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Ex-Yale administrator stole $40M (€36M) in a decade-long purchase fraud scheme

By Alisha Houlihan for AMLi

A former administrator at Yale University School of Medicine, in the United States, has pleaded guilty to stealing $40M (€36M) from the school over a nearly decade-long fraud involving computer and electronics purchases.

Upon sentencing in June, she faces up to 30 years in prison for wire fraud and filing false tax returns. She is currently free on a $1M (€896K) bond.

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