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National Children’s Leukemia Foundation is a Fraud

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IT IS bad enough to defraud people.

It is downright evil to defraud by taking advantage of others’ goodness, which is what fake charities do.

Daily Mail reports, July 22, 2015, that the New York Attorney General has shut down the National Children’s Leukemia Foundation, after an investigation revealed the crooked founder, Zvi “Steve” Shor [a Jew — Ed.], had been pocketing nearly $1 million a year while only spending 1% of donations on children with leukemia.

The organization has also been accused of faking audit reports, when no audits were conducted.

Shor started the charity in 1991, following the death of his son from leukemia. He then continued to run the charity from his basement in Brooklyn, New York, amassing $13 million in donations between April 2009 and March 2013. 

During this period, Shor was also paying himself a $600,000 salary while sending an additional $655,000 “for research purposes” to a shell organization in Israel run by his sister.

Shor ran the organization as president until 2010, when he was replaced by accountant and auditor Yehuda Gutwein when it was revealed that Shor had been convicted of bank fraud in 1999.

In addition to Shor, the other individuals named in the suit include Gutwein, Shor’s son Shlomo Shor, and Shlomo Donn.

Read more here.

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Source: Fellowship of the Minds

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