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No suspicion in death of local pol
Straight talk, from straight faces
Monday, June 27, 2016, 02:33:UTC)(
26 June 2010
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One reason for the lack of official concern is that Nyman was an accomplished swimmer, and often swam laps wearing a full business suit. Secondly, Nyman's foes are neither sufficiently numerous nor gifted to have authored foul play. According to Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz, "There aren't enough Republicans in the House of Representatives to demand a roll call, much less push a grown man into a swimming pool. And the ones who are there can't mastermind a convincing re-election campaign. A political assassination is way beyond them."
Finally, the state legislature long ago settled all the controversial issues, such as gay marriage, a raising of the sales tax and its extension to liquor, which already had a 30% tax, and granting of in-state college tuition to illegals. There was nothing on the docket except casino gambling. House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo said, "Whenever the General Court picks winners and losers, involving a new industry created out of state-granted franchises to exactly three organizations claiming to be Native American despite long, pointy noses, it is done in an atmosphere of total, backslapping harmony."
Regarding the tendency to swim in street clothes, Mr. DeLeo added, "One attribute I encourage in the Members is to live their lives without concern for appearances and public sensibilities. Really, there is no news here."
- Colneth Smiley, Jr. "Hanover state rep pronounced dead after being found in pool". Boston Herald, June 26, 2010