Let's End Teacher's Long Nightmare

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| You would have thought when Superior Court Judge Hillary B. Strackbein tossed
| out the trumped-up conviction of a substitute teacher last year that the
| state of Connecticut would have decided to leave Julie Amero alone.
| Wrong.
| Unbelievably, more than 13 months after Strackbein set aside Amero's
| conviction on charges that she allowed seventh-graders to view pornography in
| her classroom, the state is apparently still planning to bring Amero back to
| trial.



Use Internet Explorer, go to jail?

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| Julie Amero, a seventh grade teacher in Connecticut is facing a
| prison sentence of up to 40 years after being convicted of "risk
| of injury to a minor, or impairing the morals of a child" after
| her class saw pornographic images on her computer. Her defense
| was that the computer was out of control. An expert witness
| testified that there was a malware infection.