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Dare County Board of Education is Served with Letters of Intent to File Claims on Liability Policy
State of North Carolina County of Dare
Notice of Intent to File Claim on School Board Surety Liability Insurance Policy
Name: Mr. John Farrelly
Dare County Public School System Title: Superintendent
Violation of Your Oath of Office: You have sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution of the State of North Carolina and the Constitution of the United States of America. You have failed to uphold both of these constitutions. We live in America and are free to live our lives without restrictions, abuse and unlawful mandates from elected government officials. Mandates are not enforceable laws. As an elected public servant you have no jurisdiction or authority to create or enforce mandates.
NC Gen Stat § 4-1 Common Law Declared to be in Force: All such parts of the common law as were heretofore in force and use within this State, or so much of the common law as is not destructive of, or repugnant to, or inconsistent with, the freedom and independence of this State and the form of government therein established, and which has not been otherwise provided for in whole or in part, not abrogated, repealed, or become obsolete, are hereby declared to be in full force within this State.
By enforcing and mandating mask requirements, advertising vaccine clinics, and encouraging vaccination, you and your school board have violated the common law of the State of North Carolina. Nowhere is it written in this law that you or your school board members have the authority to create your own mask mandate requirements, act as medical professionals for our children’s health, and advertise/encourage vaccination that injects potentially dangerous, experimental toxins into our children that may cause life threatening, irreversible injuries and possible death.
NC Gen Stat § 14-190.1 Obscene literature and exhibitions: It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to intentionally disseminate obscenity. A person, firm or corporation disseminates obscenity within the meaning of this Article if he or it: The average person applying contemporary community standards relating to the depiction or description of sexual matters would find that the material taken as a whole appeals to the prurient interest in sex; and the material as used is not protected or privileged under the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of North Carolina.
You are in violation of the obscene literature and exhibition law of the State of North Carolina. Multiple school libraries in the Dare County Public School System contain books with obscene images and/or language. These books are available to minors. This has been brought to your attention at school board meetings and via email. A thorough sweep of school libraries to remove this content has not commenced. We are aware of over 40 questionable titles. As parents, we demand that our children are not exposed to obscene literature of any kind.
Our tax dollars are not intended to be used to purchase obscene books. These books do not have any educational value nor do they support the values we strive to instill in our children. They do not belong in the Dare County Schools libraries, classrooms or in virtual apps on the Dare County Schools computers.
NC Gen Stat § 14-190.8 Dissemination to minors under the age of 13 years: Every person 18 years of age or older who knowingly disseminates to any minor under the age of 13 years any material which he knows or reasonably should know to be obscene within the meaning of G.S. 14-190.1 shall be punished as a Class I felon.
You, along with your school board members, public school librarians, principals and teachers, are allowing obscene material onto school premises. The parents of this school district have raised concern that harmful books are available in the public schools of which your board governs. By failing to remove all such content from the libraries, you are subject to the potential of a Class I felony.
NC Gen Stat § 14-190.14 Displaying material harmful to minors: Offense. - A person commits the offense of displaying material that is harmful to minors if, having custody, control, or supervision of a commercial establishment and knowing the character or content of the material, he displays material that is harmful to minors at that establishment so that it is open to view by minors as part of the invited general public. Material is not considered displayed under this section if the material is placed behind "blinder racks" that cover the lower two thirds of the material, is wrapped, is placed behind the counter, or is otherwise covered or located so that the portion that is harmful to minors is not open to the view of minors.
(b) Punishment. - Violation of this section is a Class 2 misdemeanor. Each day's violation of this section is a separate offense.
You, along with every member of your school board,
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