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Fostering suspicion: New AG should change that
He could start by knocking off its penchant for keeping the public in the dark on serious matters that effect the public.
But not quickly identifying those two officers is nonsensical and does them an injustice. It raises suspicions and rumor. The AG said it would be weeks before they were named.
How about giving the public some credit, General Foster?
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