A young woman named Miranda Cain, who graduated from Marysville High School, in Kansas, this year, has been in jail since early June. She had been given a scholarship to Washburn, in Topeka, and was a very good student. She volunteered for efforts in Marysville that were favored by the community, and everyone touted her as a lovely and wonderful child. She was even recognized for something called "distinguished service".
The reason that Citizen Cain is in jail brings up a disturbing question about Marysville High School and "distinguished service". Cain is awaiting trial for prostitution and human trafficking. She is also accused of recruiting an eighth grader for her teenage prostitution enterprise. Schools in Marshall County, Kansas are very unkind and nasty to any child who does not originally hail from Marshall County, and a principal in a Marshall County high school actually told a parent that "protecting the culture" in the schools from "outsiders" was very important. Yet Cain, of Marshall County, Kansas, was accepted with open arms....also, apparently; with open legs! So; what, exactly, is this "distinguished service" that was performed by Citizen Cain?
Culled from the Marysville Advocate