Re: Troop treasurer problems.
Frank Roessler (fressler@VAX1.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU)
Wed, 9 Oct 1996 15:29:57 -0600
>Date: Tue, 8 Oct 1996 08:48:10 -0800
>From: Dean Hayes <dhayes49@MAIL.IDT.NET>
>Subject: Troop treasurer problems.
>How does one deal with a troop treasure that accuses you of 'bleeding the
I saw several responses that seemed to think the treasurer was GUILTY. We
live in a society that believes (mostly) in "innocent until proven guilty."
Please be careful, your treasurer may be innocent of any wrong doing other
than not being competent in his job. It sounds like investigation is
necessary, but don't convict him without a trial. (Of course, if he is
indeed guilty, he may abscond with all the troops funds...).
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