Your newspaper and others reported that management of the Claims Conference had been alerted nearly a decade before about the massive $57 million fraud but failed to act (“Claims Conference Bungled Early Fraud Warning,” May 17).
Surely in any other organization, whether public or private, the executives responsible for such negligence would have been fired or have offered their resignation. The Holocaust survivors being served by this organization have a right to expect similar ethical conduct from executives whose salaries and annual compensations are about equal with that of the head of the “International Monetary Fund.”
National Association of Jewish Child Holocaust Survivors, Inc.
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