Fred Fox's attorney says there's no meat in Ohio Ethics Commission report
More than two years after launching an investigation, the Ohio Ethics Commission can't justify any real charges that should be filed against former Huron Schools superintendent Fred Fox, according to his attorney.
Nonetheless, its representatives are tight-lipped about what criminal charges, if any, Fox
and Murray have not yet seen a copy of the report, Murray said.
In May 2012, a three-person majority of Huron school board members agreed to submit a formal complaint to the Ohio Ethics Commission
alleged misdeeds, including an improper business relationship with a district vendor and improper reimbursements during a business trip.
officially lost his
job with Huron Schools
in April 2013 through a controversial firing stemming from the practices, as well as an alleged extramarital affair conducted on school time.
contends the three board members wrongfully terminated him and has a pending lawsuit against them, as well as the district.