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Re: Lawyer Falls For Nigerian Inheritance Scam, Gets Suspended
said by jaykaykay:From the Des Moines Register, one of the "Ten most influential black Iowans" is his dad:
With such naivety, how in the name of anyone get his degree?
Robert A. Wright Sr.
Robert A. Wright Sr. was born in 1925, a native of Des Moines' impoverished Southeast Bottoms. He graduated from the University of Iowa in 1949, where he was a football standout, and from Drake University law school in 1954. He achieved his law degree while serving as a Des Moines police officer and became a respected attorney.
Wright's greatest contribution to Iowa has been as a civil-rights activist and longtime leader of the State Conference of NAACP Branches. The first Iowan to serve on the NAACP's national board of directors, Wright has participated in hundreds of civil-rights cases across Iowa for half a century and is known as "Mr. Civil Rights."
That probably helped smooth his way.
Patriotism is not waving a flag, it is living the ideals
I want to retire to the Isle of Sodor and ride the trains.
Life is just better when Jeter is in the lineup.