The N.R.A.’s Longtime C.F.O. Was Caught Embezzling Before Joining the Organization, Former Colleagues Say – The New Yorker

In June, 1991, Mary Hughes, the accounts-payable manager at the Wyatt Company, an employee-benefits consulting firm based in Washington, D.C., received a phone call from someone trying to reach the firm’s chief financial officer, Wilson H. Phillips, Jr., who goes by Woody. The person was calling from Associates Relocation Management

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