Mother files $150,000 lawsuit against Mississippi school after daughter is put in closet as

March 1996
Jet;3/4/96, Vol. 89 Issue 15, p6
Reports that Rosie Jan Rice filed a lawsuit against Fairview Elementary School in Columbus, Mississippi, after her daughter LaTonya was locked in a storage supply closet as punishment by the principal. Length of time that the child was in the closet; How Rice found out about her daughter's predicament.


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