Founders of music charity found innocent of fraud, but charges forced them to shut down anyway
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Founders of music charity found innocent of fraud, but charges forced them to shut down anyway

29 Jun 2015 | Finance | Alice Sharman
Tags: Fraud

The founders of a Newport-based music charity have been cleared of all charges over conspiracy to defraud their organisation, but were forced to close months ago because the charges made it “impossible” for them to continue.

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