Mom Arrested for Not Signing in When She Went to Console Her Autistic Son at School

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Rant ahead.

I guess justice is…served?

Missouri mother Niakea Williams received a phone call from her autistic son’s elementary school, a school that knew her well, to inform her that her child was emotionally distressed and panicking. Like any mother in this situation who cares about her kid, Williams rushed over there right away and the school buzzed her in.

Unfortunately though, Williams rushed in so fast, she forgot to sign the visitor’s book at the front office (even though, again, the school invited her and knew she was coming and why). She opted instead to immediately go to her son’s classroom and console the boy straight away.

Due to this egregious error on Williams part of putting her kid first, you know, in the day and age when ‘Merica is an all-out police state and schools across the nation are now suspending young children who make a gun shape with their fingers or eat their toaster pastries in the shape of a pretend gun, the principal thought it fit instead to call the cops on this mother for not following school protocol.

…because protocol is the law and everything…

After the mother had asked the principal to bring her the book so she could sign it (because, apparently, her son was her main priority), she said that the principal told her “Oh no, I’ve already called the police.”

I’m going to bold this next sentence for effect and openly tell you that I’m doing it:

This is despite the fact that this mother was not only a well-known school parent with a special needs child who was called there by the school, but Williams had apparently met with this exact same principal just the day before this happened.

Let’s pretend common sense doesn’t exist for a minute. Oh wait! You don’t have to pretend! The Calverton Park Police showed up post haste, throwing the whole school into a 12-minute lockdown for an unauthorized entry, you know, just for added effect.

As if children in our public schools aren’t already traumatized enough by all these lockdowns and suspensions for ridiculous things like eight year olds playing cops and robbers with finger guns. It’s almost as if schools are using fear to brainwash our children or something.

Have you ever seen the movie Brazil?

A time is coming in the not so distant future when we’ll get to a point that kids in American schools are so used to lockdowns for every conceivable reason that their minds will be programmed with the boy who cried wolf syndrome, and they won’t be able to distinguish what a real emergency or danger even is because apparently in this country’s public schools, everything is dangerous.

Continuing, Yahoo! News reports:

Ms. Williams thinks the whole ordeal was unnecessary, telling the station, “They escorted me away from my son, who already has emotional distress. Four officers told me to turn around and put my hands behind my back, I was under arrest.”

Did you catch that? It took four police officers — FOUR — to lock down the school and arrest this dangerous woman as she was consoling her autistic son.


And now the punchline with more bolding because I just can’t believe it:

The school was apparently so concerned this student was emotionally distressed, they thought it would be a good idea to let him snuggle his mother for a few minutes of comfort only to have her yanked away by four police officers and watch her get arrested for it?

As if a young child’s mind is really going to understand visitor book “protocol” is a reason for his mommy being hauled off to jail.

BUT WAY TO GO, SCHOOL. You know, because it’s all about the kids.

Williams has been officially charged with trespassing.

Fun fact. Did you know that when we give our children over to public schools each morning, they apparently become school property until school gets out?

At least, that’s what a federal court upheld in 2005 when it ruled that school rights trump parental rights:

Parents and politicians alike were shocked when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled on Nov. 2 that parents’ fundamental right to control the upbringing of their children “does not extend beyond the threshold of the school door,” and that a public school has the right to provide its students with “whatever information it wishes to provide, sexual or otherwise.”

The court went on to clarify:

“Parents have no due process or privacy right to override the determinations of public schools as to the information to which their children will be exposed.”

So there you go. If you want your kids to be afraid of, well, everything including their own mothers, go ahead and take them on down to their nearest government indoctrination center where administration officials on power trips with “protocol” rule the day and common sense and logic is as extinct as a brontosaurus…

…or, wait, is that the one that never existed?

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  • concernedRN
  • Carl Stevenson

    TINVOWOOT – There Is No Voting Our Way Out Of This

    • Jude O’Connor

      Oh yes there is, but we as a public forgot we can call for a revote of the rascals that are out of order.

      • Carl Stevenson

        Many states, like mine, have no recall provisions.
        And with the political machines and their voter fraud, eventually people will have to vote from the rooftops if they want any chance of effecting true reform.

