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Student Group Hosts ‘All the Queen’s Horses’ Viewing and Discussion

Belmont’s Center for Public Trust (CPT) Student Chapter recently hosted a program for students to view video clips from “All the Queen’s Horses,” a documentary about the largest municipal fraud case in U.S. history. In the film, a trusted Dixon, Illinois city employee embezzles $53 million to support her passion for showing world class Quarter horses–a crime that went undetected for 20 years.

The Center for Public TrustModerator Alfonzo Alexander, president of the national CPT, first posed ethical and legal questions to a panel composed of Belmont student West Bielstein, CPT student chapter president, Dr. Tommy Wooten, Belmont professor of accounting and Clyde Ingalls, retired banker and charter member of the Kennedy Center of Business Ethics Board. Afterwards, Alexander fielded questions from the student audience.

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