Probe Into Bathroom Sex Assaults At Loudoun County Schools Continues

Jessica Kramer | July 21, 2022
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A judge rejected an effort by the Loudoun County School Board in Virginia to shut down a special grand jury. The grand jury is investigating the school system's handling of two sexual assaults involving a boy who was wearing a skirt when he committed at least one of the attacks.

Ian Prior Of America First Legal tells MRCTV the board was not forthcoming in how it handled the case as it worked on policies for transgender students.

"The court was really not able to find any reason why a civil process should interrupt this grand jury," Prior says.

"For a court to shutdown that jury based on speculation of LCPS was really not in the interest of justice in this case," he added.

The investigation of the Loudoun County School Board was Executive Order Number 4 signed by Gov. Glenn Youngkin in January.

“We are pleased with the court’s ruling dismissing the School Board’s complaint and affirming Governor Youngkin’s Executive Order Number Four," Attorney General Jason Miyares wrote in a statement. "This is a win for parents and students across the Commonwealth." 

Related: Our Daughters 'Scared To Even Go To The Bathrooms Alone’: Parents Sue Loudoun County Over Woke School Policies

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