“The gratuitous militarization of police forces across the United States facilitated by this program has helped to turn these agencies into brutal weapons of repression.”
The story of a former Massachusetts statie whose career was “submarined”—told here 20 years later—reflects the struggles progressive and Black cops still face in a corrupt department that eschews reform
Gross, rumored as mayoral candidate, didn’t register to vote in Hub until October 2019
“If Massachusetts agencies could skirt the public records law by characterizing the receipt of documents as a loan, that would have been [an] invitation to a substantial amount of mischief.”
The woman later told police that he assaulted her, while “McHale had maintained that any contact between himself and the woman was consensual.”
Bridging the chasm between law enforcement and justice, part 4
Bridging the chasm between law enforcement and justice, Part 3
In addition to celebrating Black women, BLM Boston was also gathering to demand the city of Boston redirect the $40.1 million that is budgeted for policing into schools and resources that will benefit the community.