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Wednesday, 15 February 2012


Yeshiva University Los Angeles - Home to Sholom Tendler and Aron Tendler for Decades before being Removed. After the Shuttering of Yeshiva Kerem in San Jose under Matis Weinberg, these Sociopaths Plagued YULA for 20 years!

Sholom Tendler, now in another school in L.A and member of the RCC.


California: Teacher’s Aide Arrested in Los Angeles School District

A teacher’s aide at a Los Angeles high school has been arrested on suspicion of contacting a minor with the intent to commit a sexual offense, the F.B.I. said Tuesday. The aide, Alain Salas, 40, was taken into custody Monday at John C. Fremont Senior High School. Mr. Salas is accused of sending inappropriate messages over the Internet to a 15-year-old student. He is the fourth employee of the Los Angeles Unified School District to be arrested on charges related to sexual offenses in recent weeks, but the F.B.I. said there was no evidence that the cases were connected.

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Abuse Cases Put Los Angeles Schools Under Fire

.....Within days, other allegations surfaced at schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District: A high school music teacher was removed after being accused of showering with students; a third-grade teacher was being investigated for more than a dozen accusations of sexual abuse; an elementary school janitor was arrested and accused of lewd acts against a child. And on Wednesday, a high school softball coach and special education teacher was arrested on charges of sending inappropriate messages to children over the Internet.

Perhaps the primary issue, Mr. Deasy said, is what happens after a teacher is accused of wrongdoing. He said that in many cases the district did not appear to keep any central records of accusations of abuse, even if they were substantiated, as long as no formal charges were pressed.

“School officials said Mr. Berndt was investigated 18 years ago on suspicion of trying to molest a girl, but prosecutors said there had not been enough evidence to charge him. It is unclear whether details about that inquiry were kept in the district’s central files.

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http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/17/education/abuse-cases-put-los-angeles-schools-under-fire.html?hpw


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