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Will this college bribery thing finally fix Federal law?

Discussion in 'Current News & Events' started by HTacianas, Mar 15, 2019 at 7:01 AM.

  1. HTacianas

    HTacianas Well-Known Member

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    Have you ever left work early and not told anyone about it? Have you done it more than once? Do you get paid by direct deposit?

    If you answered yes to those three questions you are a mobster under Federal law.

    All these people who have been charged in the college admissions scandal are not being charged with bribery or anything of the sort. They are being charged with mail fraud. If they had held all their meetings in person and delivered suitcases full of cash they wouldn't be in any trouble.

    It's a sore spot in Federal law that needs to be abolished.
     
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  2. GreekOrthodox

    GreekOrthodox Psalti Chrysostom

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    Squealer... now I'm gonna have to talk to the Godfather to fix this. We're gonna be going for a drive...
     
  3. FenderTL5

    FenderTL5 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Yeah, that's just exercising "free speech."
     
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