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Cuyahoga Falls, OH (via Clayton, OH)

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Comment 8 hours ago

Hasn’t been shown here yet. Great find if that is true and can be proven. Embedded here. This is not a fake Elk tweet for the record:

Comment 8 hours ago

The releasing of this info doesn’t even make any sense. What is the leaker trying to expose here? He cheated on his wife? We already know that. Divorce court already settled their divorce so what does any of what was released have to do with anything?

Are they in a custody battle still and she is trying to plot evidence that he is a bad parent? I’m starting to think that may be her angle. She is trying to get prime custody of the kids if she doesn’t already have it and take Zach out of the picture all together.

Comment 8 hours ago

A)  No person, having devised a scheme to defraud, shall knowingly disseminate, transmit, or cause to be disseminated or transmitted by means of a wire, radio, satellite, telecommunication, telecommunications device, or telecommunications service any writing, data, sign, signal, picture, sound, or image with purpose to execute or otherwise further the scheme to defraud.  

(B)  Whoever violates this section is guilty of telecommunications fraud. Except as otherwise provided in this division, telecommunications fraud is a felony of the fifth degree. If the value of the benefit obtained by the offender or of the detriment to the victim of the fraud is five thousand dollars or more but less than one hundred thousand dollars, telecommunications fraud is a felony of the fourth degree. If the value of the benefit obtained by the offender or of the detriment to the victim of the fraud is one hundred thousand dollars or more, telecommunications fraud is a felony of the third degree

Comment 9 hours ago

I’m not a lawyer (my real profession is architecture) so I would have to leave any real speculation to the professional. I too am interested in the lawyers points of views that we do have on site, like JD.

I did find the article because I was curious myself. My first thoughts would be he may not be the person who actually obtained the info, so I would think no. We have seen leaks in the media where reporters are not held accountable. We also don’t know who McMurphy leaked them to. So far he has only said they exist and won’t release them to the public. 

However, in the article it sounds like they are getting the guy even with no proof he was the one who actually obtained them. Still reading through it.

Stadium will fight because they have no choice if a lawsuit comes their way. The article was released on their platform. 

Comment 10 hours ago

Adultery isn’t a fireable offense as far as I’m aware. That’s something to be settled in the court system. I had a supervisor in the military who cheated on her husband with another higher up who was in a direct line of supervision. He was a Chief so they let him retire demoted one rank. She was demoted one rank and allowed to continue duties in another position. If they were in different jobs on the base and there was no effect on the workplace the military probably wouldn’t have gotten involved.

adultery is not listed as an offense in the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). ... Article 134 simply prohibits conduct which is of a nature to bring discredit upon the armed forces, or conduct which is prejudicial to good order and discipline.

Comment 10 hours ago

How much they knew?

Someone obviously knew that a relationship that was inappropriate for a professional office environment was going on, and acted to separate the parties involved.

Sooooo they handled the incident, end of story. Sounds like they didn’t want to put two people out of jobs, reprimanded, and separated them to different departments. They don’t need to do any more than that. Wasn’t there news that Zach received a low raise as well. That would also lead me to believe it was part of the punishment for the inappropriate behavior. Sounds like it was handled.

Ohio State isn’t divorce court, that was between the Smith’s.

Comment 11 hours ago

Exactly. All private stuff here. Sex life, politics, religion, mail unless illegal items, etc. All things the boss shouldn’t hold you accountable for. Brett makes no sense with this release of info.

Only item here for OSU would have been if he was a direct supervisor over the staffer and did things ion school grounds (which sounds like he did). They could reprimand, demote, or fire for these offenses if they knew about them.  Nothing illegal and the guy has already went through divorce. Why does this crap need to come to light? Pretty dumb release by Brett.

Comment 11 hours ago

ZS and CS are also divorced so I have no idea why this is even news. He was cheating which is already know and they are now divorced. Who cares what he buys online unless it it illegal or what he takes pictures of unless it is illegal. Did he send them to someone who didn’t want them inappropriately? This release by Brett makes no sense other than a cheap attempt to try and embarrass someone because his abuse allegations have been falling apart.