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Plymouth County DA Settles Lawsuit With Prosecutor Who Refused To Contribute To Re-Election Campaign

John Bradley, a former assistant district attorney in Plymouth County, will get $150,000 and 18 1/2 months retroactive reinstatement so he can vest in the state’s retirement system, and his lawyers will get $98,000, as a result of a settlement negotiated by the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office on behalf of Timothy Cruz, the district attorney of Plymouth County. Cruz, a Republican, fired Bradley; Bradley claimed that Cruz fired him because he was a whistleblower and refused to contribute to Cruz’s re-election; Cruz admits no wrongdoing in the settlement, but Bradley’s lawyer says the settlement speaks for itself. 



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