Friday, March 30, 2007
Glendale News reports attorneys will be able to review 'critical records seized' from Grand View Cemetery earlier this year.
"The documents are key to understanding the cemetery's operations and the problems with the cemetery's operations," said attorney Paul Ayers, who represents many who are filing suit against the cemetery. "I'm looking forward to seeing them." - Glendale News
The next hearing for the case is May 3, 2007. You can read the full story at this link. (Stories on Glendale News are available to read for free 14 days after posting - this GV story posting started March 29th)
Note: I have no news to report about Edna's situation at Grand View at this time. Also, for Chaplin fans, Paul Ayers name may sound familiar. He is a Chaplin fan who was noted in the latest book 'Silent Traces.'
April 29, 2007 - You can use the search feature to find other posts about Grand View Cemetery. I will be working on other options.