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Police head defends role after wrongful imprisonment

Was detective in rape case; settles civil suit

Edward F. Davis said he did his job, following the evidence. Edward F. Davis said he did his job, following the evidence.
By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / December 25, 2008

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Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis said yesterday that he did nothing wrong when, as a Lowell detective in the 1980s, he led an investigation of a rape and assault that led to a man's wrongful conviction and 19-year imprisonment. (Full article: 714 words)

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