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Conn. Middle School Teacher Fantasizes about Having Sex w/ Students

'It is predatory... '

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) In a shocking undercover video, a 7th-grade teacher and dean at Greens Farms Academy, Connecticut, revealed his groomer’s obscene sexual fantasies about his female students.

Imran Rasti, who was born and raised in Iran, worked as a middle school English teacher at the school, where he also served as director of the writing center. Rasti bragged to an undercover journalist from Project Veritas that his female students intentionally spread their legs and show him their panties.

“[They] sit down in front of me. They purposefully sit here somewhere in the class that is completely directly in front of me, they spread their legs wide open and that’s just brutal, brutal,” he said.

“Every day there are different panties on. Green, black, white, and they make sure. And it’s like they talk to each other, the three of them do that.”

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“[They] open their legs wide open and I am teaching and I see what I see. And they make sure that the panties are positioned in a way that I actually see the thing,” he boasted. “I can see the side of the p*ssy.”

The teacher also admitted that he imagined 7th-graders having sex. He said he considers it “interesting” because he’s “been in and out of relationships” during his life.

During a second meeting with Project Veritas, Rasti said that he hasn’t had sexual relations with his students, but that he could make an exception, as he did when he was a college professor.

According to Project Veritas chief James O’Keefe, the “privilege” of students attending the prestigious academy where this creep teaches costs about $50,000 a year. After Rasti’s sick comments were revealed, school officials told Project Veritas that “We are placing the employee on leave and we’ll be properly investigating this matter and taking appropriate action.”

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Rasti’s behavior raised alarm bells with a retired criminal profiler who spent 25 years leading major investigations for Pennsylvania State Police.

“It’s just very concerning that he would lose that judgment — of the difference between what position he is in,” the officer told Project Veritas.

“It is predatory. When somebody is this obsessed with a fantasy, it starts to rule their life,” he said. “They start to move in a direction of losing the concept of reality. The reality is he’s a teacher. He’s in a power position.”

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