How bootleg attorneys prey on immigrants hoping to secure the American Dream
Still a few questions remain, namely: Is that other entity also private? Is the city involved? The state?
“Nobody is telling the truth. These people are all walking around with their hands up and they’re totally lying."
Earlier this year, DigBoston contributor Bill Hayduke visited the homeless shelter on Long Island for two nights in writing a feature about life there that continues to find thousands of new readers in Boston and beyond on a weekly basis. Since the reception has been so strong, we have asked him to continue following the story as the shelter has been closed, and as hundreds scramble for a warm place to stay this winter.
There’s no way a relatively privileged middle-class reporter could actually know what life is like on Long Island without staying there. And so in June, that’s exactly what I did.