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Fired superintendent used school eMail account to solicit sex


The Glynn County, Ga., school superintendent, who was fired last week, had used his school system BlackBerry and eMail address to seek sex from people posting classified ads on the internet, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Glynn County School Board, which fired superintendent Michael Bull on Feb. 20, initially said he used his BlackBerry to look at a pornographic web site. Copies of Bull’s eMails, obtained by the Georgia Times-Union and the Brunswick News, show he was sending eMail messages to advertisers offering sex on the popular site Craigslist. "I apologize for my actions to everyone who’s been impacted, especially to my family, the Glynn County school family, and the community," Bull told the Brunswick News. "I made a mistake. I had a lapse in judgment." Records obtained by the newspapers under the Georgia Open Records Act show that Bull used his school system eMail address to reply to six online ads Feb. 18, when Bull was staying at a Savannah hotel during a business trip. The school board voted to fire Bull for improper used of school property two days after he sent the eMails, after they were flagged by the Glynn County schools’ computer system. Bull will not receive any severance pay or buyout money, because he was fired for violating school system policy…

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