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‘Varsity Blues’ children’s sport choice doesn’t matter, jury says


By Chris Villani (September 23, 2021, 4:43 p.m. EDT) – A hedge fund founder accused of bribing his daughters at top schools as fake sports recruits told the mastermind of the ‘Varsity Blues’ program that the choice of One kid’s sport “doesn’t matter” and the other could be a sailor even if she “hates sailing,” jurors heard Thursday.

The taped appeal was played by prosecutors in a federal courtroom in Boston as they sought to prove that John Wilson’s payment of $ 1.5 million to government-turned-cooperator William “Rick “Singer was a bribe to get Wilson’s daughters into Stanford University and Harvard University.

On government orders, Singer called Wilson and told him he was working …

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