Roughly 600 pages of records unsealed in federal court last week provide new details about the lengths to which Vermont state officials went in concealing the Northeast Kingdom fraud from investors, the public and the press.
The Shumlin administration misled investors and federal agencies in a push to finish the Burke hotel, according to a new filing in federal court.
State regulators and the Vermont Attorney General's Office hid the fraud from investors and the public for 13 months before the SEC shut down the Jay Peak projects, according to a suit filed in federal court this week.
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A former Stowe police officer says it was an extramarital affair between two unhappy people. But Rachel Fisher is speaking up about what she calls “the darkest days of my life,” alleging five years of coercion and sexual abuse by a powerful cop against a single mother and housecleaner.
A Human Rights Commission investigation found that state police gave preferential treatment to a tenant who "terrorized" the Clemmons family. The commission agreed with the report's conclusions and the probe was made public last week.
A lawyer for Alex MacLean, who served as former Gov. Peter Shumlin’s deputy chief of staff, took strong exception to the claim included in a filing by attorneys for indicted former Jay Peak president and CEO Bill Stenger.