Police are investigating an Arizona school board president who kept track of critical parents in a creepy “dossier” containing their Social Security numbers and even photographs of their kids.
Scottsdale Unified School District President Jann-Michael Greenburg is said to have accidentally shared a Google Drive he used to keep tabs on “wackos,” “anti-mask lunatics,” and “psychos” in the district, the New York Post reports.
Disturbing dossier email
The dossier was apparently exposed inadvertently in an email sent to parent Kim Stafford. The drive included photos from a private Facebook group the parents used to criticize the school and screenshots of some of the parents’ Facebook profiles showing their support for former President Donald Trump.
The chilling, East Germany-style surveillance also involved gathering information about parents’ divorces and mortgages, and included photos of parents and their kids, AZFamily reported.
The stalking is another example of the war being waged on parents by rabid ideologues in public schools and their allies in the Democratic party and Biden administration, which recently began comparing angry parents to “domestic terrorists.”
As of Saturday, more than 1,200 parents had signed a letter demanding Greenburg’s resignation as Scottsdale police announced a probe.
“We are conducting an investigation into the matter and will report our findings once it is complete,” police said in a brief statement.
School terrorizing parents
The dossier was allegedly made by Greenburg’s father Mark, who is said to have tailed parents in his motorcycle to write down their license plate numbers. One mom, Amanda Wray, says she found images of her vacation home.
“When I first saw the contents of the Google Drive and I saw my 8- and 10-year-old’s photos, that was terrifying. And like, what’s he doing?” Wray said.
“But he has pictures of my vacation home, property records. I’m not a political opponent, I’m an involved parent and that is threatening to me and it makes me wonder why and what he was planning to do with those photos.”
The school insists the dossier did not come from inside the school system and they have opened an “independent” investigation, but parents like Wray say the school is protecting Greenburg.
“You’ve got the school district saying, ‘Sorry, he’s elected. He’s allowed to abuse the community. He’s allowed to use student information and dox parents, sorry.'”