A New Hampshire father, Willaim Baer, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after speaking out against a sexually explicit book and going over his two minute time limit at a school board meeting.
Police were called in and escorted him out of the meeting.
Willaim Baer is led out of the school board meeting by a police officer on Monday after he complained about his 14-year-old daughter being given a sexually-explicit book as an English assignment. (Daily Mail)
This week his 14 year-old daughter confronted the school board.
Marina Baer told the school board,
“I honestly don’t feel safe around you people.”
BizPac Review reported:
After watching police arrest her father at a Gilford, N.H., school board meeting Monday night for violating a two minute speaking rule, his daughter stood before the board to say she didn’t “feel safe” around them.
The controversy began when William Baer rose to complain about the sexually charged content of a book his ninth-grade daughter was assigned to read. The book, “19 Minutes,” includes graphic sexual content that culminates with: “Semen, sticky and hot, pooled on the carpet beneath her.”
When Baer continued to speak, after sitting down, he was escorted out by an officer and charged with disorderly conduct, according to WMUR-TV.
“I just watched my father get arrested because he broke the two minute rule, at a board of education meeting,” 14-year-old Marina Baer said. “This just shows that you resort to force at the first turn of conflict and I am appalled. So I don’t trust you, I haven’t, and I honestly don’t feel safe around you people.”