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Father Of Former Buckley Student Gets 4 Months In Prison For College Bribery Scandal

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Father Of Former Buckley Student Gets 4 Months In Prison For College Bribery Scandal

Father Of Former Buckley Student Gets 4 Months In Prison For College Bribery Scandal

A Los Angeles business executive whose son attended the private Buckley School in Sherman Oaks was sentenced Tuesday to four months in federal prison for paying a quarter-million-dollar bribe to get his son admitted to USC as a fake water polo recruit, part of the nationwide college admissions scandal which netted dozens of arrests.


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