Parents in U.S. college scandal ‘crossed a line,’ prosecutor tells jury

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By Nate Raymond BOSTON (Reuters) -A federal prosecutor on Wednesday told jurors at the close of the first trial arising from the U.S. college admissions scandal that two wealthy men made “dirty” deals to secure the admission of their children to top schools as fake athletes. Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen Frank told the Boston jury that former casino executive Gamal Aziz and private equity firm founder John Wilson were caught on tape discussing how to get their children into universities through fraud and bribery. Frank said Aziz, a former Wynn Resorts Ltd executive also known as Gamal Abdela…

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