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Audio files and emails from the 38 Studios investigation are now accessible on the Rhode Island State Police website.  Most of the information was already available, but some had previously been sealed from the public by a court order that has since been lifted.  The video game design company owned by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling secured a 75-million-dollar loan guarantee from the state to move from Massachusetts to Rhode Island.  It went bankrupt in 2012 and a four year investigation into its financial collapse resulted in a 2016 announcement that there would be no criminal charges filed.  




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