The criminal jury trail of Susan Su, founder of the Tri Valley University in California that harboured thousands of Indian students, entered a crucial phase on Wednesday with closing statements by both the plaintiff and defence lawyers. The school had 1,760 students out of which 98 percent were Indians and was closed by federal agents on January 19, 2011 calling it a 'sham university’. The school opened in 2008 and in 2009 started enrolling foreign students. The jury trial, which started ... Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
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