Recently, in Monroe, Louisiana; a discussion has ensued, rooted in institutional racist control by plantation paternalists.  They were, even able to get the “paternalists” to press so hard, that young-black-upwardly-mobile types sit with their head down, while the paternalist attempted to occupy Black Destiny.  All the while, those, who “would” know better and are of age set silent; a former police juror & the board president.  Young or old, no one gets a pass, though. 

The probability of that board member coming in to the distict represented by the former Vice-President of the Monroe City School Board is next to none. So then, it was and still is a plantation ploy.  Beat the day lights out of a the nearest biligerent negro, and keep the others in line.  No. Wait!  Ain’t that what the police is doing in the street.  Coming up on black folks porch, making them submit?  Remember, now y’all started this.

Trying to intervene in Andrews et al, as the “Neville Group” and, being rejected by the court, now;  the ineligible intervenors attempt to go the jim crow way.  I went to school with Bruce Hanks .

[motion for leave to intervene-filed 29Jan16]

Neville Alumni and Friends Association, Greg Jones and Nici Hanks to intervene in the Monroe City School Board’s consent decree.

The request to intervene is now before U.S. District Judge Robbie James, and Hayes is no longer assigned to case. All motions and proceedings will be held before James.

At a midday school board meeting Wednesday, Doug Lawrence, the board’s attorney, said that five
communications from the court had moved within the past 24 hours.

Those were:
“Judge James personally is taking over the entire case, which is inclusive of the petition to intervene in the lawsuit filed by an outside group, so the prior judge that issued the prior ruling is no longer involved in the case,” Lawrence said.

Court documents state anyone who opposes the request of NAFA and the two parents to intervene should file a memorandum in opposition within 21 days. After that, they “may file a reply within 14 days after the memorandum in opposition is filed.”

Additionally, court documents indicate James does not plan to set a hearing date on the matter.

~The request to intervene was filed Friday. A memorandum filed with the motion alleges failure to act and bad faith on part of some board members and ignorance, complicity or nonfeasance regarding the board’s actions on the part of the U.S. Department of Justice.
Scott Wolleson, one of the attorneys who drafted the motion and the memorandum, said Tuesday that neither he nor his clients (NAFA, Jones and Hanks) had a comment because the litigation is pending.

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U.S. Magistrate Judge Karen L. Hayes vacated an order Wednesday she issued the day before (/story
/news/education/2016/02/02/court-neville-ok-intervene-mcsb-case/79721028/) that would have permitted the
Neville Alumni and Friends Association, Greg Jones and Nici Hanks to intervene in the Monroe City School Board’s consent decree.

The request to intervene is now before U.S. District Judge Robbie James, and Hayes is no longer assigned to case. All motions and proceedings will be held before James.

At a midday school board meeting Wednesday, Doug Lawrence, the board’s attorney, said that five
communications from the court had moved within the past 24 hours.

[below:from NewsStar article 3Feb16 One judge to handle all of MCSB consent decree]

Those were:
“Judge James personally is taking over the entire case, which is inclusive of the petition to intervene in the lawsuit filed by an outside group, so the prior judge that issued the prior ruling is no longer involved in the case,” Lawrence said.

*The facts outlined in the declarations of MCSB members

Bill Willson,5 Jennifer Haneline,6 and Vickie Dayton,7 establish nonfeasance and bad faith on the part of the MCSB and, potentially, collusion between certain MCSB members and the United States with respect to the appointment of a court monitor.

According to the declarations, the

~MCSB president and vice president have thwarted the goal of unitary status by:
Discouraging certain MCSB members from attending the September 2015 hearing on Consideration of Unitary Status;
Failing to adequately inform all MCSB members of the September 2015 ruling on unitary status;

Refusing to include all MCSB members in the negotiation process leading up to the adoption of the December 2015 Consent Decree;
Refusing to engage all MCSB members in the process to select the
Independent Court Monitor required under the December 2015 Consent Decree;

Soliciting the votes of MCSB members Berry and Johnson to adopt a resolution to appoint Educational Planning Group (“EPG”) as the Court Monitor without any prior discussion of the group with other members;
~The United States was either complicit in the actions of the MSCB or, through nonfeasance of duty, ignorant of MSCB’s backroom tactics to select EPG as the Independent Court Monitor.

In the attempts to “overtake history” you have deployed your “minions” to support your lost cause.  Not for a minute, is it believed that Boardmember Bill Wilson is not directly involved with the deployments of all actions and activities, involved in this morass.  Bill Wilson as a board member is in the public record accusing the federal government’s Department of Justice of collusion, and has now facilitated the distress of many in Louisiana for northside Monroe purposes. 

It  does appear, that another arm of the Department of Justice must now intervene in the affairs of Monroe’s City School Board.  The only thing the Louisiana School Board Association will recommend is a Retreat.  And, if the Board continues toward censure?

 

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