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Question #13608 posted on 04/13/2005 3:01 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I was listening to an old talk given by Elder Holland while still BYU President. It is entitled, "A Robe, A Ring, A Fatted Calf". He makes mention to a prank, or as he puts it, "felonies and falsifying of government documents" that happened involving a group of students in Hinckley Hall, probably occurring sometime in April of 1982. He mentions that it made the press and that those involved had to go through criminal charges. What was it that happened exactly? If you can't post it, could you email me with any information? Thanks.


GE (not General Ed.)

A: Dear GE,

It took a lot of digging. Good grief. It was exactly what Holland said it was, falsifying of government documents. Or more specifically, the manufacturing of fake id's.

You owe me.

-CGNU Grad