NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA - A former New Jersey superintendent arrested in 2015 on child sexual assault charges has been acquitted.
The Provincial Court of Nova Scotia says Brian David Fogelson provided 'great detail in every aspect of his testimony' and his 'detail provided to the court was quite compelling.'
Fogelson was arrested at the Nova Scotia airport on charges stemming from incidents that were alleged to have happened in the 1970s, when he was a music teacher. He was the North Warren Superintendent from 2008 to 2015.
You can read the entire court documents here.
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