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Schenectady school district seeks dismissal of lawsuit from victims of Raucci

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The Schenectady City School District wasn’t responsible legally for Steven Raucci’s acts of vandalism, even though it employed the “notorious” arsonist, the school district’s attorney argued to an appeals court Monday. Meanwhile, an attorney for the plaintiffs — Harold and Deborah Gray, victims of Raucci’s vandalism and intimidation — argued that Raucci’s acts off school grounds were all part of his “reign of terror,” and the district was notified but did nothing. Patrick Fitzgerald, attorney ...


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robbump
May 24, 2011
4:57 p.m.

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Raucci's actions were all aimed at controlling job situations (which admin seemed content to have done) .. you read of no incidents against his own neighbors, contractor doing home repairs, mechanics, etc. All his misdeeds were an extension of his job.

The school admin should be held responsible.

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