School Board President Caught with Creepy Dossier on Anti-CRT Parents
Top Scottsdale school official compiled private data on opponents of Critical Race Theory
An Arizona school board president has been caught with a creepy dossier containing personal details about the families of parents who oppose Critical Race Theory being taught to their kids.
Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg was found to be maintaining the secret online dossier in a Google Drive file.
Greenburg's trove of private data was exposed after he accidentally displayed the link in a screenshot he sent to a parent in a heated email chain.
The drive contained files labeled "SUSD Wackos" and "Anti Mask Lunatics" among others.
The sprawling database was tracking the online activities of parents in the district and held personal information such as mortgage records and even private family photos, including children.
The drive was set to public, allowing anyone with a link to view it, and the contents, including the Social Security numbers, phone numbers, traffic tickets, financial information, and divorce records of parents, quickly set off a firestorm of calls for Greenburg to resign, according to AZ Free News.
The district blames Greenburg's father Mark, who shares a home and computer with his son, for creating the bizarre dossier.
The school board president has also denied involvement, vowing an investigation by "forensic IT staff."
"I am calling for the immediate resignation of our board president Jann-Michael Greenburg," said Amy Carney, a mother of six, who is now running for a seat on the Scottsdale Governing Board.
"We cannot allow anyone in a leadership position to secretly compile personal documents and information on moms and dads who have dared speak out publicly or on social media about their grievances with the district," she added.
The dossier included a trove of information on 47 parents.
One of the videos on the drive showed Greenburg's father wearing a bodycam before going out to secretly record videos of the parents.
Amanda Wray told KTVK-TV that she saw photographs of her children on the dossier and was horrified.
"When I first saw the contents of the Google Drive and I saw my 8- and 10-year-old's photos, that was terrifying," said Wray.
"And like, what's he doing?
"But he has pictures of my vacation home, property records," she added.
"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 district said in the letter that Greenburg could only be removed if he was recalled, if he resigned, or if he was voted out in the next election.
Attorney Alexander Kolodin told the Arizona Free News that Greenburg and his father could face criminal charges related to intimidation.