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Kid Finders out of money as missing children’s non-profits struggle to survive in Florida

July 22, 2009

There was an article in the Orlando Sentinel today titled “Hope, help, fade for the missing.” written by Amy L Edwards, staff writer.  The purpose of the article was to bring attention to the many many non-profit organizations working to find the missing. (nearly 47,000 children reported missing in Florida  just last year.  Can you believe that?  Wow.)  This was a really good and informative piece–until it turned into an ad for Kid Finders and The Caylee Marie Anthony Foundation.  (No, I’m not kidding.)

The writer started the article with the news of the recent disbanding of, Child Protection Education of America, a non-profit started 20 years ago by the mother of Tiffany Sessions, a 2o year old that disappeared from the University of Florida.  It closed down due to lack of funds. It joined another long-standing nonprofit, Missing Children Center, who also recently closed their doors.

“It’s heartbreaking I couldn’t keep the charity alive,” Hilary Sessions said. “It’s disheartening that we are not going to be able to help all of these families who really depended upon us.”

The article goes on to say that there are legit and some not-so legit organizations claiming to help search for missing children.  The Association of Missing and Exploited Children’s Organizations–made up of nonprofits in the US and Canada who provide help to these children’s families with various services has strict requirements before an organization can become a member.  It was a shocker to me that there are only TWO Florida nonprofits among their members: A Child is Missing and the Jimmy Ryce Center for Victims of Predatory Abduction.  TWO out of an unknown  (I suspect, large)  number of groups claiming to exist only to serve the needs of families of missing and exploited children.  (How many of these organizations are there in Florida–anybody know or want to venture a guess?)

Apparently, one of the basic problems with the non-profits is that any Tom Dick or Harry can start one.  There are no job requirements, and because of that many–even the well-intentioned ones–don’t have the business knowledge necessary to run a successful nonprofit.

“They’ll set up a foundation …, and the money is generally wasted,”  said Sherry Friedlander, executive director of  the successful, A Child Is Missing.

AND THEN THE AD BEGAN: (I had an uneasy feeling as to where this whole thing was going when Kid Finders and Texas EquuSearch were mentioned in the same sentence early on in the article)

Sherri and Dennis Milstead, founders of Kid Finders Network, learned it first-hand. After the Milsteads volunteered in Caylee’s case and featured her photo on their mobile billboard, the couple received harsh criticism.

“We took such a beating from the case in Orlando, it really put a hurting on us,” Sherri Milstead said. “We’re still being trashed over it.”

Today the Milsteads’ billboards are parked. Kid Finders, she said, doesn’t have any money.

Several months after Caylee was reported missing, her family organized a foundation in her name.

Caylee’s grandparents, George and Cindy Anthony,  said they launched their nonprofit to help families understand their rights and provide them with information on the resources available to them.

“We basically had to figure out on our own what to do,” the Anthonys said via an e-mailed statement. “There is so much going on that they do not know what to do or who to trust. We had no idea what community resources were available to us, or what our rights were.”

The Anthonys’ goal is to help families get emotional, financial and spiritual help.

Ugh. I think I’m going to go throw up now.

You can read the article here:

Orlando Sentinel LINK

The author of this article, Amy L. Edwards,  can be reached at aledwards@orlandosentinel.com or 407-420-5735.

47 Comments leave one →
  1. Diana permalink
    July 22, 2009 9:09 am

    OMG. They say: There is so much going on and who to trust. Um……..how about Law enforcement? What would they have to gain by decieving parents of a lost child? If you have nothing to hide……….you go to the police.

  2. July 22, 2009 9:16 am

    How do you help give “emotional, financial and spiritual” help to victims of missing children with a $30,000 bass fishing boat and an ATV. Plus, Caylee was never missing, she was dead, murdered at the hands of her mother. The statement that most often the money is wasted is so true in this case. Are the boat and the ATV also parked along with the billboards. Maybe if they need gas for the boat, they can break into George’s shed. We know he keeps some there.

  3. Spacely permalink
    July 22, 2009 9:17 am

    Perhaps KidFinders is out of money because they transferred all of their funds into the Caylee Marie Anthony Foundation?!?!?!

