But, not only did he ask them to touch themselves – he asked them to let them touch them!
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Can you imagine the horror – letting your minor to school – and this happens?! Who is deciding about the moral values and the personal background of the teachers in our country?!
According to the story published by The Blaze,
“A former high school teacher in Elkhart, Indiana, who allegedly groped students and asked them to touch themselves during class was charged with more than a dozen sex crimes this week.
Andrew Cowells, 47, was charged Wednesday with 10 counts of possessing child pornography, two counts of child solicitation, two counts of voyeurism, two counts of battery, and one count of vicarious sexual gratification.
Cowells, who was officially fired by Concord Community Schools on Monday, had been placed on leave by the district last month following complaints that he had made “inappropriate comments of a sexual nature.” He had been employed by the district for 17 years.
Over the course of an investigation, law enforcement allegedly discovered that Cowells had done much more than making inappropriate comments. Court documents show that many of the charges stemmed from a May 5 class at the high school, during which Cowells asked students to touch themselves or let him touch them in front of the class.”
And here’s more from the South Bend Tribune.
“One student said Cowells asked him to touch himself while he stood on top of a chair in the classroom, court documents say. Another student said Cowells sat on a student’s desk in the classroom and talked about “sexual things.”
A third student said Cowells told sexual jokes and asked: “if anyone had the courage” to let Cowells touch them. Cowells then taunted the class for someone to volunteer and when the student stood up, Cowells touched the boy “from his shoulders to his butt[ocks].”
Cowells also took a group of male students into the boy’s restroom that morning. In the bathroom, Cowells touched one student.”