In airline museum drama, a lawsuit took a sneaky turn
What the Airline History Museum lacks in profile it makes up for in drama. Last fall, former Executive Director Paul Sloan admitted to stealing from the museum, which displays vintage aircraft in a hangar at the airport in downtown Kansas City.
At around the time that Sloan was being charged, a court case involving past and present museum members came in for a landing. One aspect of the case that was omitted from this week’s feature story was the apparent attempt by one side to use a Trojan horse to keep the lawsuit from being dismissed.