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Disabled Veterans Charities / DVNF / Baucus Interview (Part VII) #1022617

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 23, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN investigation of a charity, the Disabled Veterans National Foundation, for disabled veterans from which no money has gone directly to veterans re-introduced. [With CNN reporter Drew Griffin, DVNF president Precilla WILKEWITZ - refuses to answer questions.] The supplies the DVNF has sent to veterans' groups listed. The role of fund-raising company Quadriga Arts as the money middle man reviewed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Montana Senator Max Baucus about the investigation of the DVNF. [BAUCUS - says he does not want contributors to be duped and DVNF seems to be a front and not legit; suggests he smells a rat with Quadriga Arts to whom the money goes.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Drew Griffin) The CNN investigation into the National Veterans Foundation {NVF} that found most of the charity money goes to the fund-raising organization Brickmill/Quadriga Art, not directly to the vets, discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A statement from the DVNF to requests from CNN quoted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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