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Garrison Keillor investigation detailed as Minnesota Public Radio defends decision to fire him

Minnesota Public Radio has released further information about its investigation into former "A Prairie Home Companion" host Garrison Keillor, rebutting claims by its onetime associate that he was fired for putting his hand on a woman's bare back while comforting her.

In a long letter addressed to its listeners, members and staffers on Tuesday, MPR's president, Jon McTaggart, talked about the organization's process

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