From the City of Greensboro's Internal Audit Division; Civil Rights Museum Financial Review;
The city knew the museum could not not pay current liabilities and long term debt.
Greensboro's Manager and Legal Council let City Council vote to give the money to the museum, knowing the venture was unsustainable, and City Council left the same leadership in charge of the facility, right before the election.
Greensboro's City Attorney never reviewed the fine print on the museum's debt before letting City Council vote for the loan.
Greensboro's City Council voted to leave Skip Alston and Earl Jones, now candidates for state office, in a position to profit from a taxpayer bailout of the museum.