POLITICS
01/12/2012 10:16 am ET Updated Mar 13, 2012

Nashua City Clerk Demands Charges Against James O'Keefe

In one instance a poll worker in a Manchester ward realized the undercover imposter was not who he said he was because she knew the dead person in question. That incident was reported in the Boston Herald.

Nashua City Clerk Paul Bergeron is outraged, and noted that in addition to the legal ramifications, what these filmmakers did in that instance is morally and ethically wrong.

"Her husband just died 10 days ago," said Bergeron, referring to an interview in today's Boston Herald with Rachel Groux of Manchester, widow of Roger Groux, died December 31.

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