Culliford said Pan Am remains concerned "with the appearance of a conflict created by the Office of the Attorney General investigating the actions of another public agency which it also represents."Rice has promised us an electronic copy of the entire investigative file later this week, once she redacts any non-public information. We will post the complete file as soon as its available.
He charged that "the real travesty is that the allegations that have been raised not only by Pan Am but also by others are extremely serious, and the failure of your office to fully investigate these claims" shows that "the transparency and integrity that is required of all public officials is being undermined in New Hampshire by these recent events."
Rice's investigative report consisted of a three-page letter to David Fink, Pan Am Railway's president, concluding that there had been no criminal conduct by public officials, but that she had forwarded Pan Am's complaint to the Legislative Ethics Committee.
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Sunday, August 23, 2009
Pan Am complains about rail lease investigation
In the Union Leader, John DiStaso reports that Pan Am is not happy with the results of an investigation into a controversial rail lease given to State Representative Peter Leishman.