Bradenton, FL -- Bradenton police say they found porn and links to adult sites on Rod Frazier's school computer during their investigation into claims that Frazier inappropriately touched female students.
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In an 86-page report released this week, investigators say they found "more pornographic material on Mr. Frazier's computers, than school or football-related material."
The investigator went on to say in his report that; "There was a remarkable number of pictures depicting young ladies, who were nude, but no faces were visible. I was unable to identify every female that was on Mr. Frazier's computer, but the ones we were able to identify were former students of Manatee High School."
Friday, Manatee County School District Superintendent Rick Mills said the district's own investigation into the matter is continuing and will likely wrap up by mid-September.
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So far, five district employees have been placed on paid administrative leave based on what the district has uncovered.
Also, this week the state attorney's office announced it is filing charges against four of those employees for failing to report the suspected abuse of minors by Frazier.
The employees are former assistant superintendent Bob Gagnon, former Manatee High, assistant principals Gregg Faller and Matthew Kane and former district investigator Debra Horne.
Mills told reporters on Friday that student safety must be the district's top priority and said it is "troubling" whenever there are charges of failure to report suspected abuse, or of giving false information to law enforcement.
Mills added he wants students, parents and teachers to know he has an open door policy and doesn't want people to worry about retribution when reporting something.
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"We have an open door policy and we expect people to be frank and candid and share what their concerns are without fear of any kind of reaction to that," Mills said.
Frazier, through his attorney, has continued to maintain he did nothing wrong. Earlier this month he entered pleas of not guilty to the charges filed against him.
Mills has said depending on the outcome of the district's investigation those employees currently suspended could be fired.
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