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Congresswoman calls for US investigation of Planet Aid | Reveal


Congresswoman calls for US investigation of Planet Aid | Reveal: In March, Reveal began unveiling its findings with a radio show and podcast connecting Planet Aid to the Teachers Group, a reputed Danish cult affiliated with dozens of humanitarian aid organizations around the world. The investigation, which continued with a text story published in May, traced USDA Foreign Agricultural Service funding for anti-poverty programs in Malawi and, in a local farming project, found little evidence the money had been properly spent.

The Teachers Group also operates for-profit businesses, and manages an offshore financial network that its leader once said was created to “lay down a twisted access path, with only ourselves as compass holders.” That leader, Mogens Amdi Petersen, is wanted by Interpol along with four of his top associates on fraud and tax evasion charges related to what Danish prosecutors say is a network of phony charities.

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