High-Tech Weaponry Dubious In Boston Crowd Case

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The Boston police mistake that led to the death of a college student after a Boston Red Sox victory was being too quick to resort to high-tech weaponry that wasn’t necessarily designed for controlling large, unruly crowds, writes Northeastern University criminologist James Alan Fox in the Washington Post. Purchased with federal grant money for July’s
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