I've got some friends who I know cheated in H.S. and college, who may well have been among the federal prosecutors who put your buddy in prison. My point isn't to defend cheating -- I am sure these fellows would be the first to admit that they were wrong to cheat way back when -- but the suggestion that it's a prelude to a life of crime makes "Reefer Madness" seem like understated argument.
In a message dated 2/20/2003 7:55:42 PM Eastern Standard Time, [log in to unmask] writes:
> There is nothing amusing about this, it is outrageous! Cheating is very
> serious. During a high school chemistry exam I discovered the guy sitting
> next to me was looking over my shoulder at my exam book. Quickly I blocked
> his view. The last I heard of him he was in federal prison for
> Bob Summers