Sunday, September 13, 2009

Frank Haas lawsuit against GL of WV trial date set for November 2, 2009

According to
The MW Grand Lodge of WV and MW Brother Frank J. Haas's attorneys met in mediation and failed to meet any agreement. The Judge has set a trial date of November 2, 2009.
Looks like expelled former Grand Master of Masons in West Virginia Frank Haas will finally get his day in court.

For background on this most unusual Masonic case involving West Virgina former grand masters, read these posts on The Burning Taper:
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  1. Any new news on how MWB Haas trial is going?

  2. According to an Oct. 31 post on Masonic-Crusade, the trial has been postponed until July 2010, because the judge who was to hear the case was appointed to a federal bench by the Obama Administration.

    But then, a follow-up post to that post said, "...I do believe the trial date has been moved to the spring sometime based on case load and I do not believe it has anything to do with the case. We seem to have a very level headed mason in the Grand east this year and it is my hope he does the right thing to end this situation. I'm sure he is getting pressure from both sides of this standoff. I hope and pray for him as his words are encouraging, but if not followed by action all the discord and animosity will still prevail...."

    So who knows why? All we know is that the case has been postponed.

    — W.S.


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