Saturday, June 10, 2017

Exclusive Breaking News: Jury Finds MCPS Teacher Guilty of Sexual Abuse of Children [No Statement from Board of Ed., State's Attorney and No Media Coverage. The MCPS Cover Up Continues].

From: "CLOVERLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL"
Date: June 10, 2017 at 12:00:05 PM EDT
A message from CLOVERLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Dear Cloverly Community,
I am writing to provide an update on the court proceedings for Mr. John Vigna. The Montgomery County State’s Attorney's Office has informed me that at approximately 1:00 a.m.this morning, a jury has found him guilty on multiple counts of sexual abuse of a minor and third degree sex offense. As I have previously shared, Mr. Vigna was immediately placed on administrative leave in February 2016 after allegations were reported.
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Sincerely,
Dr. Melissa Brunson
Principal, Cloverly E.S.

11 comments:

  1. Most likely, the MD legislature will be 'burning the midnight oil' coming up with more ambiguous and dubious language to insert into the law.

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  2. Case Search Notices (Is this just a coincidence?)
    Scheduled Outage - Friday, June 9, 2017 at 4 pm until Monday, June 12 at 6 am

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    1. John McCarthy, the Montgomery County State's Attorney knows the jury verdict.

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    2. Perhaps it is not considered a 'high profile' case to warrant such attention.

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    3. Correct. Sexual abuse of Montgomery County children is not important. PG and DC? Yes, those children are valued and these crimes get reported. Montgomery County, however, does not honor or respect their children. That must be part of the definition of being "progressive."

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    4. The professor has a very busy schedule:
      http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Department2.aspx?id=69252

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    5. I like to believe that the 'decision makers'
      honor and respect their very own,
      otherwise there are no words to describe them.

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  3. "... at approximately 1:00 a.m. this morning, a jury..." It sounds like it was sequestered.

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    1. The point of sequestration is to keep jurors from watching the news and reading media reports of trials. There was NO danger of that happening in this case since there was absolutely no media coverage of this trial or this verdict. There has been no discussion of this case and no reporting on this case. This is Montgomery County and the local press is very selective in what they cover. If this case were in PG or DC, the reporters would have been there when the jury returned their verdict. Montgomery County? Zero coverage of this trial or verdict.

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    2. A conspiracy of silence, hidden in plain sight.

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  4. MCPS truly seems to be wanting to win the downward spiral award for lack of accountability.

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