NRA accountants put together a list of concerns they had about the NRA’s business practices for the NRA Audit Committee.
The invoice is written to the NRA’s former CFO Woody Phillips. Mr. Phillips pled the 5th Amendment during the NRA bankruptcy litigation. The invoice seeks payment of $70,000 for “Investment in Security Assets” – a description that omits the fact that the transaction was intended to purchase a multi-million mansion for the NRA’s CEO.
NRA board minutes unearthed reveal financial issues, strategy, and internal metrics.