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No, no need to see the documents.
If you have reported the matter to the Attorney General of the state where they do business and to the IRS then the only other step you might be able to take would be to report them to the FBI but I've never heard of them being involved in something like this.
You could also consider reporting them to the Secretary of State for their state since that is the agency which handles the corporations although generally they just handle the documents and don't do any investigations, etc.
The final option to consider is to send a letter to each of the members of their board and cc: any contributors that you're aware of.
Of course, you could bring some type of lawsuit yourself but realistically it would be expensive with no guarantee you would recover your attorney's fees and for a person on a limited budget that isn't a real option.
The only way to do it, other than a private lawsuit, is through law enforcement and generally that is going to be your state's Attorney General. You can report it to the local police but they generally won't take these kinds of cases, they just turn it over to the AG.