California businessman gets prison for US college admissions scam

California businessman gets prison for US college admissions scam

Former World Surfing League executive Jeffrey Bizzack was sentenced Wednesday to two months in prison after he paid $250,000 in bribes to get his son into the University of Southern California as a fake volleyball recruit. Prosecutors recommended nine months in prison but his lawyers said he deserved leniency because he turned himself in as soon as he heard the scheme was uncovered.

Sandra
Sandra
porcus
porcus 3 months

$250k to bribe the college to admit his son as a fake volleyball player... jeez, that's embarrassing. He should be fined 10x that amount with the money paying for poor kids to go to college for a STEM degree; he shouldn't be stuck in a cage that tax payers have to pay for.

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