Booker, Morris and a third board member, Donald "Ducky" Birts, went public with concerns about Next Generation in an AxisPhilly.org story in January.
The three men were also board members for the local NAACP.
Booker says a $500 check he wrote for a NAACP event was deposited instead in Next Generation's bank account, along with a $10,000 check to the NAACP from a group of investors seeking a state casino license at 8th and Market streets.
Mondesire endorsed the casino project in November, a month after the $10,000 check was deposited in the non-profit's account.
The NAACP's national headquarters suspended Mondesire, Booker, Morris and Birts in April as a result of their public feuding.
Booker and Morris went to court a week later, seeking to review Next Generation's records.
Mondesire, who did not attend yesterday's hearing, has claimed Booker, Morris and Birts resigned as board members.
They deny that.
Morris yesterday said Mondesire gave him the "cold shoulder" after a confrontation.
"I pretty much got cussed out," Morris said. "I'm asking the right questions and he doesn't want to give me the answers."
Glazer declared "there's no question it's totally appropriate" to give Morris and Booker access to Next Generation's records.
The Daily News on Friday reported that investigators from the state Attorney General's Office said a 2009 grand jury investigation "uncovered what appeared to be questionable spending" of state money by Mondesire after Next Generation's bank records were subpoenaed.
The Daily News also reported that Attorney General Kathleen Kane's staff is now reviewing that investigation.
Mondesire did not respond to a request for comment. He issued an angry denouncement yesterday of AxisPhilly.org's stories about him, including one Saturday that questioned what became of a $100,000 state grant to refurbish the Hunting Park home field of the North Philly Aztecs, a Pop Warner football team.
Mondesire said AxisPhilly.org is a "renegade blog that specializes in character assassination" and is "working in concert with my enemies to attack my leadership at the NAACP."
Mondesire also claimed he received approval from the state to use the grant for "anti-violence and scholarship programs" rather than the originally approved "brick and mortar projects."
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