(WND)—A court has been asked to determine that a California school district is in contempt of court for refusing to reinstate several whistleblower teachers – which it has failed to do despite a court determination it was violating their constitutional rights.
The report comes from the Thomas More Society, which is fighting on behalf of the teachers. The school involved is the Escondido Union School District and Rincon Middle School.
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Officials there have refused to allow teachers Elizabeth Mirabelli and Lori Ann West to safely return to work. It was six months ago they were placed on administrative leave and two months ago a federal court held that the district was violating their rights, the report said.
Paul Jonna, counsel for the organization, explained, “Within a week of resolving the first administrative complaint against Lori, EUSD said that a new complaint had been filed, that it had to investigate. The school district can investigate all it wants, but it cannot use frivolous, serial complaints as an end-run around the court’s order.”
Further, Jonna added,