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Former A&M Adminstrator Fined for Lying

Former A&M Sr. VP of Administration Alexander Kemos

A former top administrator at Texas A&M University was back in town to make a court appearance.

50 year old Alexander Kemos, who moved to Maine according to court records, pleaded guilty to lying on his resume.

County Court at Law Judge Amanda Matzke ordered Kemos to pay a $2,000 dollar fine, the maximum for the misdemeanor offense.

Kemos also faced up to six months in jail but no time was ordered by the judge.

The former Senior Vice President of Administration was convicted of claiming to hold graduate degrees he didn’t have and being a member of the Navy’s SEAL program when he wasn’t.

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Posted by on Nov 10 2010. Filed under News.
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