- Oct 11, 2018
Alabaga will go down someday and go down hard. No one is above the law and eventually, you get caught. I know things....maybe not about this topic but I know things.
No im not and I haven't heard of it. I can reach out to my brother and see he is involved.An unprecedented number of federal agents and forensic accountants relocated to Miami today to take part in a monumental FBI investigation focused on South American money laundering and bribery to U.S officials.
If you are not following THE TRIAL that is happening in Miami right now, you are missing out on quite a few jaw-dropping stories. Are you on LAW360?
Let them start losing 2-3 games a season and "all of a sudden" there'll be an investigation. Take care of the cash cow until it stops giving milk, then slaughter it. Welcome to the NCAA.Alabaga will go down someday and go down hard. No one is above the law and eventually, you get caught. I know things....maybe not about this topic but I know things.
FED Fuq em' allThey are almost done with NCAA basketball. I was told that football is next.
Called someone about the college admissions cheating scandal and they mentioned that they are already investigating football. Georgia, Texas, Alabama and Arkansas are top targets. Hundreds of millions in payments spanning close to 20 years. Approximately 25 players a year, per team, received payments; with payments now above the $200,000 paid to Michel.
Easy to trace... Poor families being able to deposit hundreds of thousands of dollars either instantaneously or over 4 years.
Majority of those players are now bereft of capital and are willing to talk due to fear of prosecution.
Our resurgence could not come at a better time............ He said an announcement will come in 18-24 months.