Arizona attorney general asks FBI to investigate Scottsdale school ‘dossier’ controversy

By Athena Ankrah | Arizona Republic

The office of Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray on Wednesday, urging both to investigate allegations that Jann-Michael Greenburg, former president of Scottsdale Unified School District, may have kept an online dossier of parents’ information.

Parents created a copy of the Google drive, which contained screenshots of Facebook conversations and emails in which parents voiced opposition to the district and/or Greenburg, and screenshots of parents’ social media that indicated support for former President Donald Trump.

Allegations and even more calls for Greenburg’s resignation led to a private investigation by the board and Greenburg’s ultimate removal from the board on Tuesday.

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