Businessman Alleged To Have Bribed Fencing Coach For Entry Of Sons to Harvard

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The university admissions scandal continues to roll on. Equally adamant to stop it is the FBI. Who have stated they wanted to make admissions a level playing field. There have been many cases this year were rich and famous parents. Have been proved to have bribed university staff to get their children enrolled in the best universities. The latest is a CEO of a telecommunications company who is alleged to have bribed the fencing coach. To get admittance into an Ivy League university. Although coaches are not responsible for admissions. Who they recommend influences greatly those responsible for admissions. The businessman is alleged to have made donations,  gifts and assets to the fencing coach. Of this very elite university. He, in turn, pleads innocence and claims his sons got in. As a result of their academic and fencing prowess.

Investigations by the FBI show that not all is innocent in this case. They suspect as a result that bribes have been made. The businessman involved has to answer a case in a court of law.

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Christopher is the head of the Crimes and Accidents News department. He’s a third-generation New Yorker with a passion for journalistic objectivity. Christopher (always "Christopher", never "Chris!) grew up living every kid's dream: his father owned a comic book shop in East Brooklyn. But don't presume that the heroic characters in spandex were the ones who made him fascinated with the Crime vs Punishment concept. Christopher was more interested in the non-superhero comics like Tank Girl and Maus. In the 8th grade he already knew what he was about to do in this life, which was investigative journalism that he would later successfully study in Columbia. Christopher then returned to New York to work as a stringer. Those adrenaline-filled times were equally nerve-wracking and amazing; the only thing that made him settle down was marrying his beloved wife of 10 years. Crime reporting remains Christopher's specialty and biggest passion. That, and not being called "Chris". old@regionalusa.com

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