A substitute teacher in Vermont was arrested this week for repeatedly raping a thirteen-year-old student in yet another instance of sexual abuse in public schools.
Jesse Waldenville, a 41-year-old substitute teacher at Lowell Graded School in Lowell, Vermont, was arrested on Thursday and accused of molesting a 13-year-old girl on multiple occasions. He’s now facing six felony charges for child rape and abuse – four counts of sexual assault, aggravated sexual assault of a child, and lewd and lascivious conduct with a child.
Lowell is located in Orleans County Vermont, a purple county in the majestic Northeast Kingdom, the reddest part of the green mountain state.
Waldenville pleaded not guilty to all charges during a by-video court appearance on Friday, despite confessing his pedophilia to the authorities.
According to local authorities, Waldenville’s serial rapes of the 13-year-old child took place this month, in a school classroom and on a school bus, as well as on a picnic table. Waldenville confessed to the child rapes, local media reports, after his wife found social media messages to the young victim on his computer.
“This defendant had admitted to law enforcement that he sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl that he was sexually attracted to. He did so four times, three of those times he did it within the past three weeks,” Orleans County State’s Attorney Farzana Leyva told the local press.
Public schools have become an increasingly dangerous place for children, and have become, statistically, one of the most likely places for children to be sexually assaulted.
School curriculum all across the country is infested with filth including graphic books and pornography.
More and more incidents of children being assaulted by teachers are occurring as parents are fighting back against the grooming of America’s children in the education system.
In Plainview, Texas, a first-grade girl attending school in the Plainview Independent School District was raped by a classmate and the child-on-child rape was filmed on a school iPad. The rape was covered up by the school administration, which denied the incident was rape and hid it from parents.
This report was authored by Adam Danberg. Adam is a reporter based in the Hudson Valley of New York. He is involved in local politics and is an avid history buff dedicated to saving New York.