I do not see anything about an inhouse clinical psychologist in what you wrote.
If there was a psychologist he/she should be held accountable.
There are probably well-recognized immunities for state employees. Remember, the government has to consent to be sued. This is not news, and is a long-standing rule in Anglo-American law. Ever hear of anyone suing the King of England in a British court?
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You've missed the context. He wasn't asking about state employee immunity. Instead, he was asking if the school system had the libtarded, waste of taxpayer money position called "restorative practices coordinator" and I responded how I knew the answer to that exact question (i.e. dropped from lawsuit).
As for the context of your post, as I posted on 2/7 the federal judge allowed the civil lawsuit to go forward against 2 of the 8 school system employees (counselor and dean of students) as well as the school system. So it likely should've been bigger news that a federal judge allowed 2 school system employees to be sued. They were the two in the best position to stop the school shooting but dropped the ball.
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