As reported by ClassAction.org, read through the 43-page document, which is located at the website: Title of article: Gospel for Asia, Inc., Founder Facing Class Action over RICO Violations
Segment of the article here:
A proposed class action filed in Arkansas alleges defendants Gospel for Asia, Inc., Gospel for Asia-International, the organizations’ founder, K.P. Yohannan, and four other individuals violated the federal Racketeer Influences and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) by using their Christian organization as a front to steal hundreds of millions of dollars from donors.
“Soliciting charitable donations to benefit the poorest of the poor while covertly diverting the money to a multi-million-dollar personal empire is reprehensible; using a Christian organization as a front to attract and exploit the goodwill and generosity of devout Christians is a particularly vile scheme,” the lawsuit scathes. “But this is exactly what K.P. Yohannan and the organization he controls—Gospel for Asia, Inc.—have been getting away with for years.”
In other news …
U.S. District Court of Western Arkansas Rules RICO Case Can Proceed Against Gospel for Asia