LA VERNIA HAZING FEDERAL LAWSUIT: Family of John Doe rape victim seeks injunctive relief and monetary damages

The parents of a La Vernia High School football player filed a complaint in the Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division, seeking injunctive relief and monetary damages arising from their son’s sodomization as part of a team “initiation” ritual, allegedly known about by administrators and coaches in the La Vernia Independent School District.

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Attorney J. K. Ivey of the Marquardt Law Firm says that the complaint is but “the first step in an effort to peel back the covers on a long and sordid history of neglect, misconduct, and abuse at La Vernia High School involving dozens of children over a decade or more.   The national news attention on this story is causing former students and athletes to come forward with their own accounts of what’s gone on at La Vernia High School.   We believe the evidence will show a pattern of deliberate neglect covering many years.”

The family of CHILD DOE is appealing to anyone with knowledge concerning the hazing rituals at La Vernia High School to contact their attorneys.

Attorney Ivey states that the Defendants in the suit will be served with a Summons to answer and appear in Federal court.

Click here to read more details about the lawsuit.

One comment on “LA VERNIA HAZING FEDERAL LAWSUIT: Family of John Doe rape victim seeks injunctive relief and monetary damages

  1. Faye Thompson
    April 28, 2017 at 1:14 am #

    Unbelievable! So thankful, J K Ivey will be taking charge of the case. An amazing attorney!

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