NY chief charities investigator says nonprofit fraud most commonly comes from inside; he gives common symptoms that fraud may infect a charity.
"James G. Sheehan is not the man you want a phone call from—if you’re a charity, that is.
"Sheehan is chief of the New York attorney general’s charities bureau. It’s his team that gathered evidence to slap a fraudulent leukemia charity with a lawsuit in late July. The organization allegedly bilked $10 million from generous New Yorkers who thought they were helping dying children—less than 1 percent of the money made it to leukemia patients." --Frank Runyeon, New York Nonprofit Media