    Or perhaps paying Dennis Milstead $30k to build a boat in his garage broke their bank?

    Or maybe, just maybe, all the money that they collected to help find Caylee has been used to pay the invoices to Dennis Milstead’s for-profit sign company…

    And how much will they collect from donations from an unwary public due to this latest articletisement?

  4. Diana permalink
    July 22, 2009 9:30 am

    Exactly Muesli*
    Sell the boat that has not found one missing child. We need to email the writer of this article and give her a heads-up on what the public knows about this scam, and how infuriating it is for the Anthonys to beg for money when they are both able bodied but refuse to go to work.

  5. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 9:39 am

    Diana–wasn’t that a telling statement????? You are so right. You trust the police and you don’t skew the truth.

  6. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 9:40 am

    Muesli–Couldn’t have said that better myself! LOL. As far as I can tell, that damnable boat hasn’t even found a fish yet. Why not sell it and use the money to actually help somebody!

  7. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 9:44 am

    Spacely–

    That’s the part that makes me furious. If the person writing that article had bothered to do a little research, she would have known she was being duped in this article and Kid Finders and Caylee Marie Anthony Foundation could have been exposed. She wouldn’t have had to look very deep for Pete’s sake!

    I just left you a question on the previous blog about Baez.

  8. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 9:45 am

    Diana–

    Dat’s why I put the email and phone # at the bottom of this post!

  9. July 22, 2009 9:54 am

    Here is the email I sent to Amy Edwards of the Sentinel:

    Dear Ms.Edwards,

    Your article was informative to a point. I have an issue with the reference to the Anthony’s and KidFinders. You quoted that many times the monies from these organizations is wasted. Perhaps you could have used a case in point, i.e., a $30,000 bass fishing boat to help locate missing children. Obviously, with a boat you would be looking for a dead child. Remember when Cindy Anthony orally beat up on Tim Miller of Equsearch because he was looking for a dead Caylee. Well, what do these inexperienced people think they are doing with a boat. I am offended that you would give credence to KidFinders so that the uninformed would send money to them. They have never found a missing child, and I haven’t heard of them ever even looking for one (other than having George Anthony drive around like a fool pulling a billboard,which Denis Milstead sold from his company.

    Thanks for reading my email. I am always reading, searching for some well-researched reporting.

    Please note that my last comment about well-researched reporting, I was being facetious.

  10. MAND permalink
    July 22, 2009 10:08 am

    Mystery…what rock has Amy Edwards been living under?? She is a staff writer…she might try reading some of the articles her paper has written on Kid Finders and the Milsteads…better yet she should think of changing careers…maybe writing fiction is more her ilk…

    I agree SELL THE DAMM BOAT AND ATV if they are hurting for money…
    I DON’T BELIEVE A WORD THEY SAY???????

  11. Diana permalink
    July 22, 2009 10:46 am

    Dear Diana,

    Thank you for reading and taking the time to e-mail.

    If there is something factually inaccurate with the article, please point that out to me. The Anthonys do have a foundation – its documents are public record.

    Thank you.

    Amy Edwards

  12. Molly permalink
    July 22, 2009 11:45 am

    Maybe instead of everyone starting their own “not for profit” organizations, they could better use their resources partnering up with an already existing, upstanding, acclaimed organization. Offering a billboard & flyers could be added to any existing org or add another facet to it. Same goes for “emotional” support.

    I think anyone suddenly having a missing child is not going to go to the anthony’s for legal advise about their rights. Like what was stated above, “who to trust”? You trust LE, FBI, and the organizations that offer to help you. You can ask LE or research “resources” to help you, or have a friend or family member help you reach out.
    We all know why the anthony’s couldn’t trust anyone.

    Mystery – lol! that boat hasn’t even found a fish! love it! 🙂

  13. ostella permalink
    July 22, 2009 11:55 am

    I wonder if Amy Edwards is really Michelle Bart in Disguise?! 🙂 She’s not JUST a radio personality, a spokesperson for Kidfinders, a boardmember of the CMA Fraudation, an interpretive dance master, a Ritz-Carlton food critic- NAY, she is ALSO an Orlando Sentinel reporter. She has to go by alias cuz the radio show didn’t work out too well, and she knows nobody likey michelle. And o yeah, kidfinders is legit and stuff, so send em a check…..

