Four years ago, the Portland Police Bureau closed its case involving sexual-assault allegations brought by a masseuse against former Vice President Al Gore. In a statement released Thursday, police shed light on the reasoning behind the official re-opening. Citing “procedural issues” with the initial investigation, Portland's police chief went on to say, “There should have been command-level review at the time on the specifics of this case and decisions on whether the investigation should go forward.” Apparently low-level officials made the call back in 2006 to close the case. No new evidence or information has been disclosed.
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