Wednesday, 24 January 2007

Pete Panse: Good News

Unknown Artist - Giant Thumb Up, ParisA decision has been reached in the case of Middletown High School art teacher Pete Panse, who has been on suspension for more than a year accused of all sorts of nonsense. Sanity has prevailed. Administrative law judge Joel M. Douglas, who heard testimony in this case, cleared Pete of any moral impropriety in the proposing of life classes for his more advanced students, although technically it seems Pete did breach the school's no-solicitation policy in broaching this subject with his students. Oh, pesky technicalities! So it's tut-tut and loss of two week's pay, but Pete keeps his job, emerges without a stain on his character and with the prospect of some lucrative law suits against some of his former accusers, whose testimony the judge described as "evasive, vague and ambiguous". And that's being polite! I'd like to see them charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice, which is a very serious crime. Anyway, for Pete here's a giant thumb up.

2 Comments:

At 25/1/07, Blogger weggis said...

where is that thumb?

I do belive it's rude in some parts.

 
At 25/1/07, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

It's in Paris.
Depends where you put it.

 

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