• An ex-education adviser to former President Barack Obama has plead guilty to wire fraud, the New York Post reported Saturday.
  • The guilty plea was in regard to an alleged scheme to take $218,000 from a group of charter schools the man founded in New York City.
  • “Seth Andrew, 43, a former White House advisor, admitted today to devising a scheme to steal from the very same schools he helped create. Andrew now faces time in federal prison for abusing his position and robbing those he promised to help,” U.S. Attorney Damian Williams explained in a statement Friday.
  • The United States Attorney’s Office Southern District of New York press release said Andrew pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years behind bars.

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