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Tamaqua Fires E-Sports Coach After Sex Sting Video Surfaces on YouTube

tamaqua esports coach luzerne county predator sting

tamaqua esports coach luzerne county predator sting

Tamaqua Area School District fired an employee last week after he allegedly appeared in a viral YouTube video on the LC (Luzerne County) Predator Catcher channel recently.

According to a report from The Times-News, Zachary Blihar was an IT specialist and co-head coach of the school’s e-sports team. But school board members voted to can him as an investigation into his appearance on that video is conducted.

In that video, Blihar appears as a person named Zac from New Ringgold.

LC Predator Catcher, which is run by a man called Musa Harris, confronts Blihar at a gas station. Harris allegedly lured Blihar to the gas station by posing online as a 15-year-old boy named Josh.

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In the video, the man who’s allegedly Blihar, doesn’t deny showing up that night to meet an underage boy and tries to justify his actions.

You can watch the full video of the confrontation here:

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