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Cahill accuses ex-aides of plot to help Baker

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By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / October 8, 2010

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In a politically explosive lawsuit, independent gubernatorial candidate Timothy P. Cahill accused his former top strategists and aides yesterday of conspiring to sabotage his candidacy, saying they orchestrated the defection of his running mate and plotted to give damaging information and internal campaign tactics to the team of GOP rival Charles D. Baker and the Republican Governors Association. (Full article: 1573 words)

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