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Loudoun County Superintendent Email is the Smoking Gun

Loudoun County, VA - Last night, WTOP broke a major story in the Loudoun County Public Schools scandal. Pursuant to an email WTOP obtained via FOIA, it is now clear that upon learning of the alleged sexual assault in a bathroom at Stone Bridge High School on May 28th, Superintendent Scott Ziegler immediately sent an email to the entire school board alerting them to the details of the incident.

Let's review the timeline of this brazen cover up:

1. Superintendent Ziegler sends a 5/28 email to the school board.

2. At a June 22nd school board meeting, school board member Beth Barts asked Ziegler if there were regularly sexual assaults in bathrooms. Ziegler falsely stated that he was unaware of any records of sexual assaults in bathrooms. Realizing that Ziegler made a false statement, Chairwoman Brenda Sheridan asked a clean-up question to Ziegler by limiting the query to whether there were sexual assaults by transgender students in bathrooms. 

The alleged victim's father was then arrested for disorderly conduct at that school board meeting and the Soros-backed prosecutor Buta Biberaj personally prosecutes him.
3. At the August 10th school board meeting, the alleged victim of the May 28th assault had signed up to speak at the school board. When Chairwoman Sheridan called her name, Superintendent Ziegler (left) wrote a note and walked it over to Sheridan. Meanwhile, school board member Ian Serotkin (right) nervously looked up, appeared to send a text message, and glanced over at Sheridan and Ziegler.

At that same meeting, the school board passed Policy 8040, which would allow students to use whichever bathroom corresponds to the gender with which they identify.
A clue to who knew in Loudoun County?
4. Following the Daily Wire breaking this story on October 11, Loudoun County Public Schools put out a statement claiming that the school board did not have specific details of the incident until it was reported in the media.
5. On October 14, the parents of Fight for Schools held a press conference laying out the case as to why Superintendent Ziegler and members of the school board knew.

Fight for Schools also called for Ziegler to be fired, for complicit school board members to resign, for an independent investigation to be commissioned by any remaining school board members, and for a Department of Justice investigation into LCPS for Title IX and any other violations of law.
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