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CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 06, 2013
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(Studio: Jake Tapper) Report from August 9, 2012, introduced.

(California: Drew Griffin) The California investigation into the Help Hospitalized Veterans veterans charity that has raised millions with most of the money going to staff examined; details given about the scam aspects, the salary and benefits for president Mike Lynch and other executives and fund-raising costs. [Special assistant to California A.G. Brian NELSON†- calls it a shell game.] [Representative Henry WAXMAN - calls what they are doing "terrible" for preying on well-meaning Americans.] [In his office suite, LYNCH - evades CNN questions; reads a statement about the allegations against HHV.]

(Studio: Jake Tapper; studio: Drew Griffin) The settlement between Help Hospitalized Veterans and the state with Lynch getting a retirement salary discussed.

Tapper, Jake;
Griffin, Drew

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