The enormous cancer fraud case that banned James Reynolds from fundraising and made him pay $76M still has him walking free; one Arizona cancer center is part of the joint action.
"Two sham cancer charities agreed to dissolve and pay an almost $76 million judgement, it was announced Thursday.
"Cancer Fund of America Inc., Cancer Support Services Inc. and their leader, James Reynolds, Sr., agreed to settle charges of spending millions in nationwide donations meant for cancer patients on six-figure salaries and luxury vacations.
"In one of the largest charity fraud cases ever, the Federal Trade Commission said the various sham charities collected $187 million for cancer patients from donations from people in all 50 states."--Corbin Carson, KTAR