CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 25, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Drew Griffin) The Senate investigations into the charity organizations for veterans, including asking Quadriga Art for its link the vet charity that has given almost all of the donations to Quadriga discussed; Senate request and Quadriga statements quoted; details given about charities in debt to Quadriga Art.
(Thoreru, New Mexico: Drew Griffin) The story of the Saint Bonaventure Indian school and mission for Navajo children run by the Catholic Church and its link to Quadriga presented; scenes shown from Thoreru, New Mexico; details given about Quadriga's fund-raising charges that put the school/mission into debt. [Catholic Diocese of Gallup attorney James MASON- comments on the Quadriga company problem.] Statements from Quadriga and the mission about the role of its relationship with Quadriga quoted. [Help the Children CEO Roger PRESGROVE - comments on the debt racked up from Quadriga that led to pulling the plug on the deal.] [Direct marketing expert Roger CRAVER- suggests it could be fraud.] Statement from Quadriga accusing CNN of interviewing Presgrove while he was under the influence after an operation and Presgrove's changed view of the CNN interview quoted. The Presgrove CNN interview discussed.
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