The National Rifle Association admits that it is aware of ‘significant diversion of its assets’ in a filing, reports CNN. The organization’s current president has “paid back almost $300,000 plus interest” in a further admission that the NRA’s current leadership is just as sticky-fingered as earlier ones.
CNN obtained the NRA’s 990 tax return, which is meant for organizations that are exempt from income tax … The form names eight current and ex NRA executives who it believes received “excess benefits,” including its current executive vice president and CEO, Wayne LaPierre. Much of the disputed expenses involve travel and personal expenses, and the NRA states in the filing that it is reviewing whether board members “may have used first class or business class travel without authorization required under the NRA’s travel policy.”
Exposure of NRA’s brazen corruption is like Sandy Hook: what people think will happen is the exact opposite of what will ……
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