Superhero Loses Job
November 3, 2011 by staff
Superhero Loses Job, There is more bad news in the saga of Phoenix Jones. The Seattle-based watchdog for many epitomized the “real life superhero” trend has been fired from his job after a recent arrest for assault and subsequent exposure. Whose real name is Ben Fodor, Jones was hired as a classroom teacher, working with autistic children and young adults, before the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services reported that he was barred from any work with children.
Publicola reports Seattle website that Jones was most recently working with developmentally disabled five autistic children aged between four and 18 years old, teaching them life skills such as shopping and balancing a checkbook. Jones told Jonah Spangenthal-Lee writer, “I had to leave work in the middle of the day. It was embarrassing.”
DSHS order seems to be a consequence of Jones arrested for assault last month, when he allegedly pepper-sprayed a group of people in what he characterized as an attempt to stop a fight.
It seems that what Jones intentions to engage in the conflict, said the arrest DSHS is a liability. Jones told Publicola that his name has been placed on a list of people who can not work with children because, in his words, “[Now I have] a history of inserting myself into situations that are dangerous.” However, he added, “I would say has a history of crime fighting. The whole point of what I do is to protect people.”
Prosecutors have yet to file charges against Ben Fodor, but said Jones will continue as Phoenix, regardless of their arrest and exposure. Unfortunately, the crime fighter does not know what to do for a day.
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