Charges of racism and cronyism, a university in a public relations pickle, two heavyweight state senate Democrats crossing swords, and--at the center--a bank-robber-turned-minister. You know this story had to originate in New Jersey.
The Star-Ledger's Tom Moran lays it out:
"Mark this down as Lesson #1 from Kean University's fumbling response to charges of racism at the school:
"Do NOT hire a former bank robber with a phony resume to conduct your internal investigation -- even if he calls himself a minister.
"This actually happened. It is the latest twist in a story that is bizarre even by New Jersey standards.
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