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Murray questioned in Chelsea housing scandal

Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray was questioned under oath last week by state and federal investigators looking into the Chelsea Housing Authority scandal, amid an active grand jury probe into potentially criminal fund-raising for Murray by the disgraced former head of the agency, Michael E. McLaughlin.

The rare questioning of one of the state’s top elected officials took place in an office rather than a courthouse, allowing Murray to avoid an appearance before a grand jury like other witnesses. Murray’s lawyer, former US Attorney Donald K. Stern, was present.

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