While she won’t pursue charges, McCann made her feelings on the matter clear.
“The individual involved should not be a coach in high school sports and he no longer is,” she said in a statement, referring to Williams, who was forced out of his position in late August.
“The principal and athletic director of the school have retired and resigned,” she said. “The message should be clear that this type of technique has no place in high school cheerleading coaching. The bad judgment of the coach, however, does not constitute a prosecutable crime.”
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