NBC Online reports that a watchdog group has filed an Internal Revenue Service complaint against the Living Word Christian Center in Brooklyn Park, Minn., for engaging in illegal financial transactions. It goes on to report that this is the second time the watchdog group has reported a complaint against the church.
KARE11.com reports that Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, the name of the watchdog group, said that the church gave the pastor, Mac Hammond, deals that allowed him to purchase an airplane and then lease it back. The report goes on to say that the church also gave Hammond eight loans totaling $1.9 million at favorable rates and terms.
KARE11's report is structured into themed paragraphs. Each paragraph has its own theme, so when the new sentance starts it is clear that it is relating to the previous one. This is useful when referring to names a second time, as sometimes it is hard to remember whose name it is. The article ends by stating this is the second report on the church by the watchdog group, but isn't very concluding.
The NBC online report was very brief, only three paragraphs. The lead introduces the situation and each paragraph is also its own theme.