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Lithium executive pleads not guilty in biggest U.S. college admissions scandal

Reuters India Friday, 15 March 2019
Lithium executive pleads not guilty in biggest U.S. college admissions scandalThe temporarily ousted chief executive of Advantage Lithium Corp pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges of participating in the largest college-admissions fraud scheme in U.S. history.
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