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A former chief and two other officials with the Saulteaux First Nation were sentenced Friday to two years of house arrest for plundering $1 million of their own band funds.
The trio also signed cheques for another $1.8 million to friends and relatives in excessive of their legitimate wages.
"I'm very sorry, but I only have my Grade 8 and I didn't understand what I did was wrong. Now I know there are some things I should not do," [Archie Moccasin, former band trustee] said.
Oh yeah, I forgot. Basic morality isn't taught until Grade 9.