• CEO caught up in college admission scam resigns

    From Elizabeth Paige Laurie@21:1/5 to All on Sun Mar 17 07:39:05 2019
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    Liberal Democrats, too lazy and stupid to compete
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    California school system, once the envy of the entire free
    world, after 40 years of Democrat control and parasitic
    socialist union infestation.

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    One of the parents arrested for allegedly bribing his kids’ way
    into top colleges in a nationwide admissions scam resigned as
    chairman and CEO of his own finance company Wednesday, according
    to new reports.

    Manuel Henriquez, the founder and now-ex-chief of California-
    based Hercules Capital, “voluntarily stepped aside” a day after
    he and his wife, Elizabeth, appeared in court on charges of
    conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud,
    according to Forbes.

    The company’s shares plummeted as much as 10 percent when the
    scandal broke Tuesday, and closed down 8.9 percent, Bloomberg

    Henriquez will “continue as a member of the board and as an
    adviser to the company,” the company said.

    The parents are accused of paying more than $400,000 to college
    admissions mastermind William “Rick” Singer to help their two
    daughters cheat on their admissions exams — as well as to bribe
    Georgetown’s then-head tennis coach to have their elder daughter
    named as an athletic recruit.

    After Singer arranged for a corrupt proctor to sit “side-by-
    side” with the older child during her SATs and feed her the
    answers, the proctor, Elizabeth and the daughter allegedly
    “gloated” about “the fact that they had cheated and gotten away
    with it.”

    Manuel Henriquez, an alumnus of Northeastern University and a
    former member of one of its governing bodies, actually got a
    discount on Singer’s services because he allegedly agreed to use
    his clout at the Boston college to help get another applicant
    admitted to that school, according to the criminal complaint.

    He emailed a senior development officer at Northeastern,
    describing the kid as an “excellent candidate for the College of
    Social Sciences and Humanities,” then repeatedly followed up
    with officials about his admission, prosecutors allege.

    The boy was accepted to the school, and his parents then
    allegedly paid Singer $250,000.

    The Henriquezes turned themselves in to authorities Tuesday and
    were each released on $500,000 bond.

    Both parents looked stunned as they appeared in court, with
    Henriquez shaking his head and looking at the floor as the judge
    explained the charges against them, according to Bloomberg.


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  • From pubkeybreaker@aol.com@21:1/5 to Elizabeth Paige Laurie on Sun Mar 17 05:33:52 2019
    On Sunday, March 17, 2019 at 2:55:04 AM UTC-4, Elizabeth Paige Laurie wrote:

    Liberal Democrats, too lazy and stupid to compete


    It might be possible for a psychiatrist to cure your obsession.
    You posted this same story more than 40 times.

    What is wrong with you?

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