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Rwandan man charged in Massachusetts with immigration fraud and perjury

Court records allege involvement in 1994 genocide - BOSTON, MA: — A Rwandan man, who fled his home country near the end of the 1994 genocide, was arrested in Massachusetts by special agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) on Friday and charged in federal court with immigration fraud and perjury in connection with his application for benefits. Jean Leonard Teganya, 46, was charged with one count of immigration fraud and one count of perjury. Teganya…
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State Police Assist with Rally Protest Security and Arrests

Boston, MA: - As planned, Massachusetts State Police assisted Boston Police with security operations at today’s “Free Speech” rally on Boston Common and several counter-protests. Numerous troopers from patrol, K9, and tactical units were deployed, along with State Police public order platoons — troopers specially trained in protest response and crowd control. The State Police Air Wing provided overflight support and monitored the activity from above. The majority of demonstrators did not engage in criminal activity. The “free speech” rally…
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GRAND ARMY of the REPUBLIC – UNION Civil War Statue to Be Erected on Town Green by Ludlow Patriots

from affiliate VT Strong - LUDLOW, VT: Okemo Valley – Before a large crowd of strong American citizens, the Board of Selectmen met Monday August 7, 2017 at Town Hall on Depot Street in the Village of Ludlow. The Selectmen heard the Paul Barton proposal to erect a monument to the Grand Army of the Republic. The proposal was moved, seconded and passed. This will be Ludlow’s first monument statue in Honor of the Civil War ancestors. Share More:  
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Free speech took a back seat to public safety at Saturday’s demonstrations

Boston, MA: by Dan Kennedy, Media Nation - It's now clear why no one could hear the right-wing speakers on the Boston Common on Saturday. The police kept demonstrators 75 yards away, and the speakers didn't have any amplification. I'm not sure whether that was a police decision or a result of their own poor planning. (And I doubt it would have made a difference.) The police had a huge dilemma on their hands. Even though the vast majority of the 40,000…
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