Former Rhode Island Gov. Donald Carcieri broke his silence on the 38 Studios LLC fiasco, saying he took responsibility for his support of the video game company but also questioning whether incumbent Gov. Lincoln Chafee could have monitored the situation better.

Carcieri in 2010 supported a $75 million loan guarantee, backed by the state's moral obligation, that the Rhode Island Economic Development Corp. provided video-game company 38 Studios, owned by former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.

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