I know that title sounds horrendous, and I wish there were a better way to announce this but that's exactly what happened.
The Los Angeles Unified School District has warned parents that a teacher from a non-profit music organization passed out flutes to students in thirteen individual school districts that were literally tainted with his own semen.
The non-profit organization is called <i>Flutes Across The World</i>, and if that name arouses your suspicions then you may want to poke the DOJ and law enforcement in your community and warn them about this case.
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As of now, only California schools have confirmed that a pedophile has ejaculated onto the instruments.
To get the jist of this, there is now a state and federal investigation into the matter to determine why the teacher passed out musical instruments to children that are literally covered in his own sexual fluids.
Officials say the Los Angeles Unified School District is also cooperating with investigators from both state and federal agencies in the investigation which they describe as to determine whether or not "inappropriate sexual conduct involving a musical performer" occurred elsewhere besides the one specific school in their district out of the total thirteen confirmed cases.
A variety of other school districts which received the splooged upon instruments say that they're also initiating an investigation, in what appears to be some sort of demented sexual fetish of a would-be pedophile who literally masturbated on equipment with the intent to distribute it to children.
There are sincerely demented and deranged individuals in this world, and it's even less surprising this occurred in California where degeneracy and the attempts to normalize pedophilia continue to this day.
Joan Lucid, Superintendent of the Saugus Union School District sent out an email to parents on Saturday confirming the contamination of musical instruments by the disgusting pedophile teacher before giving them to their children.
"The performer distributes a flute-like musical instrument made of PVC pipe or bamboo to students during a music lesson, and the allegation is that he contaminated some of these instruments with semen,” Lucid said in the email.
Both the Fullerton School District and the Saugus District in Santa Clarita both have issued similar statements, also saying that the California Department of Justice is investigating a musical performer associated with Flutes Across the World, a nonprofit music program that has partnerships with school districts in Orange County and Los Angeles as well as with the Philharmonic Society of Orange County.
Officials with the Fullerton District also said the music program at its schools was sponsored by the Philharmonic Society of Orange County and involved fourth- through sixth-grade students at Golden Hill and Rolling Hills elementary schools during the 2016-17 school year.
“Although presenters at our schools are never alone with children and are always supervised by a teacher or school staff, in an abundance of caution, this presenter will not return to the Fullerton School District,” the website said. “We were informed that this individual has worked in a number of school districts throughout California and we have no evidence to suggest any of our students are connected with the investigation.”
The Philharmonic Society is one of several arts entities that sponsored Flutes Across the World to bring the music program into schools, said Chantel Uchida, Vice President of marketing and public relations for the group, and had no involvement with the actions of this pedophile.
“We’re so shocked and disgusted,” Uchida said about the allegations. “We will be stepping back from this. There are no plans to continue it in the future.”
“In fact, it's outright disgusting, and we should be furious at both the schools and every organization involved for allowing this type of act to occur around our children,” said Tina Violattae, a parent of a student at Rolling Hill Elementary.
A statement issued by the Los Angeles Unified School District also “while our records indicate that this individual has never been an employee or registered volunteer in L.A. Unified, we have notified the parents and guardians of the one school that may be involved.”
The Fountain Valley School District and Newport-Mesa and Capistrano Unified districts also have sent messages to parents.
Fifth-grade students at Courreges Elementary School in the Fountain Valley district were given flutes that might have been contaminated with the semen, District officials said in a statement.
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Officials with the Newport-Mesa Unified district said four classrooms at Sonora Elementary School in Costa Mesa were impacted by the semen from the teacher as well.
District officials there were notified by Department of Justice officials that the investigation involved several other districts, Newport-Mesa board trustee Martha Fluor said Saturday.
“We have an arts program through the Segerstrom Center for the Arts called Arts Connect and this individual was at our school in regards to that in the spring of last year,” Fluor said.
Representatives for the state Office of the Attorney General said, “As part of the investigation, we are working with local law enforcement and school districts to collect instruments, for the California Department of Justice to process.”
Parents who have children who received the flutes are being asked to place them inside of a paper bag, because plastic can contaminate or destroy potential evidence of semen exposure.
The districts are waiting on the DOJ to announce how they'd like to collect the semen contaminated instruments, so for now, parents are being asked to keep the ejaculated-upon flutes in the bags and await further directions (seriously).
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