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Murphy apologizes

The Boston Herald reports that Judge Ernest Murphy has sent a letter to the Boston Globe apologizing for using court stationery in his handwritten missives to Herald publisher Pat Purcell. Murphy reportedly says in the letter that he didn’t realize it was illegal to use his official letterhead for personal business. (Via Romenesko.)


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  1. Steve

    The mind boggles. I guess the fact that he didn’t know it was illegal to use his official letterhead completely obscured the fact that it was stupid.

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