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  • All roads lead to Worcester in state police scandal

    WGBH - 11/14/2017

    Col. McKeon has said it is department policy for troopers to only included relevant information and to extract any embarrassing details because arrest reports are considered public records. However, WGBH’s legal analyst Daniel Medwed says McKeon’s claim that he was following standard practice appears suspicious because of his connections to the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office. In the initial lawsuit filed by Trooper Scevoir, he alleges the order to alter the reports was a direct order from Col. McKeon, who was instructed to give the order by the Secretary of Public Safety and Security Dan Bennett. Bennett, McKeon and Judge Timothy Bibaud have all previously worked at the Worcester District Attorney’s office.

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