The unvarnished truth is that Johnson deserved to be fired for her mind-boggling mishandling of the case of former high school headmaster Rodney Peterson. It was bad enough that Johnson took no administrative action against Peterson after his June, 2011 arrest and conviction for punching and choking his wife. Instead, she wrote a glowing letter on his behalf to the sentencing judge.
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