Wayne LaPierre, chief executive of the National Rifle Association, billed the group's advertising agency $ 39,000 for a shopping day at a Beverly Hills fashion boutique, $ 18,300 for a car and driver in Europe and $ 13,800 Dollars for a summer intern Newfound internal documents of the NRB.
The documents published anonymously on the Internet include new information on clothing, travel and other costs totaling more than $ 542,000 that Ackerman McQueen Inc. allegedly charged to Mr. LaPierre.
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The travel costs allegedly include more than $ 200,000 in "air transportation" costs during a one-month period in late 201
The additional details of the advertising agency's allegations stem from Mr LaPierre's internal audit of the NRA's spending in the midst of an extraordinary dispute between the NRA and Ackerman McQueen.
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The NRA issued a statement by Carolyn Meadows, her new president, who said the entire board is fully aware of these issues. We have full faith in Wayne LaPierre. "She added that" it is worrying and pathetic that some people resort to sharing information in order to advance their agendas. "
Mr. LaPierre did not respond to a request for comment that was sent via the NRA.
This story continues in the Wall Street Journal.