Get ready for college admissions scandals phase II, and maybe III, IV and V.

The reason I think so? Because of the way it was discovered.

Prosecutors didn’t break up the ring of bribing college coaches and exam proctors by using vast computing power, databases and algorithms, but by interviewing somebody. According to multiple reports,

Investigations cost money. The harder it is to find facts, the more you have to spend to figure out what’s going on. Is that why the fight against overseas bribery may be reaching a plateau?

I have long believed that most corruption cases prosecuted by the U.S. government are slam dunks that are comparatively cheap