this email update -- Homosexual movement
continues assault on children in schools:
David Parker and other parents filing
massive federal civil rights lawsuit
against Town of Lexington and numerous
public school officials over teaching
homosexuality to young children.
- Press conference 1 pm Thursday at
lawyers' offices in downtown Boston.
- "Today Show" and MSNBC
have already communicated interest
- waiting for Thursday's filing to
- A groundbreaking legal action for
the rights of parents!
is not dangerous because of those
who do harm,
but because of those who look at it
without doing anything."
- Albert Einstein
The time has come
for parents to fight back. And that
fight is about to begin, big time.
On Thursday, April 27, Lexington parents
David Parker and his wife, along with
Rob and Robin Wirthlin, will be filing
a major federal civil rights lawsuit
in United States District Court in
The suit is against the Town of
Lexington, and both individually and
as public officials:
of Schools Paul Ash; former Superintendent
of Schools William Hurley; School
Committee Members Helen Cohen, Thomas
Diaz, Olga Guttag, Scott Burson, and
Thomas Griffith; Director of Education
Andre Ravenelle; Health Education
Coordinator Jennifer Wolfrum; Estabrook
Principal Joni Jay; and second-grade
teacher Heather Kramer.
According to a press release from
the attorneys, the lawsuit has three
first, it alleges violations
of the Federal Civil Rights of the
plaintiffs by the defendants; second,
it alleges violations of the plaintiffs'
Massachusetts Civil Rights; and third,
violation of the State's Parental
Notification law [which we wrote and
got passed in 1996] which ensures
notification to parents prior to discussion
with students regarding human sexuality
The suit is seeking, among other things,
injunctive relief, compensatory damages,
punitive damages, exemplary damages,
and attorney's fees.
Pushing parents beyond the limit.
Exactly one year ago
Parker was arrested and spent the
night in jail when he insisted that
school officials notify him before
they discuss homosexuality with his
6-year-old son. Lexington school officials
had arrogantly refused. Instead of
working with him, they charged him
with criminal trespassing when he
merely demanded to be notified.
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A few weeks ago,
school officials defended the actions
of a teacher who read a "modern"
fairy tale of homosexual romance and
"marriage" to second-graders.
The teacher and principal told parents
Rob and Robin Wirthlin that they could
not remove their son from such this,
nor could they get notice either before
or after it happened. And that it
might happen again.
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As you know, Article
8 / MassResistance exposed both of
these horrific incidents to the world.
Both incidents made national news
and outraged people across the country
and beyond. (Just today, we were on
the radio in Australia about this!
They could not believe this could
happen anywhere.) Outrageously, Lexington
has responded with even more acts
of oppression, such as their yearly
"Day of Silence" homosexual
event at Lexington High School, which
took place Wednesday. But everyone
has been asking, "What can anyone
are serious constitutional issues
here that need to be addressed,"
said David Parker. "Parents
are tired of school officials interfering
with the moral and religious upbringing
of their young, impressionable children."
Thursday at 1:00 pm.
The Parkers and Wirthlins are represented
by well-known Boston law firm Denner
Associates, which has experience in
criminal defense and civil rights
litigation, and is known for its toughness
and ability to win cases. This is
not a weak-willed firm! They are a
very impressive bunch.
There will be a press conference at
1:00 pm on Thursday at the
Denner Associates offices at 4 Longfellow
Place, 35th Floor, in downtown Boston.
Already national interest.
We've been told that both MSNBC and
the Today Show have already communicated
immediate interest in this issue,
as soon as the suit is officially
We do not know of any legal action
of this type taken on at this magnitude,
and with this much talent and will
to succeed. Yes, this is serious.
We feel that this is the beginning
of the battle for our rights. Could
this be the beachhead we've all been
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