1. John Konop says:


    What should be the law in your opinion?

    Consent question murkier in second Cobb teacher/student romance

    I am not sure why Cobb County has two high profile cases of teachers dating students, but the second case reported this week by the AJC appears markedly different than the one we discussed here a few weeks ago.

    In the earlier case involving former Marietta High School teacher Christopher King, the female student took the stand during his trial to assert that the love affair was consensual and that she was not coerced in any way.

    Given that Georgia law considered her old enough to consent to a relationship with a teacher, there wasn’t much the court could do except find him not guilty. (Please note that King is no longer at the school and had his teaching license yanked. The trial was a result of criminal charges brought by the Cobb DA. )


  2. BubbaRich says:

    Erick, I think you’re every bit as smart as Andy Schlafly, so you’ll do just as good as he did. And just like with him, Colbert will probably get in a couple of killer shots you can’t respond to. Maybe you’re using RedState.com to “create your own reality.”

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