Parents of students at Wildwood Elementary School in Florida are outraged after finding out that the school hired former deputy police chief David Borst to work in food services at the school. What's wrong with that? Well, just one year ago, he was forced to resign his police job after the FBI identified him as a member of the Ku Klux Klan, the white supremacist organization.
The backlash started when a parent of one of the students recognized Borst and did a little detective work, pulling up news stories from last year and identifying him as the KKK member. Borst was removed from his new position after just three days on the job. But parents are still outraged over how something like this could have happened in the first place. After all, if a parent can easily make the connection, why wasn't Borst identified during a background check during the hiring process?