4 College Coaches Indicted on Bribery Charges

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Nope.  Poster who claims he see's "people" and not race.

 

Lying is NOT a virtue.


Agreed. What "lying" are you talking about?  The lie where you claimed you only saw people as people.

 

Back to the topic - hey, if it apples to Fox it applies to NBC.  That's not the topic, but it is another lie.  Thanks.....you'll soon catch up with Trump.


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@Centristsin2010 wrote:

Nope.  Poster who claims he see's "people" and not race.

 

Lying is NOT a virtue.


Agreed. What "lying" are you talking about?

 

Back to the topic - hey, if it apples to Fox it applies to NBC.

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Nope.  Poster who claims he see's "people" and not race.

 

Lying is NOT a virtue.


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Image: Bland, Richardson, Evans, Person

 

Oh-oh - NBC again.

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   I do not support bribery.    Thank goodness this will be tried in New York and not by Sessions.  


Agreed.  If guilty, I hope they see jail time. Too much corruption in college sports, IMO.


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   I do not support bribery.    Thank goodness this will be tried in New York and not by Sessions.  

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Justice Department charges college basketball coaches with accepting bribes in corruption case

 

The Justice Department unsealed indictments Tuesday morning charging basketball coaches at four Division I schools with accepting bribes to steer athletes toward the professional services of several business managers, financial advisers, and representatives of a major international sportswear company.

 

The assistant coaches named in the indictments are Lamont Evans of Oklahoma State, Chuck Person of Auburn, Emanuel Richardson of Arizona and Tony Bland of Southern California. The coaches are charges with accepting bribes in exchange for steering athletes toward using the services of business executives including Jim Gatto, a marketing director at Adidas and Munish Sood, chief executive of financial advisory company Princeton Capital.

 

A news conference is scheduled for noon in New York City.

 

The complaint alleges that Jim Gatto, the head of sports marketing at Adidas, paid recruits to sign with Adidas-sponsored schools and then sign with Adidas once they turned professional. He was assisted in this scheme by Merl Code, another Adidas employee, according to the complaint. The payments were brokered by three men: Christian Dawkins, a business manager; Munish Sood, a financial adviser; and Jonathan Brand Augustine, who runs an Adidas-sponsored AAU basketball team. The payments were made with the promise that the players sign agreements with Dawkins and Sood once they turned professional.

 

The men agreed to pay $100,000 to the family of one recruit and $150,000 to the family of another recruit, the complaint alleges. The schools were not named, though one was described as “a public research university located in Kentucky” with approximately 22,640 students. The other school was described as “a private research university located in Florida” with approximately 16,000 students.


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