PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Attorney General Peter Kilmartin 2014 opponent spoke out against Kilmartin Friday, exactly one week after Kilmartin announced that there would be no charges filed in connection to the 38 Studios deal, his 2014 opponent spoke out against him.
Dawson Hodgson, former Attorney General Candidate, has joined many other critics who say the public should have access to the information uncovered during the four year investigation.
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“Nobody’s saying that there had to be charges filed but we need to see the evidence that would have to be considered,” said Hodgson in a Newsmakers interview with WPRI.com reporter Ted Nesi.
Watch Ted Nesi’s report of the interview above.