Friday, January 15th, 2010 | Author:

The Leader-Herald talked with school Superintendent Hoffman, District Attorney Conboy, and Home School Legal Defense Association Deputy General Counsel Jim Mason.

Hoffman said he was “kind of surprised” by the arrest, Conboy said the Cressy’s could face a year in jail and $1000 fines, and Mason said he’s never been involved in a case where the parents face criminal charges for not filing paperwork.

Only in Montgomery County.  Read all the sorry details here.

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  1. threecollie says:

    I am so glad that home schoolers in general have such an effective network to help each other. Otherwise many people would be steamrollered by government entities interested only in the money they get for brainwashing each public school student and in preventing independent thinking from flourishing

  2. akagaga says:

    government entities interested only in the money they get for brainwashing each public school student and in preventing independent thinking from flourishing. Boy, did you nail that one, 3C.

    The network of home schoolers has been a necessity because there’s so much opposition to anyone who doesn’t fall in line. I think the day is coming to America, and maybe not far off, when Christians are going to need the same kind of network.