Should the children of those being found guilty of bribery in the college admissions scandal, be punished in any way?

MrShaun
What is your opinion of the recent bribery / admissions testing scandal? Specifically, should the students, that are indirectly involved, face any kind of negative ramifications?
Should the children of those being found guilty of bribery in the college admissions scandal, be punished in any way?
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7 mo
However these children (students) are now in universities that they otherwise wouldn't have gotten into.
7 mo
So the argument for punishing the student (s) is pretty clear. However, consider this: The student (s) were in no way responsible for altering the results -- at least that anyone can show. They've now entered the university, paid tuition and done the work being asked of them. In return, they've already received certain grades.

Would it be ethically possible, let alone contractually legal, to revoke such work and grades based upon the parent (s) actions?
Should the children of those being found guilty of bribery in the college admissions scandal, be punished in any way?
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