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Charity / Veterans and Animals / SPCA International (Part III) #1024470

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 15, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A look at a charity that claims to help abandoned animals with the money actually mostly going to the find-raising company Quadriga Art introduced. [On HLN in March, 2011, Terry CRISP - talks about the dogs.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Drew Griffin) What actually happened to service dogs donated to SPCA International, how Crist is unavailable for CNN, the claims they are serving military members' dogs and cats with the 26,000,000 dollars, Crisp's pleas for donations during Hurricane Katrina donated and the settlement agreement she agreed to in California discussed. [October 11, 2011, CRISP - says SPCA international is supporting military personnel and their animals.] [Guidestar president Bob OTTENHOFF†- talks about the money, the sources of the revenues and the SPCS organization.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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