Moriah Head of English on child pornography charges

March 10, 2022 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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The Head of English at Sydney’s Moriah College has appeared in court today facing charges of possession of child pornography.

He was released on bail,

The College’s principal Rabbi Yehoshua Smukler wrote to the Moriah “family” of parents and guardians that the High School Head of English, Cody Reynolds, had been arrested and charged in relation to the possession and transmission of child abuse material.

He added: “We have been assured by the AFP that there is currently no evidence or information to suggest that any of the offences occurred at school, or that any charges relate to online or in-person contact with Moriah College students.”

Mr Reynolds commenced at Moriah as Head of English at the beginning of 2021.

He was recruited in line with our stringent employment policy, which includes thorough referencing and child safety vetting.”

Mr Reynolds’ employment at the College has been indefinitely suspended.

Media reports state that Federal Police allegedly found images and videos of young children on a laptop and mobile phones at the 36-yr-old’s  Kensington home

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