ARHS: at peace on a summer day
So yes the NY Times probably would not use that headline without "on the record" corroboration from at least two reliable sources.
My two reliable sources divulged the information "off the record". And if that was all I had, you would not now be reading this.
But ARPS did react to my public documents request in such a way as to confirm (sort of) that a "complaint" has been filed.
Naturally MCAD public documents folks are right up there with the Registry of Motor Vehicles when it comes to responsive service. As of today I have not heard back from my 7/15 written request or numerous phone messages.
Yes, Massachusetts Public Documents Law does require some sort of official response within 10 days, not that the Attorney General is going to want to mess with MCAD.
I have confirmed that the suit is not from the Akalis family seeking retribution over the terrible treatment of their son Dylan or the absurd firing of his dad, Steve.
Could be the family of the white youth who was "aggressively and seriously assaulted" by black students sometime last spring, but since they did not want APD to know about or investigate the assault, not overly likely.
Let the speculation begin ...
The Amherst Pelham Regional School Committee went into Executive Session at their circus-like 6/24 meeting to discuss strategy to deal with MCAD complaint