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That work, Rich said, I’m so sorry, Mitt Rom- iting scholar at Harvard University who her mother, Ann, three years ago, say- had been derailed by the Moslimanys’ ney. brought a libel suit against a mother ing the women had engaged in a cam- defamatory statements. I’ve been pretty and daughter who had publicly accused paign to “publicly embarrass, humili- “It’s about being able to say clearly tough on you over the the academic of fabricating her creden- ate, and destroy” her by spreading lies and powerfully that what has been years, and now I feel tials, even attending scientific confer- about her on the Internet, through so- written. . is untrue and a jury has so just awful about it. ences to besmirch her reputation. cial media, and in e-mails to her profes- concluded and awarded millions of dol- I criticized you for Saudi Arabian scientist Hayat Sindi sional associates. lars of damages as a result thereof,” he throwing Massachusetts sobbed when the jury announced its Rich said the verdict shows the said. verdict in US District Court, said her Moslimanys’ comments about Sindi The Moslimanys and their lawyer, Hayat Sindi filed suit under the bus in the ser- lawyer David H. Rich. were false. The decision, the attorney LAWSUIT, Page B8 three years ago. vice of your presidential ambitions. I gave you a hard time for grandstanding on immigration and flip-flopping on oth- er issues. I joined in the ridicule over your decision to strap your dog Seamus to the roof of the family car on a road trip. I have called you overly stage-man- ‘This is the worst I’ve SJC says ever seen, as aged, even boring. And I hammered you for that 47 per- cent speech, in which you wrote off al- most half the nation as moochers, saying far as scale and scandal at it was no use going after their votes be- cause you’d “never convince them that they should take personal responsibility conditions.’ KYLE QUIGLEY, lab means lead veterinarian for and care for their lives.” OK, that was pretty bad. Or so I thought at the time. Now I long for those days. Because the Animal Rescue League of Boston new trials now I see how bad bad can be. Corrupt chemist Your party has nominated an ignorant narcissist for president. His vile rhetoric tainted evidence has brought racists, anti-Semites, and By John R. Ellement misogynists out into the open. Our politi- and Evan Allen cal discourse has not been this base in GLOBE STAFF decades. It’s difficult to fathom, but the The state’s highest court said folks who nominated you just four short Wednesday that people convicted years ago are now willing to have this or- on drug charges in cases that in- ange study in amorality yell “You’re volved a disgraced state chemist, fired!” at nuclear missiles. Annie Dookhan, can seek new tri- I know I’m not telling you anything als. you don’t know, governor. Last year, the Supreme Judicial Always and forever will I love you for Court gave special permission to giving that speech in March excoriating people to undo their pleas if they Trump, calling him a con man and a had pleaded guilty to drug charges fake, noting that his is “the very brand of in Dookhan-related cases. On anger that has led other nations into the Wednesday, it ruled that the same abyss.” After making the mistake of ac- protection must be extended to cepting his endorsement back in 2012, some defendants who went to trial. you’re now one of the few Republicans “Regardless whether a defen- willing to call him out. And you’ve stood dant pleads guilty to a drug offense your ground, even as other former critics or is found guilty at trial. . the evi- dence is still potentially tainted by have caved. Dookhan’s misconduct,’’ Chief Jus- The ugliness of which you warned has tice Ralph D. Gants wrote for the been on full display in Cleveland. We’ve court. “The taint is still attributable had a cavalcade of D-list celebrities and to the government [because] it also-rans offering nothing whatsoever in may be impossible for the defen- the way of proposals: It’s all Hillary ha- PHOTOS BY DEBEE TLUMACKI FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE dant to prove [their] case. . was tred, all the time. Chachi tweeted out a Police announced they had found hundreds of dead and injured animals at a 71-acre Westport actually tainted by Dookhan’s mis- disgusting, unprintable slur. Rudy Giu- property, tucked away down a winding dirt road. conduct.’’ liani, rejected lap-dog Chris Christie, and Dookhan worked in a Depart- Tales of animal abuse a host of others whipped the flagging ment of Public Health lab in Jamai- crowd into frenzies over the other party’s ca Plain from 2003 to 2012, testing nominee, pronouncing her GUILTY! of suspected drugs. She admitted to all manner of crimes and calling, repeat- tampering with samples, forging edly, for her to be locked up. Some rep results in favor of law enforcement. from New Hampshire said she should be shot for treason. Ben Carson, loopy as ev- er, spoke of Lucifer’s role in her life, or something. Few had anything positive to emerge at tenant farm Her actions may have compro- mised 24,000 cases. She served a three-year sentence for perjury and evidence tampering. say about Trump, parroting instead the By Reis Thebault aged by individual tenants. Most of the 20 ten- Jake Wark, a spokesman for nominee’s own vacant boasts. Not even GLOBE CORRESPONDENT ants, who raise livestock to sell or for personal Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. his third wife (Trust her, he’s loyal!) could WESTPORT — The stench was overpowering, consumption, had chronically neglected their ani- Conley, said prosecutors believe the wails piercing. Cows were trapped in barbed mals and their lots, said Tony Cestodio, a West- the SJC’s ruling would have a negli- humanize him — not even with Michelle wire, emaciated dogs were kept on short chains in port police detective sergeant. SJC, Page B4 Obama’s words. pens littered with broken glass. Pigs lived in the “They clearly don’t care,” he said. “They don’t Lord, how I long for stage-managed trash that they ate. care about the condition of the animal; they don’t and boring now. Animals at a tenant farm here had been living care about the condition of the lot.” Your convention was so sweet and grown-up by comparison (Dirty Harry and the empty chair notwithstanding). in deplorable conditions for months, probably years, said Kyle Quigley, the lead veterinarian for the Animal Rescue League of Boston. The tenants who did look after their parcels apparently ignored the abuse around them, he added. Students’ Your wife Ann’s speech was utterly ador- able, as is she. She talked about meeting you at a dance when you were kids, and “This is the worst I’ve ever seen, as far as scale and conditions,” he said Wednesday, a day after police announced they had found hundreds of “It would seem so because it’s pretty obvious to us that some of these animals needed help,” he said. racist rants you were “tall and laughed a lot, [and] nervous;” about being the parents of five little boys, all “screaming at once” on dead and injured animals at the 71-acre property, tucked away down a winding dirt road. The property is divided into 20 lots, each man- Officials identified the property owner as Westport resident Richard Medeiros, who was WESTPORT, Page B5 online stun long winter afternoons; about her health struggles and your patience and love. Wellesley Unlike what we’re seeing this week, your speech was a model of civility and hope. “We are a good and generous peo- ple who are united by so much more N.H. official calls Clinton ‘garbage’ By Vivian Wang GLOBE CORRESPONDENT In a series of Facebook messag- than what divides us,” you said. So es that have prompted an investi- quaint! Yes, you criticized the president, Trump adviser gation by the Wellesley police, stu- dents at Wellesley High School but you did it in a way that kept dignity — yours and his — intact. You took him says she should be and elsewhere used racial and ho- mophobic slurs and made jokes down for not knowing enough about business — not for being a secret Muslim ‘shot for treason’ about lynching and genocide, sev- eral students said Wednesday. or an ISIS sympathizer or a criminal. By Jim O’Sullivan “ Yo u [ e x p l e t i v e ] h a t e [ N - And you actually laid out specific policy GLOBE STAFF words], right?” read one message, proposals. 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The contrast between tion in Cleveland, state Representa- were provided to the Globe by a that bucolic scene and the ugliness in tive Al Baldasaro, a Londonderry Wellesley High School student, Cleveland could not be more stark. Republican, called the presumptive who said he was not involved in Or, for me, more painful. Forgive me! Democratic nominee “a piece of gar- the private chat. The messages bage.” surfaced after a Wellesley High RICHARD DREW/ASSOCIATED PRESS/FILE Globe columnist Yvonne Abraham can be Baldasaro likened Clinton to Jane School student posted screenshots reached at [email protected] Fonda, the actress who famously vis- Al Baldasaro said on a Boston radio program that Hillary Clinton of the exchange on his Facebook BALDASARO, Page B4 should be “put in the firing line and shot for treason.” WELLESLEY, Page B5

