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From Today's Commercial Appeal:
Presented on Aug. 8 with the opportunity to tell Memphis City Schools and NCAA officials why she changed the grades for a former Wooddale High athlete, the counselor went silent.
"She admitted making the changes, yet would not provide a rationale for the changes," William White of MCS wrote in an e-mail to a fellow schools official later that day. "She was certain someone had asked her to make the changes but was reluctant to name anyone who may have been involved."
Well .... Case closed! Nothing else to see there.
She obviously did it because education is culturally biased.
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Tyrik Rollison qualified at auburn.
When/if the legal case begins in this matter we will likely learn much more about who, when, why, and where.
Sounds like someone needs a visit from the Friendly Boys. What she did was probably mail fraud or wire fraud. Let's see if the US attorney in Memphis decides to send the FBI by for a talk with her.
This post was edited by The Coleman Kid 23 months ago
Not to mention if she received a payoff, I'm sure she didn't report it to the IRS.
Yep...The IRS can and will look at her accounts whether she gives them permission or not. She's up the creek. The question is, how much is she willing to take to protect whoever she's protecting?
I suspect falsifying public records is also an offense in the context of her admitted conduct, and most places that is a criminal act that can carry significant penalties. Perhaps if she sees the jailhouse door closing on her she may decide to talk.
One other possible scenario in this is what if Jovon's mom is the one who paid off the guidance counselor?
Supposedly she has money from that lawsuit and the payoff probably wasn't a large sum of money. His mom might have had $5,000 laying around. Just spit balling here.
If that were the case how would the NCAA treat Auburn? Is the parent of a recruit a booster as well?
This post was edited by scottchap 23 months ago
agreed...and im pretty sure javon knows his abc's and can count to at least 50, so this is apples and oranges
Definitely possible, but I would only suggest is as Devil's Advocate (which you obviously did). Why would mom spend a significant portion of whatever settlement she received in the past when she doesn't have to?
Still a crime, but Mom would get the least of the penalties...people get softhearted when they see mom trying to help her dumbass children.
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