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Father admits on admissions scandal wiretap: 'I'm not worried about the moral issue'

LOS ANGELES - Gordon Caplan had a problem. Last year his teenage daughter was slogging her way through a series of practice ACTs. But her scores were unlikely to get her to where he believed she should be: a high school senior with a clutch of acceptance letters.

She needed a higher score.

Caplan, a high-powered lawyer from Greenwich, Conn., and his wife began talking with William "Rick" Singer, the admitted mastermind of the college admissions scandal that continues to dominate a national conversation about privilege and parenting

According to transcripts of wiretapped conversations that were released by federal prosecutors when charges against 50 people - including Singer and Caplan - were announced, Caplan was concerned

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