Victim of a victimless crime

Joe Monaco, a spokesman for the University of Kansas, said in a statement: “Earlier today, we learned that the University of Kansas is named as a victim in a federal indictment. The indictment does not suggest any wrongdoing by the university, its coaches or its staff. We will cooperate fully with investigators in this matter.”

Considering that Kansas just played in the Final Four with a player alleged to have received a payment, that’s some victimhood thing you got going there, Joe.  Er’rybody got paid!

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One response to “Victim of a victimless crime

  1. AusDawg85

    Does cheating and not winning count as a crime?

    Does cheating, getting caught, and not winning count as a crime?

    Does cheating, getting caught, not getting punished and not winning count as a crime?

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