A former Edith Cowan University lecturer has been charged by the Corruption and Crime Commission with three counts of fraud and four of opening an account under a false name. CCC director of operations Nick Anticich said it is alleged that between 2000 and 2004 the former lecturer made out invoices for software development to Edith Cowan University with intent to defraud. He said it is also alleged the man opened accounts under a false name between 1992 and 2004. The 50 year old will appear in the Perth Magistrates Court today.The Commission had previously charged the man with two counts of giving false evidence. These charges are currently before the courts. The man resigned from his position at the university last year.
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