They are ready to kill his butt out there!
A Pennsylvania school board official made explosive new allegations Tuesday at the first meeting since two administrators stepped down over racist text messages, claiming the board’s acting superintendent was the mystery third texter in the N-word-laden exchange.
Last month, the Coatesville school board accepted the resignations of Coatesville Area School District Superintendent Richard Como and Director of Athletics and Activities Jim Donato. Como and Donato resigned from their posts after an IT staffer who was fixing Donato’s phone discovered text messages containing the N-word. Acting Assistant Superintendent Dr. Teresa Powell, one of two employees who discovered the text messages, publicly stated during Tuesday night’s meeting that she was offered a promotion if she would remain quiet about the texts. Powell also claimed the acting superintendent, Angelo Romaniello, was the mystery “third texter” who took part in inappropriate exchanges with Como and Donato. Finally, Powell claimed tens of thousands of dollars was missing, related to football team rings.
Romaniello denied the accusations against him when confronted by NBC10’s George Spencer after the meeting.
The accusations came the same night a group of about 25 protesters marched through Coatesville, demanding the resignations of all the school board members.
Many in the community were angered that the board didn’t fire Como and Donato even though it would have led to a lengthy and costly legal battle.