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Could somebody explain the Chicago Colocation issue?
The following comments are by Bill Koonce, who identifies himself as CEO of the Chicago Community Colocation Project (see http://www.chiccp.net/ as of 5 October 2008)...
"...the Online Policy Group, ChiCCP's former fiscal sponsor, has absconded with untold thousands of dollars in money donated to ChiCCP, and OPG leadership have stopped communicating with me. ChiCCP never got a complete accounting of funds, but based on the reported donations from members who have receipts and/or canceled checks to verify their donations, at least $2,000 in charitable donations to ChiCCP have been stolen by OPG."
I don't have any interest in this issue one way or the other, but it would be interesting to hear the back story if anybody knows.