Cherry Hill Dad Of Bullied Autistic Boy Holds Press Conference At Home
The Cherry Hill father who secretly recorded his autistic son’s verbal abuse at school held a press conference at his home today.
Stu Chaifetz said he won’t be releasing any more audio tapes at the moment and is satisfied right now with the district’s investigation.
“To me justice means that an investigation is going to go on, where what happened that day will be looked into and given its day to be dealt with” Chaifetz said standing in the driveway of his Cherry Hill home.
Chaifetz said he’s ready to move forward. “I have 5,000 emails still yet to read from people all over the country and the world, as far away as Australia and Canada telling me stories about bullying incidents and its amazing to me. The legislation that Senator Diane Allen is introducing is great and the fact that change could be happening so quickly is all I could have hoped for.”
The teacher accused of the verbal abuse remains on paid leave while the district works to identify the voices heard on the tapes.
“It may take a few months to figure this all out or even a year or longer, but we will find out who said what and what took place in that classroom” said Chaifetz.