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Gov. Youngkin pardons sexual assault victim’s father after Loudoun Co. school board meeting arrest

  • Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin has pardoned Scott Smith, the father of a sexually assaulted student, for his disorderly conduct conviction stemming from a protest at a school board meeting. Smith's arrest became a focal point in the conservative push for increased parental involvement in public education.
  • Smith had protested the handling of his daughter's assault and threatened deputies during the meeting. He plans to pursue legal action against Loudoun County Public Schools and advocate for parents and their children.
  • The convicted teenage perpetrator had also assaulted another classmate at a different school while awaiting trial. The incident led to a rollback of protections for transgender students and the firing of the school district's superintendent for mishandling the situation.
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