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    Briggs 'devastated and baffled' by investigation

    Children's Theatre director retains Diane de Seve, the attorney who represented Michael Litfin

    Pat Briggs, the director of the Palo Alto Children's Theatre suspended during a police investigation, is "devastated and baffled by this investigation," her attorney, Diane de Seve, said Saturday following release of a statement by police Chief Lynne Johnson.

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    Jay Thorwaldson

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    Posted by Paul Wanless
    a resident of Mountain View
    on Feb 11, 2008 at 10:31 pm

    Pat, I have complete faith in you...I don't know what the police are honestly thinking; I know you would never do anything like this. Here's hoping you are able to quickly return to carry on the fine quality that so many people have come to respect over the years. I'm busy, but I'm keeping up with events.


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