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February 23, 1995 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Two former UCLA administrators were indicted Wednesday for allegedly embezzling more than $600,000 by duping the university into paying two employment agencies for work that was never performed. A federal grand jury indicted James G. Campbell, the former administrative officer of UCLA's radiology department, and Benny Chow, its former chief financial officer, on 59 counts, including conspiracy, fraud and money laundering.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1995 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Two former UCLA administrators were indicted Wednesday for allegedly embezzling more than $600,000 by duping the university into paying two employment agencies for work that was never performed. A federal grand jury indicted James G. Campbell, the former administrative officer of UCLA's radiology department, and Benny Chow, its former chief financial officer, on 59 counts, including conspiracy, fraud and money laundering.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1995 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Two former UCLA administrators were indicted Wednesday for allegedly embezzling more than $600,000 by duping the university into paying two employment agencies for work that was never performed. A federal grand jury indicted James G. Campbell, the former administrative officer of UCLA's radiology department, and Benny Chow, its former chief financial officer, on 59 counts, including conspiracy, fraud and money laundering. The indictment alleges that Campbell established the two employment agencies--Radiology Registry Agency Inc. and 21st Services Corp.
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May 26, 1994 | RALPH FRAMMOLINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
UCLA announced Wednesday that it will fire a top administrator in its department of radiological sciences for approving at least $1.2 million in "inappropriate" and excessive payments to temporary employment registries with which he had hidden business ties. Officials said an internal audit, which has been conducted with the FBI, revealed that James G.
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January 23, 1995 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
A two-year internal audit of spending by UCLA's department of radiological sciences has found that the university was duped into paying two employment agencies for temporary workers who could not have performed the jobs listed for them. Among other things, UCLA auditors found that the university was billed for specialized work supposedly completed by seven teen-agers, including a 13-year-old who was listed on pay sheets as a $26-an-hour radiological technical assistant. The audit, initiated by UCLA in October, 1992, and completed this month, also found that employment agencies listed spouses, siblings and children of UCLA employees as specialized workers and billed for their time--apparently without them knowing it. According to auditors, the agencies overbilled the university and diverted money to the employment agencies, filing false invoices and collecting for services that may never have been performed.
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