Kwame trial: Man from India farming village caught up in Detroit pay-to-play scandal
Avinash Rachmale says his "American dream" crossed paths with American greed. He began life in a simple farming village of about 1,000 residents.
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#1 Nov 16, 2012
The defense points out that Mr. Avanish made about $157M after learning how to play ball. What the hell is "implied" coercion he asks.
The value of these witnesses depends upon your orientation. If you think this is business as usual in the grown up world, there may not have been a crime. The suspense will continue until the end. The wheels of justice move very slowly. We can see why when they take all of next week off after a two week break ending Tuesday of this week. Then Christmas will be coming. Will they take time off to shop?
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