|By Mark Hayward, The New Hampshire Union Leader, Manchester|
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Clow said selectmen weren't involved in the discussions and didn't know about the
"I guess I can say I'm just glad it's behind us," Clow said. "No doubt it will reflect on our premium from
Two months ago,
"The purpose of this release is to 'buy peace' from further dispute and controversy between and among" the DeJesus family and
Lawyers for both the DeJesus estate and
The lawyer for the DeJesus estate,
"That's really no way in a settlement that you'd be able to do that," Vogelman said. "What happens to him is technically private."
Clow said Nadeau remains a police officer in the town, which he said he's OK with. He said he never had an issue with Nadeau before the deJesus matter, and the town police department has changed since October, when
"You will see that in the months and years ahead, we have a different department, a different atmosphere, a different level of respect between the department and the community." But he said it will take time.
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