Updated: Travis DA Says CPRIT Investigation is Ongoing

Updated, Jan. 23, 4 p.m.:

The Travis County district attorney’s office clarified on Wednesday that its criminal investigation of the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas “is ongoing and aggressive.” The comments followed assurances made Tuesday by a spokesman for CPRIT, chairman Jimmy Mansour, that "CPRIT, as an organization, and all current board members, are free from suspicion in the ongoing CPRIT investigation."

“Chairman Mansour and other current CPRIT board members are not under suspicion in the investigation,” Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg said in a statement, adding that her office may continue to question CPRIT ...

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