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Jury finds NRA and former CEO Wayne LaPierre liable in civil corruption trial

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A jury has found the NRA and former CEO Wayne Pierre liable in a civil corruption trial. The judge ruled LaPierre diverted millions of dollars from the National Rifle Association to live luxuriously while the group failed to monitor its finances.  The verdict comes after five days of deliberations and ends a seven-week long civil corruption trial in New York City.