Chris Fuss court case article
"MONEY taken from an Adelaide university in an alleged multimillion-dollar crime was used to bail out the 36ers basketball club and buy a star player, a court has heard.
It is alleged that $50,000 from the alleged $27 million theft by former Flinders University employee Christopher Fuss, a former member of a corporate supporters' group that rescued the financially ailing 36ers, was used to prop up the club and that a further $160,000 was used to help sucure the services of a high-profile player.
The player's name has not been revealed in court.
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