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Sept. 12, 2012: Special Needs Abuse in Lexington?

  • Aired: 09/12/2012
  • Rating: NR
Bill Lichtenstein has accused a Lexington school of putting his then kindergartner daughter, who has special needs, in a closet several times for her behavior - sometimes for up to an hour. This, Lichtenstein claims, has left his now 12 year old daughter Rose with post-traumatic stress disorder. The school's superintendent responded to allegations on September 11, 2012.
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Dispute between parent and Lexington School District over special needs discipline.
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