“Insidious” Intimidation Needs Work: Prosecutor

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Massachusetts should give more protection to victims and witnesses and more harshly punish those who try to intimidate them, says Suffolk, Ma., District Attorney Daniel Conley. The Boston Globe says Conley told a legislative hearing that witnesses are intimidated in 90 percent of cases involving guns, gangs, and serious violence that pass through his office.
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