Boston police spying on antiwar protesters - ACLU gets documentsRead more »
Most recent Boston Police Dept newsletter on the fact that people wanted to be able to vote on memorials for cops throughout JP - "To the best of our knowledge, only in Jamaica Plain, which is now home to a garden variety of assorted Communists and Socialists, have the “community activist” types (translation: those
who have no lives) complained. Also, lookout for the racist poem "SAND" at the end.
The Department of Homeland Security plans to release a literal live bacteria on Boston area subways “sometime” this summer in what they have dubbed a terror test.
The release of the bacteria bacillus subtilis in Boston subways to test bio weapon sensors is apparently a non event with the corporate media claiming that the bacteria is completely harmless to healthy people.
The settlement follows a landmark ruling last August by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, declaring that the First Amendment protects the right to record police carrying out their duties in a public place...
"The law had been clear for years that openly recording a video is not a crime..."
The court's opinion made clear that people cannot be arrested simply for documenting the actions of police officers in public...
"The First Amendment includes the freedom to observe and document the conduct of government officials, which is crucial to a democracy and a free society."Read more »
BOSTON (AP) - Boston police are looking for the vandals who knocked the head off a statue of Jesus outside a Roman Catholic church named for Mother Teresa.
The Rev. Jack Ahern of Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta at St. Margaret's church in the city's Dorchester section says when he arrived at the church Sunday morning the statue's head was lying on the ground in pieces and the statue had been knocked off its base.Read more »
Trains were forced to pass through the station without stopping, meaning passengers had to get off at a different station and walk, or take a bus back, to the building. The Pentagon is also a major transit point for a number of area buses, and people lined up by the hundreds as police investigated.
“We determined it was a battery-operated Christmas ornament,” Layman said.Read more »
Police seek to charge person for hate crime for posting on a traffic control device NO LATINOS NO TACOS
Traffic Sign On Palmetto: 'No Latinos, No Tacos'
Sign Hacked On S.R. 826
POSTED: Tuesday, May 25, 2010
UPDATED: 1:03 pm EDT May 25, 2010
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