New York State's descent into Leftwing hell continues.
They are hemorrhaging money, crime is surging in NYC, and now the state's Attorney General, Leticia James, wants to dismantle the largest 2nd Amendment advocate in the country.
From our friends at Fox News:
The lawsuit, filed Thursday in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, alleges that the NRA “diverted millions of dollars away from its charitable mission for personal use by senior leadership.” She further slammed the association for what she called “years of self-dealing and illegal conduct that violate New York’s charities laws and undermine its own mission.”
The 166-page lawsuit names four NRA executives, including CEO Wayne LaPierre, as defendants.
“Contrary to his statutory duties of care, loyalty and obedience to the mission of the charity, LaPierre has undertaken a series of actions to consolidate his position; to exploit that position for his personal benefit and that of his family; to continue, by use of a secret “poison pill contract,” his employment even after removal and ensuring NRA income for life; and to intimidate, punish, and expel anyone at a senior level who raised concerns about his conduct,” the attorney general's lawsuit states.
James' office teased what it said would be a “major announcement” in an email sent out Tuesday night.
James said the actions of the accused quartet “contributed to the loss of more than $64 million in just three years for the NRA.”
While the lawsuit accuses all four men of wrongdoing and seeks fines and remuneration, none of them have been charged with a crime."