Kasey Brooks Augusta Ga Video – A nearby church school program instructor, who was attacked at school by a resentful parent, has been gotten free from any bad behavior by Columbia County specialists.
Maj. Steve Morris said the sheriff’s office is attempting to deliver the video to the overall population, in any case, it will take some time. Morris said the sheriff’s office is working with an external organization to ensure the characters of the kids in the video are covered.
The 61-year-old instructor from St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church was attacked by Kasey Marie Brooks, 28. After Brooks was captured and accused of straightforward battery, she asserted the educator truly manhandled and misused her child.
John Long, the lawyer for the instructor, said he wasn’t amazed by the declaration by the sheriff’s office getting his customer free from any bad behavior. He said Brooks has utilized the case for her benefit, in any event, raising $32,000 on GoFundMe for her legitimate expenses.
When reached by telephone by an Augusta Chronicle columnist Tuesday, Brooks declined to remark working on it.
Creeks’ legal advisor, Kimberly Wilder, revealed to The Augusta Chronicle later on Tuesday that Brooks will be in contact.
As per the occurrence report, Brooks recorded a report for straightforward battery against the educator asserting she had seen video of her child’s class at the congregation that showed the instructor manhandling and misusing her 2-year-old child.
For a long time, ago said the huge number of individuals online acknowledged Brooks’ record as reality and coordinated contemptuous, deprecatory, hostile, and, sometimes, vicious remarks toward his customer, his customer’s privately-run company, and individuals from his customer’s family.
Jillison Parks, head of interchanges for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Savannah, said the educator stays on managerial leave yet is allowed to get back to work at her circumspection.