This should be good

IRS seeks Jeffco checks aiding nonprofit group

So we have this nonprofit agency, “Computer Help for Kids”, which the IRS is investigating. It was founded by an all-star group: Crazy Larry Langford, Richard Scrushy, and former Birmingham City Councilman and Jefferson County Commissioner John Katopodis. The nonprofit refurbishes used computers and donates them to needy children, which seems like a good thing. However, there seem to be some issues in CHK’s books, which are all tangled up with another foundation founded by Katopodis and with the Holy Family Catholic school’s foundation, headed by Langford’s wife. Langford and Scrushy… Even if there’s nothing here, I have to cover this.

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One response to “This should be good

  1. I saw the article in the Birmingham News this morning, and I figured if it has Scrushy’s fingerprints on it, there’s likely some corruption to be found.

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