Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Jesus Christ, Shawnee Dude Innocent!!!

Was gonna throw this in the compilation but it deserves its own post given that MSM put the allegations on blast. Here's an update to the story that offers legal perspective on the ongoing fight betwixt this dude and parents of his school:

Shawnee school leader accused of inappropriate behavior with students found not guilty

OLATHE, KS (KCTV) - Jurors have found the leader of a Shawnee Christian school accused of inappropriate behavior with students not guilty on all counts. Dennis Creason, who started and at taught at Oaklawn Christian School, was accused of "lewd fondling or touching" of multiple children under the age of 14 years old in incidents that were alleged to have happened between May 2009 and August 2018.


Anonymous said...

I'm going to say the jurors here did the right thing. But in soccer mommy land this is a classic example of how parents go into panic mode and start rumors and stories they know are not true but don't want to be left out on the "Oh I knew it all along game." An employee of mine who is a close friend said in the beginning this was nothing more than a witch hunt which was reported by the media in a manner that had Dennis guilty of the allegations. Now this man has to start all over with this hanging over his head even after a jury said he was innocent of not a couple of the charges but all six of them. Remember three of the allegations were so weak and unsupported the prosecutor didn't pursue them. A judge had to take time to reread and think about the case before turning it over for a trial and any bets that was because he knew if he dismissed the charges he would have probably been publicly tortured by the media.

Anonymous said...

This is why it's hard to get male teachers this day and age. It's a form of discrimination and hurts the kids since well qualified people are scared of allegations. This dude probably spent a ton of money to clear his name because crazy moms with too much time on their hands wanted attention