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Listen in Today for an Intriguing story from Dr. John Telford that has Love,Lust,Lies,Deceit, Politics and of course you know this can only happen in Detroit MI. Ascending to the Rochester Deputy Superintendency in 1984, he received lavish newspaper and television publicity for aggressively recruiting and hiring African-American teachers, principals, and directors despite considerable community opposition and midnight gunfire into his Rochester Hills home. After successfully weathering that storm and fully establishing his curricular and staffing innovations and enhancements, he retired as Deputy Superintendent in 1991 (despite having a three-year contract in his pocket), moved back home to Detroit, and continued to work full-time in several venues. But he also was incarcerated as a teen, was expelled from a Detroit high school for brawling with an administrator, made indiscreet and indiscriminate love with other men’s wives, was attacked for his controversial educational and social initiatives and for hiring black administrators in white schools, and was fired from a suburban superintendency for recruiting Detroit students against the wishes of white residents.