Canadian-Ukrainian returns money to charity

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Aug. 1, 2012, 6:18 p.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Mark Rachkevych

Standing at his office door in September 2011, longtime Canadian businessman Myron Spolsky (L) gave a charity $44,000 that he has withheld from the group for more than 18 months as their former treasurer.
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Mark Rachkevych

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 A former treasurer of a Kyiv charity has returned most of the money he withheld for more than a year and a half from a group that had earmarked the funds for purchase of much-needed prenatal equipment for area hospitals.

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