Carla Bayron | Nov 06, 2019 | WILX
LANSING, MI (WILX) -- "Believe the women." It's a mantra heard repeatedly during the Larry Nassar investigation and as the "Me Too" movement has grown.
The former superintendent of Lansing schools is taking the opposite approach as she defends her choice for successor, Mark Coscarella.
Yvonne Caamal Canul said that she does not believe the woman accusing Coscarella of sexual harassment and she took it even further than that.
In an October 31st interview with the Lansing State Journal, Canul called Casey Sterle "troubled," accusing her of looking for her 15-minutes of fame.
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