Lynn Clark aged 51-year-old, who is a superintendent of schools. The recent news about her being detained for lying has swept the internet, causing traffic all over. Clark sent investigators texts repeatedly, denying suspicion of others, but subsequently revealed that she had sent a message, according to officials. According to the criminal complaint, Clark sent a message because he feared a job candidate would “negatively affect” Clark’s status as principal if he became a police principal. False testimony charges can result in a sentence of up to 5 years in jail, a year of probation, and a fine of up to $10,000. Clark will make his first appearance in Federal Court in Springfield on Wednesday. US lawyer Rachel S. Rollins and Special Agent Joseph R. Bonaboronta, who is in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Boston office, made the announcement today. The case has been charged by Neil L. Desroches, Assistant US Attorney for RollinsSpringfield Branch.
The FBI claims that a Massachusetts public school director informed the candidate in an anonymous text that if he refused to get out of the campaign, he would risk “destroying his reputation.”
Lynn Clark was arrested on Wednesday for making false statements in connection with threatening messages sent to a candidate for Chicopee police chief. She was accused with making false statements in a criminal complaint on one count.