The Department of Homeland Security continues to show that they continue to work with sexual deviants. On Monday of last week, a former South High School teacher in Colorado, Larisa Oringdulph, who engaged in sexting (texting about sex) with one of her students, was named South All-Hazards Regional Homeland Security Coordinator, a job that pays $48,000.
The Pueblo Chieftain reports:
Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk Taylor said Oringdulph’s hire was not a decision by his department, but by a commission made up of representatives from Pueblo, Custer, Huerfano, Fremont and Las Animas counties.
Taylor described the job as an annual contract position with the South All-Hazards Region and, essentially, a conduit for the federal homeland security funds that get passed through the state and into counties to be used for various projects.
Sheriff Taylor says that all those on the board that hired Oringdulph knew her past before her hiring.
Oringdulph was involved in sexting and kissing a student at South High School. However, her sexting wasn’t just comprised of text.
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