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Topic - Samuel Stretton
A citizens group that unsuccessfully fought to prevent The Barnes Foundation's move from its longtime suburban home is asking to have the case reopened, because the former CEO wrote that the foundation wasn't actually bankrupt when it sought to break the founder's trust.
A citizens group that unsuccessfully fought to prevent The Barnes Foundation's move from its longtime suburban home is asking to have the case reopened, because the former CEO wrote that the foundation wasn't on the verge of bankruptcy when it sought to break the founder's trust.
The Barnes Foundation's new home is well under construction in Philadelphia but a long and bitter fight continues over whether the world-famous art collection should stay in its longtime suburban home.
Camp's statement "is shocking because it is absolutely contrary to the position and information presented by The Barnes Foundation during the hearings," Friends of the Barnes attorney Samuel Stretton said.
Testimony about the foundation's finances was at the crux of hearings that ultimately led a Montgomery County judge to approve the relocation in 2004, Stretton said.