You may have heard of Yvette Felarca. She is a leader of the Antifa group known as BAMN (By Any Means Necessary) in northern California. She is also employed as a middle school teacher somehow.
Last year, Judicial Watch sued to have her emails released. Now a judge has agreed.
Hot Air reports:
Judge Orders Release Of Antifa Leader Yvette Felarca’s Emails
Last year the group Judicial Watch filed a request for Berkeley Unified School District’s emails related to Antifa leader Yvette Felarca, who is a teacher at an area Middle School. Felarca sued the school district arguing that releasing the emails (anything with her name or the name of her Antifa group “BAMN”) would violate her rights. Just under two weeks ago a judge issued a terse order saying the released of documents would not violate Felarca’s rights and adding, “It is not a close question.” Berkleyside reports that Felarca was not pleased with the decision:
In an email to Berkeleyside on Tuesday, Felarca said, “We disagree with the judge’s decision and continue to assert that teachers and support staff have a right to free speech, free association and privacy. Right-wing trolls should not be able to use the cover of the legal system to harass teachers, support staff and families in the public schools.”
How is a person who is obviously radicalized allowed to teach children?
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