Boston Chief Vows Overhaul Of Cop “Dumping Ground”

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The Boston Police Identification Unit has for decades been a “dumping ground” for troubled cops who were responsible for handling critical evidence used to put suspected rapists and killers behind bars, reports the Boston Herald. Some police officers deemed unfit for street duty were regularly exiled by former commissioners Paul F. Evans and Francis “Mickey”
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