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David Parker is brought into court in handcuffs.

David Parker -- his arrest, court appearances, abuse by school officials, harrassment by pro-gay activists in town, and federal civil rights lawsuit!

Lexington, Mass., father of 6-year-old arrested, spends night in jail over objections to homosexual curriculum in son's kindergarten class.

What you are about to read and see below is shocking and frightening, something that no one would have believed possible in America.

Parker's arrest, harassment, and a year of abuse in Lexington, Mass.

April 2005: How it began -David Parker's arrest, and a year of court appearances, outrageous acts by superintendent, demonstrations against him by pro-homosexual activists. This incident caused a nationwide uproar, and even the Governor of Massachusetts got involved.

"King and King" book portraying homosexual romanance and marriage, read to second-graders

March, 2006: At the same elementary school in Lexington, a teacher read "King and King", a book portraying homosexual romance and marriage, to her second grade class. Again, this incident garnered national attention.

David Parker's first-grade son attacked at school.

May, 2006: In an incident unheard of at that school, a group of kids drag boy in back of building and beat him. Strongly appears to be tied to vitriol against father by activists parents in school. Superintendent disgracefully attempts to publicly downplay the incident and demean Parker personally.

Lexington MA School Superintendent to parents: If you don't like gay programs in schools, leave the school system!

Supt. Paul Ash is honored by hardcore homosexual newspaper, gives outrageous interview.

David Parker Fund set up for tax-deductible donations for legal expenses of federal civil rights case.

To help offset enormous cost that Parker family has paid already for legal expenses.

Here's where contributions can be sent. 


David Parker's lawyers file notice of intent to appeal ruling!


Major US corporations funding attacks on David Parker's legal efforts - - and the push for homosexuality in schools!

Staples, Verizon, Bank of America, Comcast, Gillette and more! You can take action!


Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit.

January 31, 2008 - Federal court denies appeal

Appeals Judge issues outrageous ruling embracing homosexual "tolerance" lessons, ignoring religous rights. Uses notorious "1999 Curriculum Frameworks" in argument. Full report here.

December 5, 2007 - Appeal heard before 3-judge panel

Both sides looked weak and disorganized under judges' tough questioning. Hearing takes less than an hour in packed courtroom. Full report here.

February 23, 2007 - Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit!

Ruling stuns parents across America. Infamous ruling citing Goodridge "marriage" decision. Judge agrees with school & ACLU. Parkers announce they will appeal. Read full report here.

February 14, 2007: Parker's lawyers file powerful 9-page rebuttal to ACLU brief.

During hearing, judge had asked for answer to ACLU brief, prior to deciding on motion to dismiss.

Text of brief here.

February 7, 2007: Lawsuit begins with hearing on motion to dismiss.

Lawyers for school officials, ACLU, argue for dismissal of case--claim parents' rights end at the schoolhouse door; Parker's lawyers fire back!

Full report with pictures.

October 2006: Defendants file 22-page rebuttal to Parkers' rebuttal.

Text of defendants' brief here.

September 2006: Major homosexual groups, ACLU, others file brief in federal court opposing David Parker's lawsuit!

Groups include: Human Rights Campaign, ACLU, Massachusetts Teachers Association, Gay and Lesbian Advocates & Defenders, plus local homosexual organizations.

Text of amicus brief against David Parker
MassResistance press release - 10/5/06

September 2006: Parker's lawyers file GREAT rebuttal to motion to dismiss. Read text here.

Text of plaintiffs' rebuttal here.

August 2006: Defendants file blistering 57-page motion to dismiss Parkers federal lawsuit

Text of defendants' motion to dismiss.

April 2006: Parkers file federal civil rights lawsuit

Pictures from press conference

Text of federal civil rights lawsuit