In California, Arroyo High School principal Larry Smith singled out one student during an anti-bullying assembly and accused him of bullying another student. Specifically, in front of more than 400 other students, Smith accused the boy of circulating an inappropriate photograph of a female student. The boy immediately denied the charge. Smith later called another assembly and admitted he had been wrong and apologized. School officials refuse to say whether Smith will face any discipline.
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