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I understand that I have no legal obligation to report this. Thank you for your advice. However, if my conscience continues to nag at me, what would be the best approach to make my concerns known? Whom would I tell if I was going to tell someone?
I believe they are having the Interim CEO falsify the minutes. She told me she would "handle it." I told her she could not use my name as Recording Secretary if they alter the minutes.
I believe the former CEO is going with private action - I'm not in touch with her and I've been instructed not to speak with her until this is all over.
Thank you very much. You've given me enough for further consideration. It's appreciated.
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