Regarding the public records request initiated with the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine by the Boston Globe for documents related to the Dr. Roger Ian Hardy case, Pyle comments:
“I commend the attorney general for not standing by the secretary of state here,” says Prince Lobel media attorney Jeffrey Pyle. “The ruling by his supervisor of public records . . . is just as wrong as it could possibly be. It is wrong, wrong, wrong. I fail to discern any logic to it. It is troubling to me that the supervisor, who is supposed to be an advocate for the public’s right to know, seems to be performing the opposite function in some cases.”
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