Former private tennis academy president pleads guilty in college admissions scan

Former private tennis academy president pleads guilty in college admissions scan

The former president of a private tennis club in Texas has pleaded guilty in the college admissions scandal which has rocked academia across the US. Martin Fox entered the plea in Boston´s federal court on Friday. Prosecutors say that Fox, 62, helped pay bribes to coaches at two universities who in exchange facilitated the recruitment of the children of wealthy parents as fake athletic recruits.

Chris
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Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 3 months

We need a map listing all the colleges and their corrupt administrators caught up in this scandal. This piecemeal, isolated instances reporting does not show just how pervasive these practices of continuing adoration of the elite have infected a supposed "fair" system. Money, as always, is the god worshipped by people who do not have it. These elites should be stripped of their wealth and shunned by American society. 7 days in a jail doesn't hurt the elite. It's a great hook for a reality TV show.

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