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Accountant in college admissions fraud to plead guilty

A Californian accountant who allegedly worked for the mastermind of the so-called "Varsity Blues" University Admissions Scandal will plead guilty to the conspiracy. Unsealed court documents revealed Friday that Steven Masera, a 69-year-old Los Angeles Times reported that William "Rick" Singer's old accountant plans to partner with investigators. Singer, an already-cooperating witness, is the founder of The Key, a Newport …

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U-boat of the US Navy is guilty of espionage after telling his friend he could go to Ed Snowden

A US seaman was sentenced to three years in prison after admitting that he wanted to send classified information about US Navy nuclear-powered warships to a journalist who had gone to Russia. Stephen Kellogg III pleaded guilty to spy censuses on Friday. The 26-year-old had contacted, according to the Naval Court to Sevmash – Russia's largest shipbuilding company and the …

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Three more guilty pleas in the college admission scandal

Gregory Abbott, founder and chairman of a food and beverage packaging company, his wife Marcia Abbott and Peter Jan Sartorio, founders of a frozen burrito company, went to a federal judge to formally file their conspiracy scams and honesty Services committing mail fraud. The prosecutors said that these were recorded telephone calls and e-mails, indicating that all three were communicating …

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A 900-pound Virginia man has a hearing in the loading dock and pleads guilty to the ambulance

A 900-pound Virginia man pleaded guilty to a cocaine conspiracy case in an ambulance during a hearing at a federal court loading ramp on Tuesday. Kenneth Hicks, 48, of Emporia, pleaded guilty to a stretcher During the hearing, Judge David Novak noted how the court had gone through "some extraordinary procedures" dealing with Hicks' health problems and his Would protect …

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Ex-USC football coach pleads guilty to college admissions scheme

Emails with breaking news Receive notifications of breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that are important were delivered on weekdays. SUBSCRIBE 14. May1919, 19:14 UTC By Associated Press BOSTON – A former football coach at the University of Southern California pleaded guilty on Tuesday for claiming that inappropriate sports profiles for children were more prosperous as part …

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USC coach who made fake crew profile for Lori Loughlin's daughter pleads guilty

Laura Janke, the 36-year-old former assistant women's football coach at USC, pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit and recommends to cooperate with the government's investigation and testify at trial. Prosecutors recommend that she be sentenced to 27-33 months in prison, the low end of the sentencing guidelines. Janke was among a dozen coaches and test administrators indicted on a racketeering …

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Man pleads guilty in mall assault against boys, faces 19 years

This undated photo of the Bloomington, Minnesota police shows Emmanuel Aranda, who was arrested in connection with an incident in the Mall of America in which a 5-year-old boy was killed three floors Friday, April 12, 2019, after being pushed or thrown from a balcony. Aranda is expected to attend a court hearing Tuesday, May 14. (Bloomington Police Department via …

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Actress Felicity Huffman is expected to plead guilty today in a college admission scandal

The "Desperate Housewives" star could receive up to 20 years in prison. The charity, associated with Rick Singer, helped wealthy parents cheat on standardized tests for their children. Singer thus bribed college coaches to falsely designate students as recruited athletes, smoothing their path to admission, a criminal complaint says. Singer had bribed Huffman and Singer exchanged emails on how to …

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