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Charity / Veterans and Animals / SPCA International #1026441

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 12, 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 re-introduced. [On CBSNews in November, 2011, Terry CRISP - talks about the dogs.] [On Cnn, November 2005, Noah's Wish's CRISP - shows a dog rescued from Hurricane Katrina.] {Note: see Jun 15, 2012, story.}

(No location given: Drew Griffin) What actually happened to service dogs donated to SPCA International featured; details given about 26 million in donations with most going to Quadriga Art. [On HLN, March 2011, CRISP - says SPCA international is supporting the military animals.] [With Griffin asking, CRISP - refuses to answer questions about "Baghdad Pups"; states this is not the time and place for an interview; reiterates she is an employee of SPCA International and can't answer questions.] [Guidestar president Bob OTTENHOFF†- talks about the money, the sources of the revenues and the SPCA organization.] Crisp's link in 2005 to dogs from Hurricane Katrina that led to Crisp being banned from charities for five years recalled. [In shadow, Noah's Wish BOOKKEEPER - talks about the money sent in to Noah's Wish.] The legal review of Crisp's action discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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