Foley Asks Gov. Murphy to Get Involved With Kayan Frazier Matter
Atlantic City Democratic Mayoral candidate Tom Foley is asking New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy to get involved with his call for an independent investigation into the conduct of Kayan Frazier, allegedly involving minor children.
Frazier is a relative of Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small and his wife, LaQuetta Small, who is the principal of Atlantic City High School.
Frazier has admitted certain conduct involving minor children. Frazier is presently in the custody of federal law enforcement authorities.
I have interviewed Mayor Small on this topic at length. He denies any wrongdoing and further confirmed that any alleged wrongdoing by Frazier took place more than two years after he lived with the Small family.
Mayor Small Has also confirmed that his wife reported her own relative (Frazier) to the proper authorities in a timely manner.
Here is a link to the various allegations regarding Frazier. Please be advised that thus document contains very disturbing information about minor children.
Below is a press release from Foley, whereby he has provided several documents, including his letter on the subject to Governor Murphy.
I have obtained a document that confirms that Frazier was fired from the Atlantic City Public Schools system. Here is a copy of the document.
SUBMITTED BY TOM FOLEY
(Atlantic City, NJ) - Atlantic City Mayoral Candidate Former Assemblyman Tom Foley states:
Two weeks ago, I joined countless other members of the Atlantic City community in calling for justice for the children and families of Atlantic City Public Schools. We are demanding answers and resources for the children that were habitually abused by admitted child molester and substitute teacher Kayan Frazier who is now in federal custody faces 30 years in prison on child exploitation charges.
Instead of a thorough investigation, transparency and assistance to students, Atlantic City Schools, Superintendent Barry Caldwell and President Shay Steele have remained silent on the topic.
Therefore, today I sent a letter to the Office of Governor Murphy asking that He, Attorney General Grewal and the Commissioner of Education conduct and full and complete investigation on all the events surrounding Kayan Frazier within the Atlantic City Public School District.
Thomas Foley is a former Atlantic City Fire Department battalion chief; Foley has also served in NJ General Assembly, Atlantic County freeholder and as a city councilman in Pleasantville.
Here are additional documents presented by Tom Foley as follows: