A Harlem associate principal for technology is accused of high-tech spying on colleagues in an incident allegedly motivated by jealousy, reports WABC-TV. The New York City schools investigator says the associate principal secretly read eMail messages of several principals and a school superintendent using computer spyware. He says it was all motivated by a love triangle. The allegations involve Milciades Pepin, an associate principal for technology at three high schools: Randolph High School, Manhattan Center for Science and Math, and the Unity Center for Urban Technologies. The school's principals were his alleged targets. "He was opening their eMails. He was...
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