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Brien no longer defendant in fraud suit

January 2, 2014

City Councilman Albert Brien, pictured here shortly after winning a primary election in November, won a legal victory this week when a judge dismissed a lawsuit against him. (File photo by Ernest A. Brown)

WOONSOCKET – City Council President Albert G. Brien and his real estate brokerage company have been released as defendants from a Superior Court lawsuit accusing them of being involved in series of fraudulent land acquisitions made by the operators of the state landfill in Johnston.

For full story, see page 1 of Friday's Call.

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