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Arizona School Officials Implement the Most Thorough Background Check in the Country
The Tanque Verde Unified School District in Arizona is going through difficult times. The district officials have just discovered - to their utter horror - that the now-former Superintendent Albert Thomas "Tom" Rogers, 51, is under a special investigation by the U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Last week, its agents apprehended Rogers at the U.S. - Mexico border, south of Yuma.
According to the criminal complaint filed by the U.S. Attorney's Office, Rogers was holding a reservation for a special tour of Mexico, which was to include sexual acts with a 13-year-old boy. Rogers pleaded not guilty at his indictment last week. He is considered a flight risk, and was denied bail; trial is set for early August.
The most staggering blow the school officials are still reeling from is that Rogers had successfully passed a criminal background check as part of the district's routine employment process. According to the official announcement, the newly strengthened hiring process will include much more stringent screening methods than the current industry standard.
Currently, the district is negotiating with a professional background check company. The district officials have made a promise to all concerned parties that they are "about to become the toughest school district to work for in the country".
A Loving Woman
The stereotypical concept of transsexuals in our society tends to assume that they are mostly mellow, friendly, if somewhat confused people. Certainly, whoever knows Max Montijo-LaMadrid, believes he fits that profile. 'Maxine' is a pretty, feminine transgendered individual with soulful brown eyes, who can be seen in a sexy dress showing off her curvy female figure. She is a gentle, quiet person from a large, closely-knit family, and regularly crosses the Arizona-Mexican border to visit elderly parents and siblings.
Max Montijo-LaMadrid is also a fugitive from the law, wanted by the Arizona authorities for the murder of an innocent teenage girl. The Tucson shooting was a deadly case of mistaken identity: chasing after the rival who just shot his friend, Montijo-LaMadrid aimed his gun at the wrong car, and killed the high school student he'd never met. In his attempts to avoid being captured, Max has since undergone plastic surgery, including breast implants. The disguise certainly helps him cross the Mexican border without being apprehended, and remain in Mexico for prolonged periods of time. Authorities warn that Max Montijo-LaMadrid is armed and very dangerous.