Excuse me, "come on now", but if you believe God will punish him, then you've decided Mr. Riel is guilty. And since you seem to believe in God, why don't you leave the judgement up to him? Your unfortunately right, though. Here's something for you. The way our legal system is SUPPOSED to work is the person charged with a crime is "innocent until proven guilty". It's people with your mindset that are warping our legal system. And here's another eye opener. Mr. Riel probably resigned because of people like you. My name is Dawn,I am a PROUD band mom at North Brunswick High School, and my daughter STILL loves Mr. Riel. He went into his own pocket this year to supplement the funds to buy a new school Saxophone for my daughter to play. He surprised her with it this past November because her old one was about to kick the bucket. And he recited a poem to his students before every competition called "You'll never walk alone". My daughter says he cried when his seniors graduated and left band each year. So whether he's guilty, had a lapse in good judgement, or is innocent, I STILL thank him for the GREAT job he did with my daughter.
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