiseTheSilent 1 week ago

    Looks to me like the first courts to look at this case might also be suffering from "failure to train".

  • ShyGuy23751
    ShyGuy23751 1 week ago (edited)

    For $50 strip search everyone... thanks school not make it look like a prison

  • Jonathan Tabor
    Jonathan Tabor 1 week ago

    You're stunned? I'm not. Cops do this every day. You honestly can't go 24 hours without someone posting on youtube a video of a police officer violating someone's constitutional rights. Do the states do anything, other then a paid vacation for the officer (Administrative leave is a temporary leave from a job assignment, with pay and benefits intact), an "investigation" and a completely asinine ruling of "reasonable man" doctrine or "officers discretion"? Yea, they do. They bar any action by the citizen seeking any relief. Forcing the citizen to spend thousands more to appeal to a higher court. The citizen is victimized twice, once by the original offense, second by the judicial system. In my personal experience, as a reserve officer for my city (a voluntary, unpaid position), I witnessed an officer go well beyond groping a 14 year old girl. When I tried to stop the paid officer and later complained, I was told I did not have the authority to stop him and was reprimanded. There was an investigation, but the ruling was "the officer had reasonable cause to suspect the 14 year old may have had a weapon inside her body cavity". Given the child had not actually violated any law and was later released without being charged, he had no right to search, yet the mother did not have the money to hire an attorney to push it in civil court. Realizing the corruption and after several more instances, including finding a half ounce of cocaine in a narcotics officer's personal vehicle, I quit. I'm honestly more stunned that, as an attorney, you would be stunned by this. You see the legal quagmire that is the judicial system, you see how abhorrent people can be, how can you be stunned by this?

  • Higgins2001
    Higgins2001 1 week ago

    So many appelate judges seem SO intelligent, wise, fair, impartial, and knowledgeable about jurisprudence - this opinion demonstrated all of these qualities! ...so why are those who LACK these qualities the ones nominated to our highest court?