EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr. Joseph issued a public statement on his personal web site stating that the Journal News article inaccurately reported on his testimony in the case and that concerns expressed by Talk of the Sound were unfounded. Readers may also wish to read: Farewell, Dr. Joseph -- New Rochelle Says Goodbye to a Principal Who Made a Difference in Many Lives
There is apparently some notion out there within the school district that because Dr. Yigal Joseph testified as a prosecution witness in last week's federal corruption trial that this somehow an indication that he did not do anything wrong. As far as we know, Dr. Joseph continues to be employed by the District and is responsible for hundreds of students and staff - and large sums of money. I would ask that readers review this post and weigh in on whether that makes any sense to them in light of the documents below.