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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) This week's story on a charity scam linked to the Newtown, Connecticut, school shooting reviewed; details given about the Nashville-based 26.4.26 foundation from which 73 thousand dollars went missing and money controller Robbie Bruce disappeared; Bruce photo shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Drew Griffin) The message from attorney Jonathan Farmer, who says he represents Bruce, about the missing charity money, how the crime affects the victims of the Sandy Hook families discussed.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Griffin, Drew
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