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Edison said Coyle lives near Also Wednesday, a judge re- voked Coyle’s bail on a sepa- rate pending charge of OUI from July 14, according to cases with his car Tuesday after- noon, police said, prompting a pursuit that spanned several told them it was clear the sus- pect was not in the “right frame of mind” and he was not lights while swerving between lanes, leaving skid marks and a cloud of smoke in his tracks, Irving Street, but the home- owners did not know him be- fore the confrontation. court records. After his arrest Tuesday, Coyle allegedly told police, may be retried towns and surpassed 70 miles forming complete sentences. the report said. “There was no reason for that he “deserved to be shot” per hour as it wound through The three exchanged words With the help of officers him to be doing what he was for driving so fast down a side tight residential streets. as they walked out to the from other towns, police doing, and it just happened to street. The police report said The confrontation began driveway, and when the home- caught up to the suspect and be the house he went into,” Coyle estimated that he was shortly before 3 p.m. when two owners threatened to call po- arrested him in the parking lot Edison said. traveling 100 miles per hour. SJC people arrived at their Irving lice, Coyle apparently became of a Medfield CVS. Coyle was arraigned A film of Suboxone, a drug Continued from Page B1 Street home to find 32-year- agitated and jumped into his The homeowner, who de- Wednesday in Wrentham Dis- used to treat opioid addiction, gible impact, since few of the old Daniel Snapgene crack key - Activators Patch rummaging gray Toyota Corolla, the report clined to comment Wednes- trict Court, where he pleaded was found with Coyle’s wallet, 7,491 individuals connected to around in their basement, ac- said. day, was taken to a hospital not guilty to charges including police said. Dookhan in Suffolk County cording to a report from Millis He allegedly drove through with minor injuries. assault and battery with a dan- went to trial. Most pleaded police. the backyard as one of the ho- Millis Police Chief Keith F. gerous weapon, unlicensed op- Trisha Thadani can be reached guilty, he said. When the homeowners con- meowners reached into the car Edison said that while car eration of a motor vehicle, and at [email protected] “Given the speed and effi- fronted him, police said, Coyle in an attempt to stop Coyle be- chases do not happen often in reckless operation of motor ve- Follow her on Twitter ciency with which we’ve tack- said something along the lines fore he whipped onto the resi- the area, the Millis Police De- hicle. @TrishaThadani led the [Dookhan] crisis, we’re confident it will present a mini- mal disruption’’ to the court system, Wark wrote in an e- COUNTER MOVE — mail. Andrew Beckwith, In Wednesday’s ruling, the president of the court threw out the 2006 Suf- Massachusetts Family folk Superior Court drug traf- Institute, soon turned over ficking conviction of Daniel Francis. The court made clear the megaphone to that Boston police and prosecu- Representative James R. tors were not aware of Lyons Jr., a Republican Dookhan’s misdeeds at the from Andover, right center. time. Several conservative Francis’s appellate attorney, advocacy groups who want David J. Rotondo, called the to repeal the recently ruling a positive development for his client and for others like passed transgender rights him who went to trial but never law staged their first rally challenged the key forensic evi- in front of the State House dence used against them — the Wednesday. They hope to drugs. put a referendum before He said Francis served at voters in two years. least five years in state prison, was deported to his native Ja- maica, and may now have a chance to return to the United States and clear his name. The ruling was also wel- comed by the Massachusetts Bar Association, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the PAT GREENHOUSE/GLOBE STAFF Committee for Public Counsel Ser vices, which have been pushing the SJC and prosecu- tors to aggressively respond to LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION – HIGHWAY DIVISION NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING CITATION ON PETITION FOR FORMAL ADJUDICATION Docket No. SU16P1490EA Commonwealth Walsh, Kennedy added to the crisis created by Dookhan’s misdeeds. “We think that the level of misconduct and misrepresenta- list of convention speakers Project File No. 606189 of Massachusetts The Trial Court A Design Public Hearing will be held by MassDOT to dis- Probate and Family Court tion and fraud that occurred in cuss the proposed intersection improvement project along Suffolk Probate and Family Route 38 at four locations in Lowell, MA. Court the Annie Dookhan matter ris- 24 New Chardon Street WHERE: Pollard Memorial Library Boston, MA 02114 es to the level of not being con- Meeting Room 617-788-8300 401 Merrimack Street stitutionally sound,” said Mar- Lowell, MA how to install ytd video downloader - Crack Key For U Estate of: Peter F. Crawford By Meghan E. Irons tin W. Healy, chief legal counsel WHEN: Thursday, July 28, 2016 @ 7:00 PM Date of Death: 06/04/2014 and Frank Phillips of the bar association. “Any- PURPOSE: The purpose of this hearing is to provide the To all interested persons: public with the opportunity to become fully acquainted A Petition for Formal Adju- dication of Intestacy and GLOBE STAFF body that’s convicted by a jury with the proposed improvement project on the Route 38 intersections. All views and comments made at the hear- Appointment of Personal Representative has been When the Democrats meet of their peers deserves to be ei- ing will be reviewed and considered to the maximum ex- tent possible. filed by Philip A. Crawford for their convention next week ther tried anew or the decision PROPOSAL: The project will upgrade signals and intersec- of Surprise AZ requesting that the Court in Philadelphia, at least three should be dismissed or vacated tion geometry to address crash potential at four intersec- tions along the Route 38 corridor: Rogers Street (Route enter a formal Decree and Order and for such other prominent state pols— Mayor altogether.” 38) at Phoenix Avenue and Douglas Road, Rogers Street relief as requested in the (Route 38) at Boylston Street, Nesmith Street (Route 38) Petition. Martin J. Walsh, US Senator Benjamin Selman, who filed at Andover Street (Route 133/110), and Nesmith Street The Petitioner requests (Route 38) at East Merrimack Street. Roadway widening that: Elizabeth Warren, and US Rep- a friend of the court brief on be- will occur along Route 38 between Andover Street and Philiip A. Crawford East Merrimack Street to accommodate two travel lanes of Surprise AZ resentative Joseph P. Kennedy half of the Committee on Public in each direction. Some improvements at Nesmith Street be appointed as Personal and Stackpole Street will also be included for interconnec- Representative(s) of said III — will be among the speak- Counsel Services, called the rul- tion. Sidewalk accessibility improvements will be provided estate to serve on the bond in accordance with applicable design guides. in an unsupervised admin- ers rallying the crowd. Left to right: Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Senator Elizabeth ing an “important step.’’ istration. A secure right-of-way is necessary for this project. Acquisi- tions in fee and permanent or temporary easements may Kennedy, confronted at the Warren, and Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III have all “The decision is sound, well- IMPORTANT NOTICE be required. The city is responsible for acquiring all needed rights in private or public lands. MassDOT’s policy concern- You have the right to ob- State House, confirmed he will endorsed Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for president. reasoned, and represents an- tain a copy of the Petition ing land acquisitions will be discussed at this hearing. from the Petitioner or get a prime-time speaking spot other important step toward at the Court. You have a Written views received by MassDOT subsequent to the date of this notice and up to five (5) days prior to the date right to object to this pro- ceeding. To do so, you or Monday night at the Democrat- dorsed Clinton’s candidacy, but not be determined until con- rectifying the tremendous dam- of the hearing shall be displayed for public inspection and copying at the time and date listed above. Plans will be on your attorney must file a written appearance and ic National Convention. He said both Walsh and