One by one, the convicted principals pleaded for mercy, insisting they lived for their students and had suffered enough already.Isn't it long past time to give up on government monopolies to provide services?
One called himself “a hero.”
But the judge sentenced them all to prison — longer than the defendants preferred, but shorter than what prosecutors had hoped — for helping a millionaire businessman cheat the state’s poorest schoolchildren out of $2.7 million in supplies.
“They need to know that they all deserve better than what these principals gave us,” U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts said Thursday in sentencing four more Detroit principals to prison for stealing from the students they were supposed to protect.
Friday, September 09, 2016
The Detroit Free Press reports:
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