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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Christian school sues Mo. officials over 2001 raid

Heartland Christian Academy, a school for troubled youths in north Missouri, is suing several state officials over a 2001 raid, when 115 students were removed over abuse allegations. Charges were filed against five school employees, but three were acquitted and the charges were dropped against the other two. The school claims the raid was part of a harassment campaign, the Post-Dispatch reports.


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