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  1. Wayne LaPierre, who for decades controlled the National Rifle Association, was found liable by a jury in a civil suit that accused the former CEO of the powerful gun rights organization of misusing tens of millions of dollars in a lawsuit brought by the New York attorney general's office.
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    The New York jury found that Wayne LaPierre, who was the NRA’s CEO for three decades, misspent millions of dollars of the group’s money on pricey perks, and it ordered him to repay the group $4,351,231.
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    A Manhattan jury has found the NRA and its longtime head Wayne LaPierre liable in a civil case brought against the organization and its leaders by New York Attorney General Letitia James.
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    The NRA’s lawyer said the organization could not be held accountable for LaPierre’s actions. But the New York assistant attorney general Monica Connell countered that the NRA and its executives had done little more than deny and deflect in an effort to soften the blow of the corruption allegations.
    It ordered LaPierre to pay $4,351,231 in restitution to the group. The decision came at the end of a six-week trial that began in early January, days after LaPierre announced his resignation from the NRA. The jury found LaPierre liable for $5.4m, but it determined he had already paid back a little over $1m.
    The jurors determined there was cause to remove LaPierre and that he owes the organization nearly $4 million. Former National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre has been ordered to pay nearly $4 million to the nonprofit after a jury on Friday found him liable in a civil corruption trial brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James.
    Jurors deliberated for five days in the civil corruption trial in New York against the National Rifle Association and its executives. Wayne LaPierre diverted millions of dollars away from the National Rifle Association to live luxuriously, while the gun rights group failed to properly manage its finances, a jury found Friday.
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