Robert B. Adams, surrounded by family members, talks with his attorney, Linda Parisi, left, before making a brief statement to the media following his appearance in 2011 in court on charges that he abused students at the Citrus Heights Creative Frontiers School he once ran. Adams arrived with his attorney, his wife and daughters and was accompanied by a contingent of more than a dozen supporters all wearing red.
Robert B. Adams, surrounded by family members, talks with his attorney, Linda Parisi, left, before making a brief statement to the media following his appearance in 2011 in court on charges that he abused students at the Citrus Heights Creative Frontiers School he once ran. Adams arrived with his attorney, his wife and daughters and was accompanied by a contingent of more than a dozen supporters all wearing red. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file
Robert B. Adams, surrounded by family members, talks with his attorney, Linda Parisi, left, before making a brief statement to the media following his appearance in 2011 in court on charges that he abused students at the Citrus Heights Creative Frontiers School he once ran. Adams arrived with his attorney, his wife and daughters and was accompanied by a contingent of more than a dozen supporters all wearing red. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file

Citrus Heights principal pleaded no contest to molesting young girls. So why isn’t he on public Megan’s list?

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