New York City Comptroller Elizabeth Holtzman said Thursday that a city report on a controversial campaign loan she received in 1992 "is not the whole truth," and it would be unfair to release the findings before a city panel can review the matter.

The city Department of Investigation on Friday concluded its investigation into conflict of interest charges surrounding a $450,000 loan made by Fleet Bank to Holtzman's failed U.S. Senate campaign and her office's recommendation of Fleet Securities as a co-manager of city bonds.

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