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Cahill co-defendant acquitted of corruption charges

Former state treasurer Timothy P. Cahill’s co-defendant was cleared of corruption charges today, but a jury continued to deliberate on charges that Cahill himself used public money to boost his faltering 2010 gubernatorial campaign when he authorized an ad campaign touting the state lottery.

Scott Campbell, Cahill’s former campaign manager, was acquitted by a Suffolk Superior Court jury of two conspiracy charges.

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