KQED NEWSROOM

Death Penalty Moratorium and College Admissions Scandal

Season 6 Episode 20 | 27m 55s

A number of Californians, including actresses and prominent business figures, have been charged in a widespread college admissions scam involving parents who allegedly bribed athletic coaches or paid people to cheat on college entrance exams to help get their kids into Stanford, USC and other top schools. Mayor London Breed appointed Manohar Raju to be San Francisco’s next public defender.

Aired: 03/19/19

Rating: NR

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