Injured as a baby in the Oklahoma City bombing, PJ Allen still struggles to breathe. The teenager and his grandmother, Deloris Watson, say that they have repeatedly asked the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, the organization entrusted with over $14 million in donations to help the victims of the bombing, for help with PJ’s healthcare. They claim that the foundation has often refused to help them and instead steered them and other victims to government programs like Medicaid and Pell Grants. The president of the foundation says it has helped almost 1,000 people and by steering victims to government programs, it helps the fund stay solvent.
Editor's Note: Harry Smith’s full report aired Friday, March 1 at 10pm/9CDT on NBC’s Rock Center with Brian Williams.