Grade-Changing Graduate Caught in the Act

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Martin Sedigh receives an F in execution. The 24-year-old financial analyst for Merrill Lynch broke into American University in an attempt to change the grades he received while in school, reports Washington City Paper. If that failed attempt is any reflection of his official grades, it's no wonder he broke in with such flawed desperation.

A D.C. Superior Court judge handed him a suspended sentence and six months of supervised probation, probably figuring Sedigh would suffer enough punishment being remembered as that guy who tried to change his grades three years after graduation. He, however, thinks he can avoid a "paper trail" from following him throughout the rest of his career.

Sorry, Mr. Sedigh, but you just made this one. --Jackie Mantey