Word from Concord tonight is that the mad dad delayed personal responsibility yet again. Local press hasn't had enough interest in covering it, but the fundy Agape Press did.
Ever the control freak, Parker let his lawyers delay the trial. They claim until the school lifts its no-trespass policy on him, he won't deal and won't go to trial.
Of course, school officials use these policies in the extremely rare cases in which parents commit crimes in school and the cases have not resolved. The circular argument is amusing, but does not lessen Parker's culpability.
We hope that the school principal and superintendent show some guts and refuse to play nice with the nasties.