Benjamin, 68, a videographer who had been doing freelance work at the conservatory for at least a decade, a lapse that could have legal repercussions for the conservatory should a child have been harmed as a result. However, the school did not check Peter E. If NEC does not want to keep Benjamin around, it should change its policies and terminate his contract.
Certainly not alone.
Zander was one of numerous faculty members who used the services of Peter E. This time, we found two. Email to a Friend. A lot of time. That is when he sat down to write his apology. Not blindly despising a group of citizens?
He can just let go. Is not of your right to judge. Zander believed Peter Benjamin above was profoundly remorseful and determined to turn his life around. Benjamin has harmed no one since his release. It was always amazing to me that NEC had a guy like Zander on hand, always ready and willing to work his magic.
Instead of being treated like a model for rehabilitation and reintegration into society, Benjamin is being treated like a pariah.
When I argue against registration or to get my clients off of lifetime probation, I stress the importance of change. After all, Zander knew the man better than most. In , Mr. Last night, in a phone interview with the Globe, the year-old Benjamin, who now lives in Brighton, defended his work for the conservatory and criticized school officials for canceling his contract work, asserting that he has not reoffended since his release from prison and noting that he completed five years of supervised probation.
Home About Contact Menu. Zander, who is also a Boston Philharmonic Orchestra conductor, did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment left at his home and with his assistants.