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Narrative of incident at Fairfield Aquatic Center involving a mother, her sister and eight kids 

JUNE 15, 2015 PRESS CONFERENCE 
FAIRFIELD AQUATIC CENTER INCIDENT 
BY BISHOP BOBBY HILTON, PRESIDENT 
GREATER CINCINNATI CHAPTER NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK

NARRATIVE

Tuesday June 9, 2015, Krystal Dixon took her children, some nieces and nephews (total of eight kids) to Fairfield Aquatic Center at approximately 3 p.m. The family has enjoyed this activity for years.

Krystal paid $6 each for the kids to get in and left to pick up her sister. Krystal was coming right back. She and her sister were also going to spend the afternoon at the pool.

The kids went in. Three of the kids started swimming. ONE of Krystal’s nephews dressed in red was stopped and told he could not be there because he did not have proper attire on. Five of the kids were still with him.

Click the link to read the entire narrative:  The President's Corner