Though it ticks off detailed examples of wrongdoing, the New York lawsuit claiming donors to the National Rifle Association have been ripped off for years is likely to be settled without the gun-rights group being forced to dissolve, legal experts said.
In a sweeping 164-page complaint on Thursday, New York Attorney General Letitia James said the NRA must be disbanded because of the "breadth and depth” of the frauds carried out by four current and former officials accused of squandering the nonprofit’s cash on corrupt personal expenses.
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