351-Year-Old Will Sparks Bitter Dispute in Massachusetts

By RODRIQUE NGOWI | February 27, 2012

  • February 28, 2012 at 2:12 pm
    LAB says:
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    What a shame–for 351 years, a school received revenue from a trust that was intended to be perpetuous and now another source has to be found. It sounds like greed took hold here and the trustees really should be ashamed of themselves for not wanting to do their duty in accordance with the terms of the trust. It’s whatever’s convenient and not in keeping with the last wishes so written in a last will and testament.

    • February 28, 2012 at 5:08 pm
      Little Frog says:
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      If there has been “wasting” or tortous improprieties, it’s been done by the so-called trustees; NOT by the land or the beneficieries. Let those Yankee Good-ol-Boys, pay for their own mismanagement instead of taking it out of the hide of the citizens!
      When people fear their govt, there is tyranny; when govt respects the people, there is Liberty

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