Acting Registrar Jamey Tesler delivered an update on the RMV review that stemmed from a June 21 New Hampshire crash that killed seven people.

Registry’s Boston Headquarters
A Jesse Costa/WBUR file photo

– News covered by Quincy Quarry News with commentary added.

The Acting Registrar of Motor Vehicles announces over five thousand Massachusetts driver’s licenses have suspended amid review.

The Acting Registrar made this announcement yesterday as well as added that even more suspensions are likely to follow given the still ongoing outside audit review of the Registry’s hot mess at its Quincy-based Merit Rating Board unit.

Soon to also be under fire?
A Rinaldi Healey/Boston Globe file photo

Quincy Quarry considered reaching out to Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey for comment. 

For example, as regard the possibility of legal action filed against the malefactor(s) at the Merit Rating Board.

No comment, however, is only to be expected as the Attorney General is a member of specially designed three person oversight board of the Merit Rating Board

As such, among other likelihoods, she is looking at having to recuse herself, if not also facing at least negligence allegations as the oversight board had not meet any sooner than 2015 before it finally meet late last month to fire the Director of the Merit Rating Board.

Source: More than 5,200 Massachusetts driver’s licenses suspended amid RMV review, acting registrar says

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