Special Master Assigned to the Singing River Health System Pension Case

Today, Judge Breland Hilburn assigned Robert Douglas Sneed of Jackson to be a special master in the case of the Singing River Health Systems failing pension plan, according to the Sun Herald.
In a hearing this morning, he asked the attorney in the case to meet and discuss a possible second master to expedite the case. In another matter this morning, Sun Herald reports District Attorney Tony Lawrence called former Singing River Health System’s Chief Financial Officer, Mike Crews, to testify before a grand jury. Crews was the CFO during the seven years that SRHS was carrying what eventually became $88 million in uncollected debt and calling it revenue.

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