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Idaho made its first conviction and sentencing under the federal sex trafficking statute.Michael Wade will spend 20 years in jail for victimizing a 15-year-old girl in Boise.Some are even considering pursuing legal action in order to bring school officials to account.On February 8, children enrolled in grades one through four at the charter school were asked to fill out a 10-question survey called the Adverse Childhood Experience.’Children had to respond 'yes' or 'no' to personal questions about their home life, including whether they did not have enough food to eat or had to wear dirty clothes; whether they were physically or verbally abused by adults in their household, and whether their mother or stepmother was 'often pushed, grabbed, slapped or had something thrown at her... repeatedly hit at least a few minutes or threatened with a gun or knife?'The ACE survey also asked responders to indicate whether they lived with anyone who went to prison, suffered from substance abuse, was depressed, mentally ill or suicidal.
We have seen two major announcements from law enforcement in the last two months.School officials did not ask for parents’ consent before distributing the survey, which was anonymous and optional, according to Heritage Academy superintendent Christine Ivie.However, Brandy Sobotka-Ramos told Fox News that both her 9-year-old daughter and 11-year-old son were required to complete the questionnaire in class and were allegedly told it was not optional.And I say no more.”Gilion Dumas, attorney for the plaintiffs, said the leaders of the organization knew they were continuing to put boys in jeopardy."We believe this cover-up of this danger lulled children and their parents into thinking that Scouting was a safe activity for children, when both the Boy Scouts of America and the LDS church knew that it wasn't, and failed to disclose those dangers to the parents and the children so they didn't take common sense measures to keep themselves safe," she said.