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(CNN) -- Officials in Lauderdale County, Mississippi, have operated "a school-to-prison pipeline" that violates the constitutional rights of juveniles by incarcerating them for alleged school disciplinary infractions, some as minor as defiance, the U.S. Department of Justice said Friday.
"Students most affected by this system are African-American children and children with disabilities," the Justice Department said.
The federal agency's civil rights division seeks "meaningful negotiations" in 60 days to end the constitutional violations or else a federal lawsuit would be filed against state, county and local officials in Meridian, according to a Justice Department letter dated Friday to those officials.
If and when"the real deal"occurs the agents of the government WONT be dealing with CHILDREN,lol.I almost pity these fools when people finally strike back...
Originally posted by visualmiscreant
I hate to say it, but this is probably just practice for the real deal...
Originally posted by moonzoo7
reply to post by visualmiscreant
I know and that SUCKS. If they'll do it to kids ( and get away with it ), then the adults are next. I'm not a Right-Winger by any stretch, but a fortified bunker in Montana is looking more and more inviting!