The House speaker said he “suggested” the governor find a job for his former colleague, which has triggered an ethics investigation.
Asked if Curt Schilling will be forced to testify, the chairwoman said she won’t “subpoena people just to subpoena them.”
The Democratic Party chairman said a message describing him as “happy to vote for a bond” to help Curt Schilling’s firm was incorrect.
The former Red Sox ace used the event at his home to get the ball rolling on 38 Studios’ taxpayer-backed move to the state.
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The third floor of attorney Max Wistow’s Providence law office is jammed with unreleased material from the lawsuit.
The state’s top prosecutor, who voted for the 38 Studios bill as a lawmaker, reiterated that he won’t recuse himself.
EDC Attorney Robert Stolzman said “it would be great to help a company and my in-laws.”
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Court officials have released tens of thousands of pages of previously sealed documents from the long-running 38 Studios lawsuit Thursday.
Spreadsheet shows multiple payments made to Providence attorney by 38 Studios
Gov. Gina Raimondo said she’s concerned the failed company has made officials more hesitant to pursue new businesses with the state.
The announcement comes a day after tens of thousands of pages of documents about the deal were released.
Nicholas Mattiello was House majority leader when the 38 Studios deal was made, and he maintains he knew nothing beforehand.
At least two officials deposed in the state’s civil suit against 38 Studios were also contacted by State Police.
The documents confirmed that one of the main players in the case, former Red Sox ace Curt Schilling, was not deposed.
The disclosure sheds more light on what top House Democrats knew as the failed deal was being put together behind closed doors.
The Target 12 Investigators have been poring over the documents since their release Thursday.
The revelations contained in newly released court documents directly contradict what the former speaker had said.
Tens of thousands of previously sealed court documents in the 38 Studios lawsuit were made public Thursday.
Thousands upon thousands of pages of documents related to the failed deal were released to the public Thursday.
Curt Schilling, founder of 38 Studios, confirmed to WPRI.com on Thursday afternoon that he was never deposed in the case.