Local Little League execs who were pillars of the community, along with 30 others are accused of being caught up in an elaborate prescription drug scheme.
This exposes what many of us already know, as mentioned by a Rutgers professor in the article.
“To a certain extent, with white-collar crimes, sometimes they are relatively successful people and they are in positions of trust,” Lore said. “They are given a lot of trust, which makes their crime not so easy to detect, and they, generally, have earned that position they are in through some type of hard work and success, and it sometimes makes them feel invincible.”
Four Little League coaches were involved in addition to the accused.
This is a case of very ordinary people, involved in community affairs, who abused that trust and went very far from the baseball diamond to carry out their scheme. This is a good read…