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For-Profit CEO Charged With Failing to Report Criminal Past

For-Profit CEO Charged With Failing to Report Criminal Past
October 21, 2013

Ernesto Perez, the CEO of Dade Medical College, a Florida for-profit institution, has been charged with perjury and filing false information for failing on various records to indicate that he has a criminal past, The Miami Herald reported. Perez was asked about his background on forms he filled out when he was appointed to the Florida Commission on Independent Education, which oversees for-profit colleges in the state. Perez pleaded no contest, after a 1990 arrest, to misdemeanor charges of battery and exposing his genitals to a child. The Herald said that the victim was a 15-year-old fan of the heavy metal band in which Perez was then playing. Perez told the Herald that any forms that were not filled out completely were simply the result of an "honest mistake."

 

 

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