All week, we've been telling you about a bizarre and troubling story: Reports that refugee children were bullying other children in a Halifax, Nova Scotia elementary school.
The local paper ran a story on these reports, quoting parents. Then they edited the story. Then they took it down altogether and replaced it with a "statement." Then another one.
The media pounced the paper for printing a "racist" story, and on TheRebel.media for wondering what was going on.
We decided to go to Halifax to find out for ourselves.
I spoke to people whose lives have been directly impacted by intimidation and assault by refugee students, mostly male students attacking girls. I also spoke to officials to get their side of the story.
Tonight, you can see my complete investigation, below.
But there's more:
First, we’ve set up an easy way for you to SEND A MESSAGE to The Halifax Regional School Board. GO TO StopTheCoverUp.ca to tell them to protect all students and stop their policy of covering up violence from Syrian students.
Also: If you’re scared to send your child to school because of bullying that's being ignored on account of "political correctness" – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org