A Louisiana middle school teacher was taken in handcuffs from a school board meeting.
A Louisiana teacher was violently arrested at a public school board meeting Monday night after she questioned her superintendent for giving himself a raise when teachers and administrators were made to go without.
"I have a serious issue with a superintendent or any person of leadership getting any type of raise", Hargrave was seen saying in a YouTube video.
She also posed several questions, and was warned to restrict her statements to comments only - even though the board was answering her questions, KATV reported.
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Apparently the teacher wasn't supposed to be asking questions, as the meeting was only intended for public comments and not inquiries.
The teacher was called on a subsequent time and asked the board another question, according to the report.
Deyshia Hargrave, a middle school teacher in the Vermilion Parish school system, was videotaped being escorted out of a room and then wrestled into handcuffs by a city marshal on January 8.
Hargrave, her school, Puyau, Fontana, and the city marshal's office did not respond to BuzzFeed News's request for comment.
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"What are you doing?" the distressed teacher shouted. "Sir, hold on, I am way smaller than you". The officer orders her to "stop resisting".
The board does not plan to press charges against the teacher. When asked by WAFB for comment Tuesday morning, Payou declined to comment on the incident.
KATC said it was unclear whether the marshal was acting on his own or if the board asked him to remove Hargrave. "Never. I have never seen a man removed from this room", one witness told KATC.
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