July 27, 2013

Boston Criminals Free From Scrutiny

Edwin Alemany, Suspect Arrested With Long Arrest Record

Amy Lord, 24, Homicide Victim

"The Herald reported that he was living in public housing, with a rap sheet that would make a hardened criminal blush and yet still free to roam the streets." Police priorities are the same as the priorities of the TSA at airports. Police refuse to profile likely criminals, or even known criminals with a long history of arrests for violent crimes,  drunk drivers etc.;  just as the TSA refuses to profile likely terrorists. They focus instead on vulnerable civilians who are unlikely to be able to commit a crime. TSA searches 5-year-olds and 90-year-olds. Massachusetts police especially in Cambridge focus on 70-year-old white males who write, make videos and petition city and state government agencies to stop criminal abuses of vulnerable persons. Is that why there are so many violent criminals running free in and around Boston? Cambridge police and Harvard University campus cops conduct relentless harassment and character assassination every day for fun and for profit on property owned and operated by the President and Fellows of Harvard College. James Bulger and his merry band of colleagues, were free to conduct their violent business in the Boston area for 30 years. Harvard University is likewise free from any accountability to local, state or US laws, to abuse vulnerable civilians without any response from government agencies whose mission is to protect vulnerable persons. “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”- Voltaire

Wake-up call for city
Saturday, July 27, 2013
By: Boston Herald Staff

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