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Charity Scams / Newtown and Nashville (Part I) #1059248

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 13, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Nashville: Drew Griffin) Charity fraud taking advantage of the victims of the Newtown, Connecticut, school shooting discussed; details given about the Nashville-based 26.4.26 Foundation that raised 30 thousand dollars and then kept going with that money {73 thousand dollars} missing and money controller Robbie Bruce†, who has disappeared. [Foundation co-founder Ryan GRANEY†- apologizes; comments on her relationship with the Vickie Soto family.] Pictures of Bruce shown. The nature of the 26.4.26 Foundation and how the family of Victoria Soto has been victimized by scammers using her name discussed.
Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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