Sheriff Sued After 900 Students Allegedly Groped During Fruitless Anti-Drug Crusade

A sheriff in the southern Georgia city of Sylvester is facing a federal lawsuit after a warrantless drug search he authorized in April resulted in the groping of around 900 high school students.

The suit, brought last week by the parents of students at the school on behalf of their children, aims to be recognized as a class action. It accuses the sheriff of privacy violations and unconstitutional search and seizure, in violation of the Fourth and 14th amendments.

The Southern Center for Human Rights, which filed the suit, said Sheriff Jeff Hobby and ?dozens? of deputies placed Worth County High School on lockdown for four hours on April 14. The officers then reportedly ordered students into the hallway, one classroom at a time. Boys were lined up on one side, girls on the other.

Students quoted in the complaint

Theresa May’s Political Future In Danger After British Election

It was supposed to be an easy win for British Prime Minister Theresa May. But in a stunning reversal Thursday, the Conservatives appeared to lose significant electoral ground, endangering the party?s governing majority.

The Conservatives? unexpected election night disaster raised doubts about the political future of the prime minister, who was criticized for running a lackluster campaign that failed to inspire voters.

Exit polls initially predicted that May?s Conservatives would win 314 seats in Parliament ? a loss of 16 seats, and 12 seats short of a majority. According to the poll, the opposition Labour party, led by Jeremy Corbyn, would take home 266 seats.

Arguing that the polls indicated May failed to win a mandate, Corbyn called on the prime minister to resign: ?The mandate she?s got is lost Conservative seats, lost votes, lost support and lost confidence.?

Senators Blame Comey For Not Standing Up To Trump

President Donald Trump cornered former FBI Director James Comey in the Oval Office and demanded to speak with him alone. He called Comey directly on several occasions. He requested to have dinner one on one.

And instead of acknowledging how unusual that behavior is, some members of the Senate intelligence committee grilled Comey during his testimony

‘Pillar’ Of Hawaii’s Coffee Industry To Be Deported, Unless The Feds Intervene

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