Two Parents Convicted In College Admissions Scandal Trial

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Financier John Wilson and former casino executive Gamal Abdelaziz were found guilty of conspiring to commit bribery and fraud in the nation’s most high-profile college admission scandal. Both parents face up to 20 years in prison.

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