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CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 24, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN's reporting on the Disabled Veterans National Foundation {DVNF} from which little of the donations go to help disabled vets and about fund-raiser Quadriga Art introduced. [September 2010, CNN's Drew GRIFFIN - asks for an interview with DVNF.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Drew Griffin) The various investigations into the charity organizations for veterans, how the DVNF piggybacked on the identity of a previous veterans charity {DVLMF} and the overall problem of money donated to charities not going to the recipients but to increasong mailing lists discussed. [Direct marketing expert Roger CRAVER†- talks about the ethics and problems of charity donations.] Video from Quadriga Art CEO Mark Schulof defending the private company shown.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Drew, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:07:40

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