LFC Daily News Clips | November 30, 2017

Good Morning

A Virginia mother was arrested after sending her 9-year-old daughter to school with an audio recorder in her backpack to see if the child was being bullied. http://wapo.st/2i3B3mQ

Sarah Sims told CNN that she had repeatedly contacted school officials about concerns that her daughter was being bullied. Because the school had yet to respond to her, she said she decided that capturing evidence of bullying was her only choice.

After review, the Office of the Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney decided to not prosecute Sims. Obviously, it should never have come to this.

Enjoy your day. – Paul


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