Mother of Kicker Brandon Piekarsky sued the Shenandoah Valley School saying they violated his legal rights by barring him from high school. She said her Kicker son was barred from school property based on a crime that did not relate to school activities. Even though witnesses say Piekarsky illegally drank alcohol before he inflicted the final kick in the head which resulted in Head Trauma which killed a young father, his mommy said he should be allowed to attend school, graduate and go on to college. Her lawsuit contends, "the district's refusal to let Piekarsky attend school is ''without precedent and violates virtually all of Mr. Piekarsky's legal rights, including his right to a public education, as well as due process.''
Her reactions make you curious whether she realizes her drunken son participated in a crime that resulted in a young father dying and his children will have no father this Christmas or future Christmases.
In Breaking News: The school district agreed to provide Tammy Piekarsky's son and Colin Walsh with 12 hours a week of home schooling, which will continue for the duration of the case.
In other KITH-HC News:
Prosecutors are moving forward with charging a 4th teen in the Kick in the Head Hate Crime (KITH-HC) case. This 4th teen faces multiple charges, including aggravated assault and ethnic intimidation. Prosecutors are not releasing his name or age yet.
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