WATCH: Parent Serves $200 Million Dollar Lawsuit To Nevada School District Right To Their Faces (VIDEO)

During a recent Clark County School District board meeting, one disgruntled father testified on behalf of a group of fourteen parents who are now filing a $200 million lawsuit against the district over mask requirements.

This group of parents filed a federal lawsuit against the Clark County School District, claiming that the district’s coronavirus pandemic mask requirement is unconstitutional. They are seeking $200 million in damages as well as criminal prosecution against senior district administrators.

The lawsuit, filed in September in U.S. District Court in Las Vegas, claims that the school board and CCSD Superintendent Jesus Jara “blatantly and maliciously” violated the Constitution by imposing the requirement. The plaintiffs, who collectively have 18 children, claim that the requirement is unconstitutional.”

Plaintiffs’ children have constitutionally protected interests in the benefits” that result from their parents’ refusal to submit to the Board’s mask mandate, according to the complaint. The complaint goes on to state that “the ability to pursue an education without being subjected to health risks that are not offset by any scientifically provable benefits.”
Plaintiffs’ children have constitutionally protected interests in the benefits” that result from their parents’ refusal to submit to the Board’s mask mandate, according to the complaint. The complaint goes on to state that “the ability to pursue an education without being subjected to health risks that are not offset by any scientifically provable benefits.”

According to the parents, who are representing themselves, there has been a breach of their right to due process, and Jara and the school board have made criminal threats “to injure a person,” claiming that masks have been “scientifically proven” to cause both bodily and psychological injury.

For evidence that masks are harmful to children, the parents point to the findings of a German survey published in a pediatrics journal.

The parents also claim that the district neglected to react to a “affidavit of maladministration” presented to the school board on August 12 by one of the plaintiffs, Bonnie Taylor, as a cease and desist demand.

The parents not only seek that the mask requirement be repealed, but that they also be awarded $200 million in damages and that “each defendant be held responsible for breaching the public’s trust to the maximum extent of the law, which is no less than a category “C felony” be imposed on them.

The lawsuit was brought in a civil court of jurisdiction.

This action is distinct from a federal complaint filed last month by two parents in which they challenged Nevada’s mask requirement. The lawsuit, which is directed at the Clark County School District, Gov. Steve Sisolak, and state Attorney General Aaron Ford, seeks to have the mask order issued by Sisolak for all children and school staff, regardless of immunization status, declared unconstitutional. Moreover, it asserts that mask demands cause psychological anguish to children as well as a violation of parental rights and due process obligations.

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