A few of us have pressured the past master who was also playing Secretary, and is Secretary this year refused to get us the paperwork to get things started, now the new WM.refuses to do anything either. So a couple of us went to our grand lodge, and now the grand lodge says its our problem, that they wouldn't step in to help. So we were told by the past and current masters , to just let it goBro Jeremy.playing y didn't you personally press Masonic charges on the brother? Had you done that it would have required to be acted on by your lodge no matter who agreed or not. It would take time due to the process & protocols involved, but nonetheless would officially make it to GLoT to be entered & dealt with. Unfortunately, this is one of the prime examples for the need to have "qualified" persons on investigation teams & to conduct periodic training within our lodges. Too many times I believe this happens because so&so knows this persons dad, uncle or whomever. Many lodges have professional investigators, but now they cannot be used because the fear of lawsuits. Sad & difficult & P. C.times were are living in. I'm sure this happens more than we think especially in the smaller lodges throughout Texas.