DC non-profit money used to fund strip club


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DC Files Lawsuit Over Money to Non-Profit, Miracle Hands

Updated: Wednesday, 31 Aug 2011, 8:13 AM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 30 Aug 2011, 7:57 PM EDT

WASHINGTON - The D.C. Government filed a lawsuit Tuesday, claiming a city non-profit took more than 300-thousand dollars meant for a job-training facility and instead built a nightclub in Northeast.
The suit claims the director of "Miracle Hands", improperly billed the city for work that was never done.
The lawsuit claims the money given to Cornell Jones and Miracle Hands was supposed to be used to build a job-training facility for people with HIV-Aids. Jones told the city he was going to renovate an old warehouse on Queens Chapel Road. But the training facility never opened.
Instead, the city claims Jones opened the Stadium Club gentlemen's club instead. Now the city says it wants its money back and more.
The lawsuit claims the job training center which never materialized was supposed to open in 2007.
Fox 5 was unable to reach Jones today for comment.

Read more: http://www.myfoxdc.com/dpp/news/dc/...non-profit-miracle-hands-083011#ixzz1Wc8rtwLT


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With that sorta name the club better allow touching.


"supposed to" being the key phrase there, henceforth we can correctly assume that the AIDS folks are still out of a job
You want to find out the hard way? I'm not taking any chances. :)