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No arrests yet from probe into SEA leak
Investigations are continuing into the alleged leak of the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination results on July 4. Several police officials yesterday confirmed to the T&T Guardian that the investigation was still active, but did not say what had been discovered so far.
The Cyber Crimes Unit and the Fraud Squad were brought in to investigate the reported leak when the SEA 2012 results were posted online the day before the official release date of July 5. Although the Ministry of Education denied the leak, the results released on July 5 mirrored the results released to school principals, parents and students via the official school list and student slips. Although several employees of the ministry have since been questioned over the incident, no one has been arrested or charged.
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