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The former managing editor of the Montgomery Advertiser, Jim Tharpe, has called for the Internal Revenue Service and the civil rights division of the Justice Department to investigate the Southern Poverty Law Center's tax-exempt status and shady money practices.
From The Washington Post on April 5:
There's something strange afoot at the Southern Poverty Law Center, one of the nation's richest civil and human rights charities. In March, the center abruptly fired legendary co-founder Morris Dees. [...]Senator Tom Cotton sent a letter to the IRS last week urging them to investigate whether the Southern Poverty Law Center should retain its tax-exempt status as a 501(c)(3).
"Engaging in systematic defamation is not a tax-exempt purpose," Cotton said. "While IRS guidance lists several examples of tax-exempt purposes, engaging in defamation as a business model is of course not one of them."
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