Gloucester judge upholds verdict in school fight
A judge has upheld a $1.25 million verdict against a high school administrator who a jury concluded was negligent in stopping a fight that left a teenager permanently injured.
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#1 Oct 16, 2010
I certainly am not surprised. The administrator works with teachers like James Wygant, who teaches at Mathews High School. Mr. Wygant was recently investigated for putting his live-in girlfriend's nine year old son in a clothes dryer, shut the door and turned the dryer on. Although the child was not severely hurt, it was an act of cruelty. CPS in Gloucester County said, no harm no foul. Shocking! The officer who did the investigation said Mr. Wygant got a new dryer that looked too small to fit a child in and that she will not be pressing charges.
Mr. Wygant is educating the children in the Gloucester area...how scary is that!
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