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December 14, 2012

Ex-chief accuses town of slander

Attorney seeking unspecified settlement from Salisbury

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“This story would not make just a good novel, it would make a five star-rated movie,” Kendall said. “This was nothing short of a witch hunt against Chief L’Esperance.”

Harrington said yesterday he was advised by the town’s attorney not to comment on the claims made in the presentation letter. However, selectmen and Harrington will meet with town counsel on Monday in a private session concerning this latest turn of events in the L’Esperance situation.

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