Public has a right to know who's risking lives

Jul 8, 2010 Full story: Seacoast Online

State Rep. Laura Pantelakos has our full support as she plans to file a bill to change the Driver Privacy Act, which allows some public workers, including police officers, who get in car accidents while on the job to hide behind a law whose spirit and intent is to protect the privacy of private citizens.

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Exeter, NH

#1 Jul 8, 2010
"Seabrook Police Chief Patrick Manthorn said he had "no idea" if Tetrault was cited by investigating state troopers. Manthorn either doesn't take this matter seriously or is woefully ignorant of the status of the officers in his charge."

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