Officer who handcuffed teacher at Louisiana school board meeting 'needs training,' she says

"He needs training," Deyshia Hargrave, who teaches at Rene A. Rost Middle School in Kaplan, Louisiana, told The Associated Press Thursday before a rally in her behalf. "Whether he needs to lose his job, I don't know."
1:16 | 01/12/18

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I feel like it happen. That they don't. I. I still feel McPherson writes Hermione didn't feel my campaign. Can you. I. Thought resist. Yeah. They need for more training. He needs to be properly trained on what it's doing its image as soon. He's training and whether eat the loses job out of new meaning to train. There is deafening a positive. Once you get past theorists. The fact that it got attention and that people say a lurk. Look what's happening oh that's happening in my area maybe if every one with speak out. Not and I read every woman may be a more people would attend meetings maybe if more people would be involved in the process. These back to you will kind of situations would not. Bull able to occur. Oh.

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