Wealthy father acquitted in final U.S. college admissions scandal trial

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By Nate Raymond BOSTON (Reuters) -A wealthy father on Thursday was acquitted of charges that he bribed a Georgetown University tennis coach to secure a spot for his daughter at the elite school in the final case linked to the U.S. college admissions scandal to go to trial. Amin Khoury, a son of the co-founder of aircraft interior maker B/E Aerospace, was found not guilty of conspiracy and mail fraud charges in a case that spilled out of the “Operation Varsity Blues” investigation. Defense lawyer Roy Black said he was “thrilled” by the verdict. He had argued at trial that Khoury’s daughter got …

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