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They turned themselves in this morning some came with parents some tried to hide their faces from the camera.
Seven of them were charged with misdemeanors for paying others between 53600.
Dollars to take the SAT.
Three of them were the alleged test takers felony offense.
Josh which ethic now a twenty year old senior at Tulane graduated from Great Neck north.
-- in nineteen year old George Strait nineteen year old Adam Justin graduated from North Shore Hebrew academy.
Honest hard working students are taking a backseat to the cheaters all of this came to light in September when seven other former and current Great Neck north students were arrested.
Stimulus a -- now a sophomore Emery was the one accused then of taking the test using a fake ID.
At the time the DA alluded to more arrests of state senate hearing was later held -- SAT testing security.
None of this comes as a surprise to -- -- a day.
She remembers hearing rumors of SAT cheating at Great Neck north when she was a senior Roslyn high school for years ago I feel like people want -- Getting to a great college age and they'll spend whatever money they have -- -- it's a version of that argument the accused students lawyers use today.
They claim SAT cheating is widespread which should be handled by the school not the DNA.
And we have a lot of problems here in the -- justice system announcer Kelly we have very limited resources in which to do it.
And this is not the type of case that should be in the criminal justice system.
The College Board the organization that sponsors the SAT disputes the claims of widespread cheating.
But inside and outside group to review all of -- security procedures.
And as for rice she believes twice as many students made -- over the years but can't prosecute the cases outside the two year statute of limitations.
The vast majority -- kids play by the rules and expect the system to be fair.
And the weighted -- right now is not fair.
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