Sandy Relief Group's Funds Frozen By NJ Attorney General

Law360, New York (March 1, 2013, 7:21 PM EST) -- New Jersey’s attorney general on Thursday announced that a purported charity for victims of Superstorm Sandy will be temporarily barred from soliciting donations after the state sued the foundation’s operators for allegedly funneling some of its proceeds into their personal bank accounts.

Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa released a court order filed on Thursday freezing operations of the Hurricane Sandy Relief Foundation, and directing the foundation’s operators John Sandberg and Christina Terraccino to put the nearly $631,000 in cash donations it collected for the fund into an...
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