  14. chuck permalink
    July 22, 2009 12:16 pm

    The Anthonys goals are as follows: Is to keep fooling the people and making money off of people to beifit THEMSELVES!!!!!!!!!!…The Anthonys are a bunch of ****** liars and only care about fooling people to get their murdering daughter out of jail and to make enough money, so they dont have to work again…I would give them a BIG FAT 0…

  15. mikka permalink
    July 22, 2009 12:30 pm

    of course the kidfinders have no money no more,she take all the donation money for herself for pay rent and ………… and by the anthonys its the same she use the donation money for herself!i hope people dont send NO more money to them!!!!

  16. linda from jersey permalink
    July 22, 2009 12:56 pm

    Truly amazing, sometimes it seems to me that the entire State of Florida is in cahots with the grifting Anthony’s. I would love to know where to access a print out of where the collected funds for the Anthony Foundation have gone. I bet it’s on office space (Hopespring Drive) electric, cable, maintenance for office space. (Hopespring Drive)
    Slaries for foundation.. (Occupants of Hopespring Drive). What a couple. anyone who would reccommend this as a legitimate foundation is just plain stupid..

    Ms. Edwards would do well to do some investgative journalism in exposing this to rocket her career from the doldrums.

  17. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 12:59 pm

    Muesli–great email to the author of that article. Maybe you’ll spark her interest in delving a little deeper into those two organizations. You can also comment on the actual post on the Sentinel website.

  18. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 1:01 pm

    Mand–I’m not sure she was all that interested in exposing the Anthonys and the Milsteads. It was to her benefit to have these two high-profile orgs. quoted in her article, though. More readers.

  19. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 1:05 pm

    Diana–

    Hmmmmm. I don’t think she gets it, do you? No one was questioning whether or not they have an actual organization–we’re questioning the purpose of that org. and whether or not it’s beneficial to donate money to it. Probably a waste of time to try and “educate” Ms. Edwards if she thinks that’s what we’re upset about.

  20. Diana permalink
    July 22, 2009 1:09 pm

    Yes Mystery*
    I never questioned that at all in my email to her. I responded to this one as well, but have not recieved a reply. I was angry, but truthful. We will see.

  21. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 1:09 pm

    Molly

    That is such a good point. Why do people like the Anthonys and Haleigh Cummings’ mother feel they have to start their own organizations if they sincerely want to help. Lend their names to already established, professionally run non-profits. Just because you lose a child does not qualify you to be the director of a missing children’s foundation.

  22. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 1:10 pm

    ostella–I wonder!!! LOL

  23. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 1:12 pm

    Hi Chuck–S’been a while. I’m with you, none of my $$$$ are going to line the A’s pockets or any other organization’s pockets that can’t be proven to be legit.

  24. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 1:13 pm

    mikka–

    I agree with you. If you want to help, please, donate your money to groups that are actually working to find missing children, like Texas Equusearch.

  25. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 1:15 pm

    linda–I’m sure we will never see any accounting from the Caylee Marie Anthony Foundation or Kid Finders. Not in a million years. Somebody should do a real investigative piece on both the Milsteads and the Anthonys. Not sure Ms. Edwards is the one to do it, though.

  26. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 1:17 pm

    Good for you, Diana! I hope you hear back.

  27. Spacely permalink
    July 22, 2009 1:44 pm

    In response to why do people feel the need to start these organizations…

    I think it can all be traced back to predators like the Milsteads who pounce on the emotionally vulnerable during the most trying times of their lives.

    Unlike the Caylee case, I believe in my heart that in most missing child cases, the parents and family truly love the child and are willing to do anything and everything to help find that child. But how long can any one person or even an extended family hold out hope? Can you imagine the heartbreak day to day as your child never returns and you never find any closure?

    If you can imagine yourself in that position, then imagine that someone shows up and offers you the one thing you no longer have but desperately need, HOPE. Part of that hope is buying their physical products (posters, T-shirts, etc) and part of it is a long range plan they present about starting a foundation with your child’s name so the name is never forgotten.

