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Monday, August 21, 2006

Ms. Riley Also Leaves Us Wondering: Who Demanded the Edit Job?

Over the course of Fumaristas discussing the recent WSJ article on Tom Monaghan and his exploits, it was noticed that a certain section of the article disappeared from the story:

A number of professors have resigned; some have launched lawsuits; the
contract of a prominent emeritus professor from Notre Dame was not renewed.
Faculty reported the college's administration to the Department of Education for
fraud involving financial aid in 2002. (The school denied any wrongdoing, but
paid back about $300,000; the investigation hasn't been concluded.)
And
now one of those professors has been told that he must recant his testimony to department officials if he wants his contract renewed. (A university official acknowledged this was true, which may leave the school open to criminal conspiracy charges.)

Compare the above to this:

A number of professors have resigned; some have launched lawsuits; the
contract of a prominent emeritus professor from Notre Dame was not renewed.
Faculty members reported the college's administration to the Department of
Education for fraud involving financial aid in 2002. The school denied any
wrongdoing but paid back about $300,000. An investigation by the education
department's inspector general hasn't been concluded.


Something is very fishy Ms. Riley . . .


You can find the original cached version here.

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