Colorado Teachers Aide Arrested After Alleged Striking Of A Child

A shocking case of abuse has been exposed in the Joshua School, as three families come forward with horrifying details of their children being abused by a teaching aide. 29-year-old Kiarra Jones has been charged with third-degree assault on an at-risk person, and the evidence against her is shocking.

Disturbing footage has emerged of Jones brutally beating a ten-year-old autistic boy, who is completely non-verbal and unable to defend himself. The sight of this sweet, innocent child being repeatedly punched and slammed into a bus window is enough to turn any parent’s stomach.

These families trusted the Joshua School to provide a safe and nurturing environment for their children, many of whom are severely autistic and non-verbal. However, their trust was shattered after noticing unexplained injuries on their children, including bruises, a lost tooth, and even a broken toe.

Despite raising concerns with the school, the families were met with dismissive responses, claiming their children were simply injuring themselves. How could they overlook such clear signs of abuse? It’s time for the Joshua School and Littleton Public Schools to be held accountable for their negligence in ensuring the safety of these vulnerable children.

The families involved in this case are heartbroken and outraged, and rightfully so. They trusted the school to take care of their children, and instead, they were abused by someone who was supposed to be a trusted aide. How could a person who is supposed to protect and care for these children be capable of such horrific acts?

The Joshua School and Littleton Public Schools failed these families and their children. Rather than taking action to prevent the abuse from continuing, they turned a blind eye and allowed the abuse to continue for months. This is beyond unacceptable.