Liza Sejkora Biography – Wiki
Liza Sejkora is identified as the principal of Camas High School in Washington who has been placed on administrative leave after her posting of a Facebook comment following Kobe Bryant’s death in a helicopter crash.
Following the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others, high school principal Dr. Liza Sejkora posted the following to her personal Facebook page: “Not gonna lie. Seems to me that karma caught up with a rapist today.” https://t.co/YUHNRYjP7f
— WTHR.com (@WTHRcom) February 5, 2020
Liza Sejkora Facebook Posts
After the January 26 helicopter crash, the state high school principal wrote in her personal Facebook account, which has been since deleted, according to CNN affiliate KATU.
“Not gonna lie. Seems to me that karma caught up with a rapist today”, she wrote on her post.
According to authorities, she later deleted her Facebook post regarding Kobe Bryant and wrote another message saying: You are free to judge for the post just I am free to judge the person the post was about”, according to The Columbian newspaper.
Reports show that Sejkora was pointing 2002 rape accusation against the 41-year-old retired NBA player, whose criminal charged was said to be dropped.
Liza Sejkora Apology
On Monday, Sejkora sent an email to Camas High School parents, which CNN says included an apology:
“Camas High School Families:
You may be aware of the copy of the post on social media I made on personal Facebook account is circulating digitally in our community. Today, I apologized to my staff and now I apologize to you”.
“On January 26 after the death news of Kobe Bryant, I made a comment to my private social media which was a personal, visceral reaction. I want to apologize for saying that he deserved the death. It was inappropriate and tasteless. Further, I apologize for the disturbance is caused to our learning environment today”.
In education, we remind students top think before they post online, especially when feelings are inflamed. we also teach our students about context. My emotions and past experiences got the best of me in that moment. We also teach our students that we share online has permanency”.
“While what I wrote was posted on a private Facebook account to people who are my friends and was quickly removed. I acknowledge that private does not always mean private. I love being principal at Camas High School. We have tremendous students, staff and community. I have learned an important lessona dnI hope that I can earn your trust back”.
CNN reached out to Sejkora but she denied commenting on the case.
It us unclear what the social media police for staff members in the district says.
In a statement, Superintendent Jeff Snell claimed the social media comments failed to model a high standard for students.