Kennedy were vention officials vet it, and age that the [DPH] scandal has display one-half hour before the hearing begins, with an engineer in attendance to answer questions regarding this objection at this Court before: 10:00 a.m. on the Warren called to inform him early supporters of the former Walsh will probably know by done to our criminal justice sys- project. A project handout will be made available on the MassDOT website listed below. return day of 08/18/2016. This is NOT a hearing that he would be on the stage US secretary of state. Both cam- Sunday where he fits into the tem and the people of Massa- Written statements and other exhibits in place of, or in ad- date, but a deadline by which you must file a that night with her. paigned for Clinton during the lineup. chusetts,’’ he wrote, adding that written appearance and dition to, oral statements made at the Public Hearing re- garding the proposed undertaking are to be submitted to objection if you object Kennedy said he did not New Hampshire primary earli- The mayor will attend the the CPCS will push for a “com- to this proceeding. If you Patricia A. Leavenworth, P.E., Chief Engineer, MassDOT, 10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116, Attention: Roadway Project fail to file a timely written know the details, other than he er this year. convention all four days. prehensive remedy” for the Management, Project File No. 606189. Such submissions appearance and objection will also be accepted at the hearing. Mailed statements followed by an affidavit believes he will introduce War- A Walsh campaign spokes- T h e c o n v e n t i o n’s a n - thousands of people affected by and exhibits intended for inclusion in the public hearing of objections within thir- transcript must be postmarked within ten (10) business ty (30) days of the return ren. man, Michael Goldman, said nounced lineup of speakers in- Dookhan. days of this Public Hearing. Project inquiries may be day, action may be taken emailed to [email protected] without further notice to “That’s still being worked Thursday it is a “terrific honor” cludes Barack Obama, Vice Matthew Segal, legal direc- you. This location is accessible to people with disabilities. Mass- UNSUPERVISED ADMIN- out,’’ he said as he headed for a for the first-term mayor to ad- President Joe Biden, first lady tor of the ACLU of Massachu- DOT provides reasonable accommodations and/or lan- ISTRATION UNDER THE guage assistance free of charge upon request (including MASSACHUSETTS UNI- State House meeting. dress the crowd. Walsh’s con- Michelle Obama, President setts, said in a statement that but not limited to interpreters in American Sign Language FORM PROBATE CODE and languages other than English, open or closed caption- (MUPC) Many political insiders in- vention speech was first report- Clinton, and US Senator Bernie “relitigating these tainted cases ing for videos, assistive listening devices and alternate ma- A Personal Representa- terial formats, such as audio tapes, Braille and large print), tive appointed under the MUPC in an unsupervised terpreted Warren’s speech on ed by Politico. Sanders of Vermont. is inconsistent with the glaring as available. For accommodation or language assistance, please contact MassDOT’s Chief Diversity and Civil Rights administration is not re- quired to file an inventory Monday — the first of the con- The details of Walsh’s ap- need to restore integrity to the Officer by phone (857-368-8580), fax (857-368-0602), TTD/ TTY (857-368-0603) or by email ([email protected] or annual accounts with the Court. Persons inter- vention’s four days of proceed- pearance are still being worked Meghan E. Irons can be reached Commonwealth’s justice sys- state.ma.us). Requests should be made as soon as pos- sible prior to the meeting, and for more difficult to arrange ested in the estate are entitled to notice regard- ings — as a sign that Hillary out, Goldman said, and it is un- at [email protected] tem.” Instead, he said, drug cas- services including sign-language, CART or language transla- tion or interpretation, requests should be made at least ten ing the administration directly from the Personal Clinton would probably not clear at this point what day Follow her on Twitter es tainted by Dookhan should (10) business days before the meeting. Representative and may petition the Court in any pick the senator as her vice- Walsh will speak or what spe- @meghanirons. Frank Phillips be dropped. In case of inclement