  • berrybestfarm

    Starve the beast…Home School. Form a cooperative with friends and neighbors so you can still go to your day job.
    Dennis Patterson–Deer Park, WA

    • M_111

      I used to not believe in home schooling. But in the last several years, I am for it. I truly am.

      • berrybestfarm

        I was a public school teacher for several years–which is why I am an adamant supporter of home schooling.

  • concernedRN

    here’s yet another example of the ridiculousness that is pervading our country:–gets-kicked-out-of-school-175908162.html.
    Every time I go to my yahoo home page there’s another example like this in the news. It’s nuts!

  • Jude O’Connor

    The school system has gone insane and with the union covering every possible word of the contract, the teachers went bozo. Did we have this problem before the federal agency, Department of Education? POWER, POWER.

  • Free thinker

    Hopefully she fights the citation, I am sure she can get it tossed.

    • Ed

      I’m not sure she can get it tossed. It is the U.S. you know.

  • Musashi5000

    There is nothing – nothing – worth saving here.

  • Honor R. Veterans

    Well, I guess that helped the child with his stress.

  • imspartacus

    “If you want a vision of the future, Winston, imagine a boot stamping on a human face–forever.” – From George Orwell’s “1984”
    The day is coming, and it is coming soon, when we’ll all wish that we’d had the fierce, unbridled passion and courage to take them down while we still had the chance.

  • Revelation 2:9

    Welcome to the JWO(JewWorldOrder)! I hope you all are enjoying it.

  • Beyond The Sea

    “Munzenberg summed up the Frankfurt School’s long-term operation thus: ‘We will make the West so corrupt that it stinks.'”

    well good news, they should all be able to pack up and go home now,putrid stench achieved

  • Bob Todd

    The end of the age is near. Take the child away from these idiots and keep him home.

  • Ed

    If the mother really cared about her child she would not have put him in school to begin with.

    • imspartacus

      Really, Ed? So in your view, the mother “didn’t really care” about her son because she put him in school. Aside from being callous, your remark is as illogical as it is inappropriate. Why do you find it necessary to make such a ridiculous allegation against the victim?

      • Ed

        It’s the year 2014. Anyone paying attention knows that putting a child in a public school is child abuse.

        • imspartacus

          That has to be one of the most absurd correlations I’ve ever read. You’re actually stating that parents who send their kids to public schools are guilty of child abuse. Well, both of our kids attend public schools, and I can assure you, Ed that they’re healthy, happy and intelligent. I can also assure you that my wife and I are paying very close attention to what’s going on at their schools, and we wouldn’t hesitate to remove them if there were any serious issues which the administrators failed to address to our satisfaction. Be careful what you say here, sir. I’m not one to suffer fools gladly.

  • insectman

    She needs to get her son out of that place.

    IndoctriNation ( disclosed the danger and Operation Jericho ( is showing the solution.

  • imspartacus

    Thank you!

  • Ed

    Or not. A Prison By Any Other Name

  • imspartacus

    No, according to me Ed is a self-righteous blowhard who sits on his judgement throne as if he were God and vomits condemnation on all parents who send their children to public schools. Apparently he’s not alone. You, too, Josephus, have made the same mindless and patently false accusations as your so-called “Christian” ally. You, too, believe that you are righteous, and therefore entitled to regurgitate the bile of condemnation on people who’ve done nothing more than send their kids to public schools. They’re “selfish and evil.” They “don’t care” about their children. Where in God’s name do you people come up with such idiotic assertions? Is this what a Christian education does to you, Josephus? Why do people like you and Ed have such a bloated sense of superiority, and so little understanding or compassion for your brothers and sisters in the real world who are simply trying to do the best with what they have? If you insist on judging them and calling them evil, then you simply have no business calling yourself a Christian. You and your kind are nothing more than vipers and hypocrites.

  • imspartacus

    For those of you who believe that ONLY public schools are attempting to control the thoughts and behavior of children, and that ONLY public schools are run by intolerant, power-crazed administrators, here’s a heartwarming article about how a Christian school reached out to a little girl who was “different”…