    My belief is that most of these parents will jump at the HOPE that is offered and most likely pay someone to prepare all the paperwork and such to get the foundation started.

    In other words, the foundations are a profit product for people like the Milsteads who facilitate the set up of the foundations, but have no intention of really sticking around to run them (with the CMA Foundation being a rare exception, but that is mostly because of all the bad press about KidFinders, so they needed another money laundering vehicle with less scrutiny).

    So, I feel that the majority of the foundations are started for the right reasons with honorable intentions, but fall to the wayside as the money scammers run on to the next victim. It would be better in most cases for the parents to attach themselves to a reputable organization, but at the time most of these are started, the family is not in a position to think clearly about the issues involved.

  28. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 2:43 pm

    Thanks for explaining that so well, Spacely. Again, I think you are right on, and I also agree that the Anthonys are the exception. I know some will disagree and say the Anthonys were no different than any other family of a missing child, searching for hope, and grasping at anything that might offer that hope, but from almost the beginning, Cindy was spinning and scheming.

  29. Spacely permalink
    July 22, 2009 3:20 pm

    Not only was Cindy scheming and spinning from the beginning, Caylee is dead because of Cindy’s schemes.

    To understand what I mean, you probably need to know my theory of what happened to Caylee. Sorry for the long posts, but I have spent a lot of time thinking about Caylee and am kind of long winded about my views.

    My belief is that Cindy and Casey had been locked in a power struggle that started long before Caylee was born and that she was used as a pawn in their power plays. Cindy has a deep desire to control and to be recognized as the controller, which is why George always defers to her. Casey has a similar desire and within her own circle is able to be that controller, but has always been unable to outdo Cindy.

    About a week before Father’s Day 2008, Cindy and Casey got into a heated arguement. The exact cause is unimportant other than it created in Casey a determination to flee her mother’s circle of control forever at any cost. Casey gathered up a few personal items and snatched up Caylee because she knew taking Caylee would hurt Cindy more than anything else. Casey and Caylee spent that week living in the car.

    Casey did spend some of those nights at various friend’s apts, as testified by the friends, but no one seems to remember Caylee spending the night. I believe she was in the car most of that time. Other times, the friends were so wasted, they forgot Caylee was sleeping on the couch most of the time during the parties. Several of her friends commented that Caylee would be at the parties, but usually quiet and asleep. Part of this was caused by over the counter medication which Casey fed her to keep her sleepy.

    On Father’s Day, Casey was getting sick of living out of her car and tired of caring full-time for Caylee, so she took her back to Cindy, who took her to visit her father in the nursing home where the famous Nancy Grace video was taken.

    Upon their return, Casey, Cindy, and George got into another heated arguement. Casey reacted the same as the previous time, snatching up Caylee and running off. Casey knew how much it hurt Cindy that Caylee had been gone that week and decided at that moment to go through with her long planned fantasy of hurting Cindy so bad she would never forget who was really in charge by ensuring Caylee never returned.

    I believe she strangled or beat Caylee in a fit of rage in the car that night, most likely because Caylee truly loved Cindy as her mother figure and was crying to be returned to her. Caylee was like any normal two year old child that had been reunited with her most loved parent, then taken away a few hours later.

    Because she had been living out of her car for more than a week, Casey had a number of items on hand including a laundry bag (probably full of just-washed-at-her-mom’s-house laundry) and trash bags. From the trash found in the trunk, it seems that was where she stored the garbage. Now that Caylee was dead, she needed to get her out of sight, so she put her in the laundry bag, in a trash bag, in the trunk, with the rest of the garbage.

    Shortly after, the smell began and Casey started texting people about hitting squirrels. When she opened up the trunk, she saw that Caylee’s body was decomposing rapidly and (this is horrible, but I saw it on another message board and it makes more sense than anything else I have read) maggots were falling out of her mouth and nose. Casey used the duct tape to cover up the mouth and nose and used the heart sticker because she was too disgusted to actually kiss her dead child. A couple of days later, she dumped the body and bags in the wooded lot near her home.

