You should DEFINATELY contact a TX attorney BEFORE you spring this at the board meeting. In many states, there must be at least one party in a taped conversation that is aware of the taping --in the scenario you describe, its sounds possible for the parties to deny knowledge they were being taped--making your recording of it a criminal act and your publication of it a compounding factor that could get you--maybe your organization--sued. Tread carefully and let that TX attorney hear the tape and the circumstances of the indident as soon as you can.
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I recommend you speak to a lawyer before you do anything. If the voicemail is taken out of context and then shared with third parties to defame them... you may be liable for your actions. If they are really negative people like you say - you don't need the voice mail you can simply let time pass and everyone else will soon discovery the truth without the voice mail.
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