Both Chris Hughes and his father Al, who made headlines last week by towing a trailer around with messages deriding Bethlehem officials involved in Chris Hughes' complaint, addressed the board.
Both questioned the validity of the town's investigation, with Chris Hughes asking why, if the town is conducting a thorough investigation, he was never asked to be interviewed by Beebe.
Cunningham said a letter of intent to interrogate stemming from a May 17 meeting between he and Hughes was to serve as his interview, but Hughes said the letter pertained specifically to the meeting with the supervisor and not to the allegations made against Corsi.
"You're lying to the people, Jack," Hughes said at the Sept. 9 meeting. "I'd be more than happy to talk to Deputy Chief Beebe."
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