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Ex-Sox GM, mayor lose ticket deal case

Panel says pair violated laws but doesn’t issue fines

Mayor James M. Ruberto of Pittsfield (right), and ex-Red Sox general manager Dan Duquette. Duquette was found guilty on one count of conflict of interest while Ruberto was guilty on three. Mayor James M. Ruberto of Pittsfield (right), and ex-Red Sox general manager Dan Duquette. Duquette was found guilty on one count of conflict of interest while Ruberto was guilty on three. (Yoon S. Byun/ Globe Staff/ File 2010)
By Marissa Lang
Globe Correspondent / July 27, 2010

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Mayor James M. Ruberto of Pittsfield and former Boston Red Sox general manager Daniel Duquette violated state conflict-of-interest laws in the exchange of World Series tickets in 2004 before a deal that brought a Duquette-owned baseball team to Pittsfield, the State Ethics Commission said yesterday. (Full article: 540 words)

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