Monday, February 11

Charity scam figure set for release from federal custody

The NonProfit Times posted a detailed story today on John G. Bennett Jr.'s pending release from federal custody:

According to the U.S. Bureau of Prisons, he will be set free from a halfway house in Philadelphia on March 5. He was sent there this past Sept. 11 after serving nearly 10 years at the Fort Dix Federal Correctional Institute in New Jersey.
Go here to read more details about Bennett's role in what I think was one of the biggest charity scams of all-time.

1 comment:

Pigtown-Design said...

if he's been in a halfway house, then he's likely already out working in the community. after he's released from the halfway house it means he can go back to living at home.