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Subject: AP Report details common scenario
in child-molestation cases.
Class-room setting is common ground
for perversity and obscene behavior.
Members of NACAC suspected in many cases.

U.S. Attorney John D.R. AtchisonSeung-Hui ChoWarren JeffsHomosexual teacher Matthew CoxNACACChester Arthur StilesSarah Bench-Salorio

NEWS, Commentary & Analysis
Are you tired of Chicago crime? Tired of Illinois corruption? Tired of Chicago's huge taxes? Tired of non-profit organizations that cozy up to specific legislators simply to receive more pork and special attention?

The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (a/k/a/ NASFAA), and an alphabet-related group called National Association for College Admission Counseling (a/k/a/ NACAC) boast what is believed to be the largest collective membership of teachers, financial-aid counselors, financial-aid admissions' counselors, universities, colleges, student-loan providers, student-loan underwriters, and student-loan originaters in the financial-aid industry.

In a nutshell, both of these groups represent persons and institutions that have significant influence as to what is marketed to students and parents, and they both have numerous affiliations with for-profit corporations, including the College Board, and its deceptive SAT-test money-making machine. Collectively, NASFAA and NACAC have each been granted tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service of the U.S. This tax exempt-status has not stopped either organization from engaging in controversial conduct, including making public statements about competitors to their members, and being associated with privileged federal informants who proslytize the virtues of Socialism, and policies beneficial to the personal purses of members of NACAC and NASFAA.

NASFAA is a non-profit association of institutions, colleges, universities, and individuals, agencies, and students who, according to literature produced by NASFAA, are "interested in promoting the effective administration of student financial aid." Virtually every college and university, and post-secondary institution, and every major student-loan provider, in the United States of America is a member of or some how associated with NASFAA and/or NACAC.

Sallie Mae Incorporated, f/k/a/ SLM Corporation, for example, is the largest student loan company in America. It has been under investigation for potentially illegal and aggressive tactics by the Attorney General of New York. It is conceivable that it may be the biggest fraudster too. Sallie Mae was also an instrumental participant, along with NASFAA, and NACAC, to influence the passage of the fraudulent College Scholarship Fraud Prevention Act of 2000; the Act was preceding by a carefully coordinated deceptive campaign being spearheaded by a federal informant sponsored by NASFAA that sought to portray legitimate sponsors of fee-based merit-based awards as unscrupolous based upon abstract unsubstantiated theories drafted by a corrupt student from Carnegie Mellon University while conveniently and deliberately ignoring the quantifiable fraud of Identity-theft and Student-loan fraud being committed by members of NASFAA and NACAC.

Aides to Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.), chairman of the Senate education committee, said they believed the Reston, Virginia-based lending giant tried to collect debts that were not owed, fired employees who attempted to help borrowers and intentionally sent payment notices to an incorrect address to force a borrower into default.

To further embellish its deceptive history, the company also sponsors a website called "College Answer". College Answer is the premier "Going-to-College" site on the Web, according to information posted on the website. It may be the premier "liar.&34 As of December 22nd, 2007, several months after the student-loan crisis was first reported, no where on this hypocritical website was it reported that students were being fleeced by student-loan providers, and one of the biggest fraud suspects was the site's sponsor, Sallie Mae.

NACAC is an alphabet-related organization that fosters cooperation with NASFAA on many endeavors. Members of NACAC also works with outfits like Salle Mae, and push the marketing agenda. Although NACAC may work primarily with counseling and enrollment professionals at the high-school level, members of the group also reputedly include a wide spectrum of teachers at various grade levels.

Criminal Element of NASFAA/NACAC Members

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