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Evidence of Inurement

Jul 31st, 2010 | By | Category: Finances

It is certainly no secret that many ICOC leaders live in luxurious homes and own many luxury items. Nor is it a secret that they have been favored with the lion’s share of adoptions from HOPE, and that their children have been granted the majority of spots at HOPE Youth Corps. Further, many former ICOC leaders seem to have been retired into cushy jobs with HOPE once they were no longer desired in the ministry.

For further information about Inurement, please read the IRS publication about the topic:

This page will detail specific accounts of all these forms of illegal inurement. As these practices were routine, we expect that a large number of people will be able to submit affidavits regarding what they saw and heard. If you have information you’d like to share, email us.

Steve Johnson circa 1990-91 – Claims to not have a savings account

Property Owned by Leadership

How did Kip McKean send his children to the best schools?


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