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Feds say Moses siphoned nonprofit money for cruise, guns and Knicks tickets (access required)

Federal authorities say the former chairman of the Rochester Housing Authority used funds meant for a neighborhood nonprofit organization to take a cruise, buy guns and purchase tickets to a New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden. The allegations are contained in a third superseding indictment against George H. Moses that was announced late Thursday ...
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