Breaking News: Resume Fraud – Superintendent Accused of Lying on Resume
July 24, 2008
My mother always taught me not to seek benefit from others misery. Normally I would agree with her. I usually do! Unfortunately I won’t in this case, sorry mom! I have no admiration or tolerance for people who lie on their resume. Yesterday we wrote about Donald Trumps advise on resume fraud, today we find a serious offender. Who do you blame, the liar….or the districts failure to conduct a proper background check?
ALBION, N.Y. – The superintendent of an upstate school district faces a felony charge for allegedly lying on his resume, claiming he served 17 years as a state trooper.
State police arrested 48-year-old Richard Galante Wednesday and charged him with offering a false instrument.
Galante became superintenent of the Medina School District in Orleans County in 2003 after working in the district since 2000.
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