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A Closer Look (Katrina & Charity) #802336

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 07, 2005
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A closer look at charities after Hurricane Katrina introduced.

(Studio: Brian Ross) Internet fraud linked to Katrina examined; scenes shown from the fake Internet Websites. [Websense, Inc. Dan HUBBARD†- says the scammers sent e-mails to millions.] [American Red Cross general counsel Mary ELCANO†- calls it outrageous.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The helping hands for Katrina's victims reviewed; scenes shown from Phoenix, Bethesda, Maryland, New Mexico & New York City of lines of people dropping off items & of donated stuff. [American Red Cross in New Mexico Kathy KOMOLL†- says we need a respite from donations!] [In San Diego, lemonade stand GIRL - cites donations she received.]

Gibson, Charles;
Ross, Brian

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