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They’ll “say” thty thought they were “contributing to the school” for admitting their daughter.....but they got bigger

They were engaged in money laundering.

The bribes for admittance were not paid directly to the school.....they were “washed” through a phony “do-good” foundation, listed as “donations.”

The bribers now have tax problems b/c they listed the bribe as a “charitable donation to the fake foundation”

They even got written letters in return that said, “Thank you for your generous donation.”

To make the bribes appear legitimate they received receipts falsely indicating that “no goods or services were
exchanged” for their supposed donations to the foundation, according to authorities.

Loughlin and her husband allegedly hid their payments in two $200,000 wire transfers to the “charity” to get their daughters into USC.

There’s the not insignificant matter of taxes......and using the US mail to facilitate the fraud also comes with legal do wire-transfers.

20 posted on 05/21/2019 11:21:44 AM PDT by Liz ( Our side has 8 trillion bullets; the other side doesn't know which bathroom to use.)
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There is a big difference between writing a $500K check to a college to buy a spot at the front of the admission line and writing a $500K check to a third party to change SAT results, fake an athletic scholarship, and otherwise fraudulently get your kid to the front of the line.

The problem is $500K will not buy you a spot at the front of a top tier college admission line anymore. It would cost several million dollars to buy off USC. What is a poor rich liberal who is not a politician supposed to do?

26 posted on 05/21/2019 11:40:58 AM PDT by Bubba_Leroy (The Obamanation has ended!)
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