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Kay Griffin Brams I have wondered the same thing. I bet it would be more than a week or two. I would guess a couple years or so. That kind of money could have paid to start your child’s business because evidently you didn’t think she was smart enough to do it on her own. Just wow… meanwhile some parents are grinding and struggling and praying and depriving their children of fun to prepare for these exams. All I need today is a little bit of Bulldogs and a whole lot of Jesus. These types there has gotta be some special type of karma for.
All I need today is a little bit of Bulldogs and a whole lot of Jesus
It has to! I get that these rich parents who have paid to get their children into a school or have grades changed are at fault but the people who accepted the money and made the changes are the criminals. And yet the black mom that changed her address so her son can go to a better school gets 5 years in prison. What a fine justice system we have meanwhile lady who enrolled her child in a different zone school in Georgia was sent to prisonShe eventually took a plea deal for the larceny charge and was sentenced to five years in prison for falsifying her address to get her son a better education. Tanya Mcdowell Ap. Tanya McDowell sits in court during her arraignment hearing on drug charges Monday June 13, 2011. Photo: Alex von Kleydorff/AP. “Who would have thought that wanting a good education for my son would put me in this predicament,” she said during her sentencing for the drug charges. “I have no regrets seeking a better education for him. All I need today is a little bit of Bulldogs and a whole lot of Jesus. I do regret my participation in this drug case.” She received a 12-year suspended sentence for the drug charge, plus five years probation, but was allowed to serve both sentences concurrently. McDowell went on to serve a total of three years behind bars. When she was released, she still had to serve three years of probation, and was ordered to pay the city of Norwalk roughly $6,500 in back tuition.