Police Chief DiVenere apparently feels chagrin about his remarks that he suspected a cover up in the case of Officer Robert Mosback.
The Hartford Courant's Don Stacom has a story his morning about a memorandum the chief wrote to the entire force in the wake of my story the other day about his "cover up" comments.
Here are some of the words the chief used, according to the Courant: "This was a private comment made in complete frustration. ... I do sincerely hope that this was not the case and that this did not happen, but I said what I said during the heat of the moment. ...Please know that I regret any unintended consequences of those words and certainly never expected them to be in print."
If anyone has a copy of the memo, I'd love to see it. You can email it to me at email@example.com. Otherwise, I'll post it next week when I get a copy from the city.
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