Month: April 2018

Owner of Schools that Illegally Allowed Foreign Nationals to Remain in U.S. as ‘Students’ Sentenced to 15 Months in Federal Prison

LOS ANGELES – The owner of four schools that enrolled hundreds of foreign nationals who fraudulently obtained immigration documents allowing them to remain in the United States as “students” – even though they rarely, if ever, attended classes – was sentenced today to 15 months in federal prison and ordered to forfeit more than $450,000.

FORMER PRESIDENT OF BUENA PARK SCHOOL BOARD SENTENCED TO COURT OFFER OF ONE YEAR IN JAIL FOR POSSESSING AND DISTRIBUTING OVER 600 PHOTOS AND VIDEOS OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

SANTA ANA, Calif. – The former president of the Buena Park School Board (BPSB) was sentenced to a court offer of one year in county jail and three years of formal probation for possessing and distributing over 600 photos and videos of child pornography, including prepubescent minors and infants. The People strongly objected to the court offer based on the nature and number of pornographic images.

San Diego Laboratory Agrees to Pay $2 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations Related to Unnecessary Breast Cancer Testing

Biotheranostics Inc. has agreed to pay $2 million to resolve allegations that it submitted and caused the submission of false claims to Medicare for Breast Cancer Index (BCI) tests that were not reasonable and necessary for the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, the Department of Justice announced today. Biotheranostics is a diagnostic laboratory testing company located in San Diego, California.

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