What happens when a non-profit that was started to help veterans becomes the neighborhood bully?
For a charity supposedly devoted to helping veterans, the Wounded Warrior Project spends an enormous amount of time suing or threatening to sue small non-profits—spending resources on litigation that could otherwise be spent on the vets they profess to serve.
At issue is the Wounded Warrior Project's brand: the charity has become particularly litigious over the use of the phrase 'wounded warrior' or logos that involve silhouetted soldiers. At least seven such charities have discussed their legal problems with The Daily Beast.
Read the entire story, here.
Just ten months after my original post, it seems that Wounded Warrior Project has screwed the pooch.
Since so many people only believe what they read or hear from Faux News, here is the story on their website.