She had sex with a 12 year old and is now DEMANDING to be allowed to teach again

by Rachel Alexander | May 24, 2015 2:45 pm

rapist4[1]Most teachers who have sex with young students end up behind bars for years. Right? Nope. Women teachers in particular tend to get out of suffering the consequences. Claudia Tillery, a public school teacher in Brooklyn, NY, was cleared by a jury of raping a 12-year-old student, despite evidence presented to the contrary, and so now she has filed a lawsuit demanding her job back. In it, she alleges that the hearing officer’s civil decision, which resulted in her termination, was biased. [2]

The New York Post reports,

…[A] Department of Education hearing officer found in April that a “preponderance of the credible record evidence” proves that Tillery raped the youngster — then painted him as a “master manipulator” to duck a criminal conviction.

The suit doesn’t mention that Tillery’s witnesses were her own children and her homeless, schizophrenic baby daddy.

In her decision, DOE officer Haydee Rosario notes that a DNA test revealed both the student’s and the teacher’s saliva were on the teacher’s comforter cover.

Rosario also says the student recorded a video that shows his teacher putting her pants on in a motel room. Tillery and her young charge exchanged 8,000 text messages over two years using pseudonyms. In one message the teacher texted, “What’s up babe?”

Finally Tillery’s own credit-card records put her at the Motor Inn on seven occasions. Rosario didn’t buy the teacher’s claim that she simply took the student to the motel to “get him off the street” when he called her “upset and scared.”

Given all of the evidence, Rosario says Tillery’s termination is “the only appropriate penalty.”

In court papers, Tillery calls the hearing officer biased for allowing an assistant district attorney to testify that Tillery had admitted to taking the student to her Crown Heights apartment, giving him $500 and buying him a phone.

We live in a society where women are treated “more equally” than men, where there is a mistaken presumption that women can’t do evil things like rape children. This woman has manipulated the justice system to the detriment of the young boy she abused, who will forever retain the emotional damage of what she did to him. She should be ashamed of herself. Until society starts treating men and women equally, women will continue to think it’s not so serious and we’ll see more incidents than there would be otherwise.

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  2. In it, she alleges that the hearing officer’s civil decision, which resulted in her termination, was biased. :

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