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Court Issued Restraining Order: Hillsboro School District Cannot Require Masks On Students –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On September 17, 2021

Hillsboro, IL. (ECWd) –

A Montgomery County Judge issued a Temporary Restraining Order today against the Hillsboro School District, which applies through November 2, 2021, as it pertains to “devices” (mask mandates) imposed by the District.

A status conference is scheduled for November 2, 2021, at 9:00 a.m. in Montgomery County Circuit Court.

This Order applies to every student in the School District, and a Class Certification is also included.

From the Order:

  • While any and all students of the District are on school property, the Defendants, are enjoined from requiring any or all of the Children to utilize any type of device, includil1g a mask, for the purposes of allegedly preventing the spread of an infectious disease unless the parent or legal guardian of a student consents or there is a lawful order of quarantine having been issued against a particular student from the local health department, provided however, the School may still isolate symptomatic students pursuant to applicable law.

Similar to the Carlyle TRO, the use of “devices” such as a mask, fall within the definition of a Quarantine, and the Health Department must obtain either consent or a court order for Quarantine.

TRO and Class Certification are (HERE) or below:



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  • Sharon Hansen
    Posted at 11:11h, 18 September Reply

    Praise the Lord! Mask mandates only harm kids and have zero benefits. It’s all about control, not health.

  • Sue
    Posted at 04:35h, 19 September Reply

    I agree with Sharon.

    The COVID-19 virus is tiny and most masks are ineffective at stopping the virus because the diameter of coronavirus — is 0.13 microns (a micron is 1,000 times smaller than a millimeter). The best N95 standard mask filters down to 0.3 microns. Wearing a mask is like putting up a chain link fence to keep out mosquitos.

    Masks are useless for stopping COVID but they are harmful for socializing, learning, breathing, peer interaction, etc. and masks are devastating for autistic and deaf children. Masks also cause bacterial and fungal infections, which cause rashes, itching, etc. The Brown University study showing a 21-point drop in IQ in young children because of the masks, lockdowns, and social distancing, etc., should be a huge wakeup call and should end the masks mandates immediately and forever!! – masks are disease reservoirs and they do not stop the tiny COVID virus.

    There are many scientifically based peer reviewed studies that show masks do not work and a few of those studies are listed below

    No one needs to be hospitalized and/or die from COVID since we have therapeutics (Ivermectin, Fluvoxamine, azithromycin, Methylprednisolone, vitamin D3, vitamin C, Quercetin/HCQ, and zinc) as well as Regeneron monoclonal antibody therapy to treat COVID and prevent serious illness and/or death. – COVID early and late treatment guide
    Dr. Pierre Kory discusses his treatment protocols at every stage of the coronavirus virus

    Why are we giving up our constitutional rights and allowing masks, lockdowns, social distancing, and forced vaccines for a virus that has a 99% plus survival rate for those under age 70? And we have very effective treatments to stop/cure COVID, so no one needs to end up in the hospital and/or dying.

    Drs Ioannidis & Axfors at Stanford – survival rate for COVID
    Age Infection Survival Rate
    0-19 99.9973%
    20-29 99.986%
    30-39 99.969%
    40-49 99.918%
    50-59 99.73%
    60-69 99.41%
    70+ 97.6% (non-inst.)
    70+ 94.5% (all)

  • MM
    Posted at 00:40h, 21 September Reply

    This decision is clearly wrong. Just reading the article exposes the flaws in the analysis. Quarantine is a limitation of freedom of movement or action of a person or persons who are or may have been exposed to a contagious disease. The mask mandate applies to everyone BEFORE they are or have been exposed to a contagious disease. The fact that students are required to wear a mask BEFORE possible exposure makes it NOT a quarantine. The sentence that includes “devices” to limit transmission is modified by the first sentence (i.e., it lists things that are quarantines AFTER a person is or may have been exposed to a contagious disease). To read the definition any other way would mean that suspending a child for fighting would be a quarantine because the child is excluded from school.

    • PK
      Posted at 09:40h, 21 September Reply

      An Illinois Leaks article published here on September 15th provides the actual definition used in the decision. “Modified quarantine” is the actual language. The analysis in this article is paired with the actual definition for modified quarantine published in the September 15th article. Like it or not, the decision is based on the actual definition of modified quarantine. The premise of “This decision is clearly wrong” is mere to not liking the decision.

      • MM
        Posted at 13:40h, 21 September Reply

        My analysis was based on the actual definition of modified quarantine. The TRO decision was wrong. If the second sentence of modified quarantine doesn’t include the concept of persons exposed to a contagious disease, then anyone suspended from school for fighting would be in modified quarantine because they are “excluded children from school.” You must read the second sentence of the definition in the context of the first sentence or the entire definition breaks down.

        • PK
          Posted at 16:33h, 21 September Reply

          With that explanation, I’d like to make a couple of points:

          1. It is known, by way of COVID-19 testing, that community members, including students, may or may not be exposed on a continuing basis.

          2. According to today’s Illinois Leaks news reporting, IDPH published a change to the definition of a modified quarantine. IDPH must have finally read the second sentence and realized the TRO is properly adjudicated.

          I also found the analogy regarding suspension from school for fighting untenable,

  • Katrina Lewis
    Posted at 13:34h, 16 November Reply

    Can someone link the Complaint and Writ of Injunction?

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