For anybody trying to get public information on police in Mass, there are several stumbling blocks, any number of which stymied USA Today.
Now records we have received from Healey’s shed light on why her office may be avoiding the issue—her office is also guilty of the same kind of questionable social media management.
In addition to appearing in DigBoston, the article has also been published by our frequent partners at the Shoestring in Western Mass, and it will also run in the upcoming issue of the Bay State Banner.
Consultants told Mass State Police how to avoid turmoil. The department ignored the advice and spent the following two decades spiraling toward boundless corruption.
“Pullman, Lynch and others were also allegedly involved in a scheme to defraud two different companies that sought to do business with the Commonwealth.”