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NEW: Mistrial Declared in Tim Cahill Case

Wednesday, December 12, 2012


Former State Treasurer and GoLocalWorcester MINDSETTER™ Tim Cahill

A mistrial has been declared in the corruption case of former State Treasurer Timothy Cahill after the jury deadlocked on the charges stemming from state lottery ads that ran during Cahill's campaign for governor in 2010.

The jury acquitted Cahill's former chief of staff Scott Campbell on Tuesday, who faced similar charges.

A grand jury indicted Cahill, a GoLocalWorcester MINDSETTER™, in April following an investigation involving taxpayer-funded state lottery advertisements that his office produced while he was running for Governor. 


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Harry Huckum

Down goes Marcia...

Iron Mike Farquhar

We should all be so glad that Marsha wasted our Tax $$ chasing her political vendetta on behalf of Duh-val.

Prosecutorial Discretion? Common sense? Nah, she's got none!

Christopher Pinto

Good to see that the witch hunt is over.

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