    Fast forward one month… Cindy has been unable to contact Casey for some time and has not heard from Caylee in a month. Cindy finds Amy and forces her to take her to Casey. Cindy knows something is terribly wrong, but rather than calling in the police, she allows her need to control to again take precedence over all else and determines to force Casey to tell her what she wants to know. She gets locked into a struggle of wills with Casey and uses the cops as a trump card, “I am going to call the cops if you don’t tell me what I want to know”. Casey calls her bluff, but Cindy doesn’t stop there, she actually calls the police. But she does not tell them her granddaughter is missing, she makes up all the bull about the car being stolen.

    Let me be clear about this part. Cindy knows without a doubt at the moment she calls 911 the first time that something horrific has happened to Caylee (although to be fair, I do not think she imagined Caylee was dead, more likely sold into slavery or left at a homeless shelter or something that would be bad, but fixable). However, Cindy chooses to allow her scheming to control Casey override any love she felt for Caylee. In fact, it is not until the 3rd 911 call that she even mentions Caylee.

    Cindy’s need to control Casey was the main reason Casey left with Caylee. Cindy’s need to dominate Casey instigated the final arguement on Father’s Day which was in effect Caylee’s death sentence. Cindy’s uninhibited ambition to control Casey led to Casey’s discovery as a murderer and arrest.

    Please do not misunderstand. Casey bears complete responsiblity for Caylee’s death. But Cindy’s actions were never those of a loving mother or grandmother, they were the results of her own evil desires and need for control over others.

  30. BEES KNEES permalink
    July 22, 2009 3:34 pm

    47,000 children a year?!!! Well. That’s a pretty dark stain on humanity now isn’t it? Something is quite wrong with our world.

    Diana, you would think the authorities would be a great place to start ~ a very sane and intelligent thing to do, no?

    Well said, Muesli!

    Linda!!! I’m STILL laughing ~ “Ms. Edwards would do well to do some investgative journalism in exposing this to rocket her career from the doldrums.” Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!! I agree with you 200%.

  31. BEES KNEES permalink
    July 22, 2009 3:36 pm

    Spacely, that’s an excellent post!!! Really, really good!

  32. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 4:19 pm

    Wow Spacely–You really have given this a lot of thought and your theory from start to finish is quite feasable. I, too, believe Cindy knew from the get-go that Casey did something to Caylee–not a ficticious Zanny, and certainly not some revenge-seeking drug dealers. Thanks for sharing that. Very interesting indeed.

  33. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 4:19 pm

    I agree Bees–excellent post by Spacely.

  34. Tina permalink
    July 22, 2009 8:23 pm

    The Anthonys’ goal is to help families get emotional, financial and spiritual help.

    ************

    The Anthony’s should seek ‘psychological help’ before attempting to help others.

    As far as the Milsteads go – I think they should ALL board the SS Caylee Marie and sail out into Altantic ocean until they run of of gas.

  35. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 22, 2009 8:31 pm

    Amen on both counts, Tina!!

  36. July 22, 2009 9:46 pm

    The GREED of the A.s is so obvious. I think most people are finally beginning to realize that, and thus the money is “drying up.”

    Since they have the fancy boat and all, I wonder if they have offered to help Tracy Ocasio’s family??

    Rest Peacefully, Precious Caylee

  37. Daisey1 permalink
    July 22, 2009 10:00 pm

    Mystery, will u email me? I need to ask u a question.

  38. Daisey1 permalink
    July 22, 2009 10:39 pm

    I think when Cindy started choking Casey for stealing Shirley Plesea’s money, is when Casey took Caylee and decided to kill her, and be rid of her once and for all. The choking by Cindy was “the last straw” as far as Casey was concerned.

    Later, after she had smelled the decomp, Cindy KNEW Caylee was dead. She might have tried to deny it, but she knew in her heart. That’s why she feels guilty for her behavior, and is trying to save Casey. Being a nurse, she knows what decomp smells like. Now, as more time has passed, she is enjoying the heck out of the monies she, Geo., and the Milsteads are bringing in. Now it’s SHOW ME THE MONEY! I just hope and pray that good, decent, hardworking people are not fooled by these slugs!

