Video raises more questions in Jacksonville 6-year-old’s Baker Act case

Video raises more questions in Jacksonville 6-year-old’s Baker Act case

6 year old Nadia King was taken from her special-needs class at Love Grove Elementary on Feb. 4. She was taken under the Baker Act which allows anyone deemed a threat to themselves or others to be involuntarily committed to a mental health hospital. Now a video of the incident is raising questions about why it happened. Attorneys for the girl say that the video proves she didn’t need to be remove.

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I have no idea 1 months

This is super screwed up if the teachers abused this. The child ,apparently, was perfectly calm and reasonable when she was escorted out and the school's corrections officer says she wasn't behaving the way the faculty described. This like the ADHD scare where parents lose there kids because teachers not doctors said they had ADHD or upset because the parents are trying to get past side effects. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.theblaze.com/news/2017/04/12/cps-takes-ohio-child-after-parents-disagree-with-his-schools-adhd-diagnosis/amp https://breggin.com/school-calls-child-services-on-parents-who-take-child-off-of-ritalin/

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mantico 1 months

This is also alarming how another article not that long ago came out about a teacher had a child with Down syndrome make the gesture at them with their hands of pointing a gun and shooting them. Which they then called the police for. What is going on in our schools?

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