Military Headline News: Another Vet Charity Under Cloud, “War Hero” Going to Jail


Rick Rogers – Military Headline News.




How much do you really know about your favorite non-profit?

A so-called veterans charity is accused of fronting a $300 million gambling operation.

Dozens are charged with racketeering and money laundering in the case. The Florida-based charity Allied Veterans of the World is at the center of the probe.

This isn’t the first case like this. In 2012 police charged a man for with running a veterans charity scam that swindled an estimated $100 million.

A self-proclaimed war hero will spend the next year cooling his heels in prison.

Danny Crane conned the Veterans Administration out of free medical care and one organization out of a trip to Hawaii.

He did it by posing as a decorated Iraq war veteran. When in fact is he spent mere months in the military and never deployed.

A draft U.N. report on U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan says they violated that country’s sovereignty.

We’ll learn more when the official report comes out this fall.



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Rick Rogers is a defense reporter based in San Diego.