  39. Daisey1 permalink
    July 22, 2009 11:13 pm

    Mystery, I am sure tht u r very busy. I just wanted to ask u a question about http….not important. Keep up the good work! This is one of my favorite blogs. The people here are all so bright, and they truly love litle Caylee…and it shows!

  40. Jill from Western Australia permalink
    July 23, 2009 3:03 am

    Hello all my l♥velies…did you know that LIfetime intends to sign a $2 million contract with the Ants? Mystery would you please post this petition along with your others. Hope this comes through OK…I took it from the letter of response to me.

    ************************************
    Thank you for signing the “LIfetime should not pay for a movie about Caylee Anthony” petition at http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/lifetime-should-not-pay-for-a-movie-about-caylee-anthony.
    ************************************

    Spacely and Daisy1 I am sure that you are both almost correct in your scenarios…sadly only KC knows the full truth and of course it is very unlikely that 👿 one will ever spill the beans.

    Spacely I left a reply for you on Mystery’s “are we finally gonna find out…. blog.

    Hugs ♥♥♥

  41. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 23, 2009 6:33 am

    Tina-

    LOL, great suggestion!

  42. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 23, 2009 6:34 am

    Daisy1

    That’s a good question—Have they offered to search for any missing person? If they have they must be looking under cover of night—

    I emailed you this morning Daisy–sorry, I went to bed before I saw that you asked me to last night.

    I agree with Jill that you and Spacely have probably come very close to the truth of what happened but we will never know for sure cuz’ the truth is going to the grave with Casey.

  43. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 23, 2009 6:48 am

    Jill–Thanks for the link. I added it to my sidebar!

  44. July 23, 2009 10:18 am

    I’m amazed at comments I read here. I don’t know the finances of Kid Finders, but should a family dedicated to helping find the missing not be allowed to have recreation in their lives? And when they added Caylee’s poster to their moving billboard, no one knew Caylee had been murdered, so now they pay a dear price for being willing to sacrifice. I and others I know have benefited from their heartfelt sacrifice to travel with a billboard on a trailer with missing persons pictures and info, showing all over the state.

    I think if you walked a day in the shoes of a family of a missing person you would understand a great deal more. The tragedy of Caylee Anthony’s murder shouldn’t stop each of us from doing what we can to help others. One person can make a difference. I challenge each of you to find one positive thing you can do to help find a missing person. Maybe it’s hang one flyer at your place of business, or at a place in your community, your church, bank, etc. Each person take to heart one missing child or adult, and pray for them, and their loved ones. You can make a difference.

    You can read about my son that I miss so much at: FindAustinDavis.com

  45. itsamysterytome permalink*
    July 23, 2009 10:40 am

    Christy

    I’m so sorry for your loss. I read the information available about your son and it is obvious that he was a wonderful, much-loved young man. Respectfully, your story, at least on the surface, appears very different from Caylee’s. The arrows all point to her own mother as her killer, and her grandparents appear to have profited in more than one way from their tragedy.

    Please take the time to check out Kid Finders. They have had numerous “businesses” and have police records as long as my arm.

    As for the boat. It is a $30,000 search and rescue boat built with donated money and state of the art equipment–that has not been used, as far as I can tell, for anything.

  46. Diana permalink
    July 23, 2009 12:45 pm

    Christy,
    Of course they knew Caylee was dead when they paraded the billboards. There was DECOMPOSITION in the trunk of the car and the child was not reported missing for a month. Doesnt take a rocket scientist to figure that out. The mother lied and tried to hinder the truth from coming out and her parents did the same. This case was NEVER a missing persons case.

  47. Gladys permalink
    July 25, 2009 9:34 am

    The article states “The Anthonys’ goal is to help families get emotional, financial and spiritual help.”

    If that were in fact the truth, why are these people raising funds for their non-profit foundation? These simple services can be provided without any cost through referrals via email or phone conversation.

    There’s more to this sneaky family. They are thriving on blood money from their granddaughter’s murder.

    Furthermore, who in their right mind would use these people to help locate a child? They did nothing but obstruct in the searches for their granddaughter and didn’t get off their rear ends to search themselves for even 1 day! Give me a break. The whole group of them, the Anthony’s, KFN and NLH, needs to be looked at for fraud and money laundering!

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