Ugh: Two NJ men admit operating bogus 9/11 charity

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January 6, 2014

Acting state Attorney General John Hoffman says Stafford Township resident Thomas Scalgione and Tinton Falls resident Mark Niemczyk Niemczyk entered their pleas Monday.

The men took a custom-painted pickup truck to public events, where they sold T-shirts featuring the logos of the New York City police and fire departments. But authorities say they never gave any of the more than $50,000 in proceeds to the victims’ families or to charities as promised.

via New Jersey men admit operating bogus Sept. 11 charity | Fox News.



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