Kansas lawmaker accused of kicking student pleads guilty, avoids jail time

Kansas lawmaker accused of kicking student pleads guilty, avoids jail time


A Kansas lawmaker accused of kicking a teen in the testicles while substitute teaching will avoid jail time in the bizarre incident – angering relatives of at least one student who was in the class.

Republican Rep. Mark Samsel — who was caught on camera talking about suicide, sex, God and the Bible during an art class at Wellsville High School on April 28 — pleaded guilty Monday to reduced charges of disorderly conduct and was placed on probation for a year. He also received a 90-day suspended jail sentence, the Kansas City Star reported.

The lack of jail time for the former high school substitute — who must also write letters of apologies to two teen victims — incensed the aunt of another student in the classroom that day, according to the newspaper.

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“I don’t think that’s enough,” Mary Woods told the Star of Samsel’s punishment. “He laid his hands on a kid … He traumatized

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