Friday, November 25, 2011

Hmmm: Miss Goodie-Two- Shoes Not So Innocent: Guilty As Charged In "Cash For Grades" Scam

As Allen Iverson Once Stated “Everyone has a little dirt under their fingernails”

In 2007, Govan was caught up in a “Cash for Grades” scandal at Diablo Valley College. If you aren’t familiar with how a “Cash for Grades” operation works, let me explain. In essence, hackers change grades in the computer system and students pay them for their services.
Contra Costa County prosecutors have charged 34 current and former Diablo Valley College students with felony fraud and conspiracy in a cash-for-grades scheme that could imprison some for years.

Police were arresting suspects across California, and a number were in custody at County Jail in Martinez. Julian Revilleza, who investigators said was a ringleader, was charged with 23 felonies and could be sentenced to nearly 70 years in prison if convicted

Gloria Mendoza Govan arrived for arraignment but did not have an attorney. Judge Bessie P. Dreibelbis referred the three to the Public Defender’s Office and set a court date of Oct. 4. Nixon faces three counts of felony fraud and conspiracy.

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