THIS IS A MAJOR BREAKING NEWS EXCLUSIVE

PLEASANTVILLE SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT IS PREPARING TO CALL FOR AN FBI & NEW JERSEY ATTORNEY GENERAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION.

We have learned and confirmed that very serious allegations will be made today at 12:00 noon:

When/Where: Press Conference: Friday, October 8, 2021, at 12:00 noon in the Administrative building (Middle school) 3rd floor. 801 Mill Road, Pleasantville, NJ 08232

Who: Dr. Natakie Chestnut-Lee, Superintendent of The Pleasantville, New Jersey Public Schools system.

We have received the memo written by the Superintendent from a well-placed inside source with knowledge of the developing situation. The memo states:

The Pleasantville Board of Education has members trying to take over the school district with their corrupt ways and personal vendettas...These board members are against growth, change and progress, evident by their continued fight to stop this season of despair and to end Pleasantville Public school district from being a failing district...The objective is to put someone in place who will follow the script of those who want to control the seat of the Superintendent for their personal gain and has nothing to do with educating our kids...

 

She will be asking the FBI, and Attorney General to formally investigate the corruption going on to sabotage the progress of the school district. Read the full memo below:
Explosive memorandum from Pleasantville Public Schools Superintendent
Our well-placed, inside source shared that following a forensic audit, it has allegedly been discovered that millions of dollars are missing.
Developing. Updates as warranted.

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