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Disabled Veterans Charity / DVNF (Part V) #1022116

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 16, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN investigation into a charity, the Disabled Veterans National Foundation, for disabled veterans from which no money has gone directly to veterans re-introduced. [Birmingham veterans center J.D. SIMPSON - lists what DVNF sent to veterans.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Sacramento: Drew Griffin) What the DVNF said about the money that seems to be going to a private fund-raising organization named Quadriga Art discussed. [In interview, DVNF vice president Valerie CONLEY†- says you need to talk to the Washington office about the 56 million dollars in funds, we have done nothing illegal and money does go to the veterans; defends their fund-raising strategy.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin; Sacramento: Drew Griffin) The law regulating charities that raise money to support themselves and how Quadriga is making profits off this enterprise discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew;
Jeffrey, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:13:20

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