Cheaters never prosper..
but they do end up on teh interwebs.
* JetBlue pilot Michael Boosin, a former Long Islander who purchased a bachelor’s degree for $586.
* Joseph Little, a Weehawken, NJ, school administrator who paid $1,281 for a Ph.D.
* Long Islander Lori Kanter, who gives seminars to health care professionals and whose employer identifies her as a Ph.D. That degree and an master of science cost $2,555.
* Anthony McGugan, of Barnegat, NJ, who purports to be a minister and scooped up 16 degrees for $24,088.
* Socrates Caba of The Bronx, who paid $635 for a bachelor of arts before being hired as coordinator of the Bronx HIV Care Network at Montefiore Medical Center.
“No reasonable person would believe that the college degrees – especially the bachelor of arts, the bachelor of science, the Ph.D.s – were legitimate,” said Jack Zurlini, Washington state assistant attorney general. He said no course work was required for a college degree.