“Mr. Kinloch was in his classroom at school, disrobing this child with the door locked. That's negligent supervision in my mind,” Elaine Heine, the boy’s attorney, told San Diego 6. The boy’s lawsuit, filed in August, also argues that the Chula Vista Elementary School District negligently hired Kinloch because he was a known distributor of child pornography. Read the full article online at www.sandiego6.com.
Sisters get $1.7 million in abuse case
Molestations took place when with friend of family
By Dana Littlefield, Staff Writer
November 20, 2005
Two sisters who sued a Coronado man convicted in 1999 of molesting them when they were children have been awarded more than $1.7 million for emotional distress suffered as a result of the abuse. Howard Eugene Everett III, 64, was ordered to pay the women – now 22 and 18 – for past and future medical expenses, pain and suffering. A San Diego Superior Court jury awarded the older sister more than $953,000 and the younger sister more than $826,000. Included in each award was $150,000 in punitive damages.
Elaine L. Heine is a family law attorney practicing in San Diego, CA.