A mother from New Jersey is suing after being allegedly reported by a high ranking U.S. military officer as a safety concern over complaining about sexually-charged posters at her children’s elementary school.
Angela Reading, a mother of two who served as a member of the Northern Burlington Board of Education, made headlines in December after Lt. Col. Christopher Schilling of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst reported her to local police when she alerted parents in a local Facebook group about posters promoting polysexuality at the entrance of her 7-year-old’s school.
Schilling posted on his personal Facebook that day, “The current situation involving Mrs. Reading’s actions a caused safety concerns for many family members.”
He said, “The Joint Basis leadership takes the situation very seriously. From the beginning, have had the Security Forces working together with multiple state- and local law enforcement agencies in order to monitor the situation and ensure safety for the entire community.”
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Reading filed her lawsuit on March 15, by her legal counsel at the Thomas More Society. It alleges that Reading was unfairly treated and that she was denied her civil rights.
Christopher Ferrera, Thomas More Society’s special counsel, stated in a statement to Fox News Digital that Reading had “shared her story of how she attended an elementary school math night’ on the previous evening with her daughter, seven years old, and after reading LBGT affirming posters in the school entry, asked her mother what polysexual’ meant.”
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“Mrs. Reading simply questioned why elementary students were being invited to study topics about sexuality. She also pointed out that the topic is not included in the state education standards or the board approved curriculum. Ferrera said that Mrs. Reading didn’t name schools or names and encouraged respectful discussion.
The lawsuit also claims the police chief of North Hanover Township, along with military personnel from the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, pressured Reading to remove her Facebook post.
In the lawsuit, it is further claimed that Reading was falsely described as a security threat and that she was reported to several law enforcement agencies and security agencies to try to intimidate and retaliate.
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The suit stated that the defendants “acted alone and in conspiration with each other to deprive or chill the exercise of Mrs. Reading’s rights, including rights covered by the United States Constitution and New Jersey Constitutions, as well any other laws.”