Connecticut's Fairfield University cannot account for $120,000 intended for a school in Haiti. The money is part of $776,000 raised from 1997 to 2008 at the Jesuit school for what was called Project Pierre Toussaint.
The university released the results February 17 following a five-month investigation. The report detailed problems with the handling of the money by a former chaplain.
Stanley A. Twardy Jr., a former U.S. attorney for Connecticut and a partner in Day Pitney, a Stamford law firm hired to investigate the school's financial involvement in Project Pierre Toussaint, said funding at the chapel was autonomous.
[The chaplain] told donors he cashed their checks, rather than wiring or otherwise sending the money to Haiti, because the "banking system is so rudimentary we need money down there," Twardy said.
On September 25, DC-based counsel Steven Cash will be a featured speaker at the National Forum on the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), an event presented by the American Conference Institute and held in Washington, DC.
Steven Cash moderated a panel discussion hosted by Culper Connect, an alumni association of former United States Government public servants from the U.S. Intelligence Community.
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Steven Cash authored an article, "Why Immediate Public Release of Mueller Report Would Be Bad for National Security, Politics," published by The Hill.
Steven Cash was quoted in an article, "Trump Remarks Deepen Distrust with Intelligence Community," published by The Hill.
DC counsel Steven Cash was quoted in an article, "Five Takeaways from Barr's New Powers in 'Spying' Probe," published by The Hill.
Former federal prosecutor Stan Twardy was featured on the RNN-TV program "Richard French Live," a nightly news talk show.
Stan Twardy was quoted in an article, "5 Things to Know About John Durham—Barr's Pick to Probe Root of Russia Investigation," published by the Connecticut Law Tribune.
Stan Twardy was featured on a News 12 segment focusing on reports that U.S. Attorney General William Barr has assigned U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut John Durham to examine the origins of the Russia probe.