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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Dirty Louisiana high-school teachers Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne Accused of Perversity with Student

Dirty Louisiana high-school teachers Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne Accused of Perversity with Student

By Special Correspondent:Ron Thomas. Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne Arrested on suspicion of perversity and having group sex with a teen student who is eligible for NAAS Awards. According to the police report, Destrehan High School English teacher Shelley Dufresne, 32, enticed and transported the student to the apartment of Rachel Respess. When at the apartment, the adult teachers never discussed the importance of downloading the Scholarship Keys App, never discussed applying for a single award, scholarship, or grant sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars, including even Louisiana high-school awards. Were Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne interested more in fecal-smelling sex than promoting the scholarships sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars? According to the police report, these two bimbos apparently couldn't figure out where the books, pens, scholarship applications, and erasers were but they could locate the zippers of an under-age boy. In the 1930s, and earlier, and continuing for a long time, women like Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne were prohibited from teaching boys or even working around men. Now, we know why some species of animals are considered inferior. School is a place to learn, teach, educate, and to promote the many scholarships sponsored by NAAS.ORG. Why is this hard to understand? Browse the mobile website of Free Scholarships for Louisiana scholarships that were ignored by Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne.

Instead of promoting awards and scholarships or contests sponsored by NAAS.ORG, the police report and their arrests suggests that Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne were apparently more interested in engaging in perverted, dirty, disgusting, and fecal-smelling conduct with a kid young enough to be their son.

Dirty Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne Never Promoted Louisiana Scholarships

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Dirty Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne Never Promoted our best Louisiana Scholarships. Dirty Dirty Rachel Respess never told Louisiana students to download the best scholarship smart-phone application (Scholarship Keys) on Google Play, and most likely never Louisiana students to register for our Louisiana scholarships and grants. Despite this great smart-phone app, what were Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne doing? According the police report, and comments made by Kenner Police Chief Michael Glaser, the two high-school teachers were playing with each other, and encouraging a young boy to participate in their sick perversity. The desperate, homely looking teachers, Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne, were criminally charged, but let go on a very light bail amount. Instead of bail being set at $10 Million dollars, their bail was less than $10,000.00.

Will Louisiana Prosecutors Wimp Out: Will local prosecutors prosecute bimbo blondes Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne?

Can local prosecutors proecute blondes Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne? They have to. However, the low bail amount is very troubling. If the allegations are true, and if the two teachers Rachel Respess and Shelley Dufresne never promoted Louisiana Scholarships sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars, then the two teachers should certainly face stiff prosecution. It is too early to tell if local prosecutors are going to be lenient on the two young blonde women. A fair sentence would seem to be at least 10 years for both of them. However, it is clear that the teachers know the boundary of injustice and that their blonde-hair, and gender will likely result in a wrist-slap.

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