NEWARK, N.J. — For an employee at the Salvation Army, a charity that prides itself on “Doing the Most Good,” Leroy Brown was, well, quite bad. For seven years, Brown, a financial manager at the organization’s Newark, N.J., office, secretly stole money that was supposed to be used to subsidize rent for AIDS patients and the poor. At a hearing…
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