BOSTON (AP) -- A 16-page report released by the Middlesex district attorney's office that detailed results of an independent review of how the office handled the case against Jared Remy, who had been arrested on charges of assaulting his girlfriend two days before he killed her, was missing 19 pages, according to a published report.
The pages were released Thursday after a public records request by The Boston Globe.
The missing pages included summaries of interviews with prosecutors and victim advocates, as well as the table of contents, making it impossible for the public to know some portions were excluded.
District Attorney Marian Ryan defended her decision to withhold the pages, saying the report was released voluntarily.
Remy, the son of Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy, pleaded guilty in May to killing Jennifer Martel.