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Charity Fraud / Disabled Veterans National Foundation and Quadriga Arts #1067838

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 30, 2014
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(Studio: John Berman) The investigation of charitable donations to groups like the Disabled Veterans National Foundation claiming to help military veterans reviewed; scenes shown from 2010 and 2012 of Drew Griffin's reports in several states.

(Atlanta: Drew Griffin) The settlement instigated by the New York attorney general's office for deceptive charitable fund raising with Quadriga Art, which has agreed to pay huge fines, examined. [Attorney general Eric SCHNEIDERMAN†- comments on Quadriga's stories and how they used the charity and controlled the funds of the veterans' charity DVNF; comments on the abuses: falsifications.] How Quadriga Art and DVNF are still in business discussed.

Berman, John;
Griffin, Drew

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