Boston Police Threatening to Arrest Journalists for Making Phone Calls and Public Records Requestsby Carlos Miller
Dec. 24, 2013
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Boston police threatened to arrest a journalist for making phone calls to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, accusing him of being way too “aggressive” in his quest for public records, vowing to charge him with criminal harassment for the “scary” tactics he insists on using during his phone calls.