Gaming panel head is pressed to reveal terms of settlement

Group asks about 2007 abuse claim against McGee

The Boston Globe
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / May 9, 2012
Original article here

A leading children’s advocacy group Tuesday called on the new acting director of the state’s gambling commission to disclose the terms of a child sexual abuse settlement, joining critics who have demanded a closer look at the allegations. The Massachusetts Citizens for Children said the gambling commission should press Carl Stanley McGee to provide details of the confidential civil settlement he reached with the teenage boy who accused him of sexual assault in 2007.

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