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fine it's being called one of the largest charity fraud cases ever u. s. federal trade commission and all fifty states charging for cancer charities tuesday accusing them of miss using more than one hundred and eighty seven million dollars in donations , in some instances instead of providing cancer patients , with much needed support donors money went to financing the personal lifestyles , of those operating the charities , including cars luxury cruises and tickets to concerts and sporting events , the f. t. c. targeting the cancer fund of america cancer support services the breast cancer society and the children's cancer fund of america , officials say the alleged jam organizations inflated their revenues to hide their misuse of donations , and the money is mostly gone unfortunately on the defendants have spent most of the money on all of the items that we we we talked about in our it detail in the complaint , so %HESITATION we are not in a position to provide a donors with with their money back , so far the children's cancer fund of america and the breast cancer society have agreed to shut down in a note on the breast cancer society's website executive director james reynolds the second who has agreed to leave fundraising for ever to the organization wanted to avoid an expensive and distracting legal battle , the other two including cancer support services run by james reynolds senior are fighting the allegations