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Principal on leave for post on Kobe Bryant’s death resigns


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Principal on leave for post on Kobe Bryant’s death resigns

A high school principal in Washington state who was on administrative leave for suggesting in a personal Facebook post that NBA superstar Kobe Bryant’s death was deserved has resignedFebruary 8, 2020, 12:28 AM2 min readCAMAS, Wash. — A high school principal in Washington state has resigned after a Facebook post suggested the late NBA superstar…

Principal on leave for post on Kobe Bryant’s death resigns

A high school principal in Washington state who was on administrative leave for recommending in an individual Facebook post that NBA superstar Kobe Bryant’s death was should have has resigned

February 8, 2020, 12: 28 AM

2 min read

CAMAS, Wash.–
A high school principal in Washington state has actually resigned after a Facebook post recommended the late NBA superstar Kobe Bryant was worthy of to die.

Camas School District Superintendent Jeff Snell said in a declaration Friday that he had accepted Camas High School Principal Liza Sejkora’s resignation. The district had actually placed her on administrative leave while it checked out the post she composed on her personal Facebook page on Jan. 26, KGW-TV reported. Bryant, his child Gianna and 7 other people died that day in a helicopter crash in California.

Sejkora wrote in the post, “Not gon na lie. Seems to me that karma caught up with a rapist today.” She erased the post after an hour and said sorry, calling the message “improper and tasteless.”

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In 2003, Bryant was accused of raping a 19- year-old worker at a Colorado resort. He said the two had consensual sex, and prosecutors later on dropped a felony sexual assault charge at the request of the accuser. The lady later on filed a civil fit versus Bryant that was settled out of court.

Camas is a quickly growing commuter city in southwest Washington, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) northeast of Portland, Oregon.


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