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NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 07, 2020
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And also in court today, the harshest punishment yet in the college admissions cheating scandal. A former CEO sentenced to nine months in prison. NBC's Gabe Gutierrez with what it could mean for Lori Loughlin as she faces trial. Douglas Hodge walked into a federal courthouse in Boston today after admitting to paying a total of $850,000 in bribes, to get four of his children into USC and Georgetown as fake athletic recruits. A judge ordered him to spend nine months in prison and pay a $750,000 fi...
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