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The queefhog leprechaun from War-wack who went viral in a video for telling a bunch of kids she called Brazilians to go back to Meck-i-ko, and who then was fired by the School Committee, is back in the news again:
Kerry Thibault, the 43-year-old Warwick resident and former teaching assistant at Hoxsie Elementary School that was unanimously removed from her position by the school committee, was arrested on Thursday afternoon for making threatening remarks towards Warwick Superintendent Philip Thornton.
Major Mark Ulucci could not divulge specifics of the threats made, but said that officers were called around 2:48 p.m. after Thibault had called an unspecified school principal and began making threatening comments directed at Thornton and also made threats involving harming herself.
Ulucci said that Thibault was arrested shortly afterwards on a charge of making threats to a public official – a felony offense – and that due to their observations of Thibault at the time of the arrest, she was referred to Kent Hospital for further mental evaluation.
“The larger concern here was her wellbeing,” Ulucci said. “We’re making sure this person receives the help and treatment that they need.”
Thibault was recently removed from her position as a teaching assistant in Warwick after a videotaped outburst went viral on Facebook following an incident at Twin River casino, where Thibault went to place a bet on the New England Patriots prior to the AFC Championship game.
I for one am shocked, SHOCKED I tell ya, that this fine, upstanding citizen would call her former employer up and make death threats towards people who were not the ones responsible for firing her. It seems so of character, right?
Oh wait, it turns out this is just who she is. It’s who she always has been and who she always will be – the angry, volatile queefhog leprechaun who sounds like she just ate a pork chop stuffed with Newport Lights. This was who she was when she applied for the job, when she got her background search, and when she did her interview. And the War-wack Public Schools went and hired her anyway because she has a pulse and thus qualifies under their high standards for employment.