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Was the police response standard protocol? Yes, the police initially questioned what a watchman thought was a person or incident. Upon arrival the found what looked like a young boy hinding in a sleeping bag so , they questioned the individuals in the mini-van. Vili who was originally said to be 18 years old could not produce documents to prove his age and then later said he was 14 so they were taken to headquarters because of that issue and other suspcions. After arriving at the station VIli's mother was called because Mary told the police officers that she was his teacher ans was watching him overnight. Vili's mother assured police that her son was under the care of Mary. In this siutation the police had reasonable suspition after the officers asked the age and they gave a conflicting answer along with the absence of identification. The actions of the police to take them to headquarters in nornal in instances when a person cant prove age or identity.
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Do I believe the outcome was fair? In terms of the civil trial i do believe the outcome was fair. The mother tried to sue the school system and police dept. of wrong doing. The police department proceduarlly did what was their duty. Interms of investigating this issue more probably could have been done but I dont see where a police department could lose due to a poor investigation. Interms of the school system, I dont believe the school had any knowledge of Mary's actions. Most of Mrs. Letourneau's actions with the child happend out side of school property. Finally the motives of Vili's mother seemed not nessecarlity infavor of Vili but more in favor of money. She soild the story right to the enquirer and she down played what Mary had done in criminal court.