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A countersuit by ousted NRA president Oliver North points to the gun group leader’s “total dictatorial control over the NRA.”
Chris Cox announced he was leaving the organization after being suspended last week. Separately, the gun group severed ties with Ackerman McQueen amid an ongoing legal battle.
The gun group alleged in a new lawsuit that its second-ranking leader was part of an April attempt to oust Wayne LaPierre.
For the second time in two months, the National Rifle Association is taking its longtime marketing firm Ackerman McQueen to court.
A pair of letters by former organization president Oliver North contained a series of attachments detailing six-figure expenses from the gun group's leader.
The request for documents from NRA head Wayne LaPierre, former president Oliver North, and PR agency Ackerman McQueen is another sign of trouble for the group.
An internal power struggle has spilled into the open at the NRA’s annual convention, with LaPierre accusing board President Oliver North of “extortion.”
The Russian gun rights activist who became embroiled with Republican politics pleaded guilty in December to acting as a foreign agent.
After 10 years, Aaron Davis became disillusioned by what he called “an inherent conflict of interest.”