In this undated file photo provided by New Mark Communications via the St. Paul Pioneer Press shows Greg Mortenson, founder of the Central Asia Institute, a Montana-based organization which builds schools for girls in remote tribal areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan. An investigative report has concluded that Mortenson mismanaged the charity he co-founded to build schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The Montana Attorney General's office report released today found Mortenson spent Central Asia Institute money on personal items, family vacations and charter flights. (AP Photo/New Mark Communications via the St. Paul Paul Pioneer Press,File)
In this undated file photo provided by New Mark Communications via the St. Paul Pioneer Press shows Greg Mortenson, founder of the Central Asia Institute, a Montana-based organization which builds schools for girls in remote tribal areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan. An investigative report has concluded that Mortenson mismanaged the charity he co-founded to build schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The Montana Attorney General's office report released today found Mortenson spent Central Asia Institute money on personal items, family vacations and charter flights. (AP Photo/New Mark Communications via the St. Paul Paul Pioneer Press,File)
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published Thursday, April 5th, 2012
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"Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson mismanaged the nonprofit organization he co-founded to build schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan and spent millions of dollars of charity money on charter flights, family vacations and personal items, according to an investigative report released Thursday.

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