weather, hearing cancellation an- matter relating to the es- nouncements will be posted on the internet at http://www. tate, including the distri- presidential candidate. cifically he will address. The ac- can be reached at Segal also noted that many massdot.state.ma.us/Highway/ bution of assets and ex- penses of administration. Warren only recently en- tual content of the speech will [email protected] Dookhan-related defendants THOMAS J. TINLIN WITNESS, Hon. Joan P. Arm- HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATOR strong, have not yet gotten justice, de- PATRICIA A. LEAVENWORTH, P.E. First Justice of this Court. CHIEF ENGINEER Date: July 06, 2016 spite the passage of five years Felix D. Arroyo, (SEAL) INFORMAL PROBATE Register of Probate since she was caught. 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In- me,” Baldasaro said. “Hillary stand by what I said.” clearest embodiment yet of this new standard in the Dookhan recently have been, in the active military service of the ventory and accounts are not required to be filed with Clinton should be put in the fir- In the Constitution, treason dangerous phenomenon,” she SJC case may ultimately apply United States of America, the Court, but interested then you may be entitled to parties are entitled to no- ing line and shot for treason.” i s d e f i n e d a s “ l e v y i n g wa r said. to trials connected to Farak. the benefits of the Service- tice regarding the admin- members Civil Relief Act. If istration from the Personal The retired Marine first ser- against [the United States], or In an e-mailed statement to “It fills an important gap. 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A few months gent” because Medeiros is a re- ago, police found three vehicles peat offender. and eight firearms on the prop- Donna Lambert, a Westport erty they believed had been sto- animal control officer, said the len, Majewski said. animals were subjected to terri- Last week, police officers re- ble neglect. ceived a call from a tenant who “The conditions of the ani- said his neighbor’s two Rott- mals and the amount of suffer- weiler dogs had attacked his ing that’s going on — that’s goats. When police arrived, most disturbing, the fact that they found that more than a you’re seeing your animal, you dozen goats had been killed or know the condition that it’s in, wounded. The dogs, which you know it needs medical at- showed signs of starvation, had tention,” she said. “We need to escaped from their owner’s stop it.” farm. 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Some, for example, ban, to do what it was intended “It’s a political stunt,” Wal- had no flash suppressor or fea- to do, and not leave it to the gun lace said. “Unfortunately, it’s a tured a fixed instead of a fold- manufacturers’ self-appointed political stunt with a lot of ram- ing stock. interpretation,” Healey said at a ifications that we’re trying to KEITH BEDFORD/GLOBE STAFF Last year alone, she said, press conference with police figure out and trying [to] work 10,000 of the assault rifles — of- chiefs, prosecutors, black cler- through.” “The gun industry doesn’t get to decide what’s compliant. We do,” Attorney General Maura ten marketed as “state compli- gy, antiviolence activists, and He noted the directive was Healey said at a news conference announcing the rule change on Wednesday. ant” — were sold in Massachu- relatives of gun violence vic- crafted without input from gun setts. tims. “The gun industry doesn’t dealers, owners, or manufac- said, “and now we have one Healey said she hoped to “Like everybody else in the She said the directive clari- get to decide what’s compliant. turers. person who has come in, unilat- work cooperatively with gun state, we have called to find out fies that duplicate guns are We do.” “We’ve understood the rules erally, and said those are not stores to enforce the ban. And what this is all about, and what those that have internal operat- Jim Wallace, executive direc- for almost 20 years now,” he the rules anymore.” although she said the order we should be doing, and what took effect immediately, her of- our rights are as a retail store,” fice indicated it would not crack said Alicia Merritt, co-owner of down on gun dealers who sold Pullman Arms in Worcester, the weapons Tuneup Utilities Pro 23 Crack With Serial key Free Download 2021 Wednesday. which sells several of the rifles Still, Healey’s office said ven- banned under Healey’s order. dors who continue to violate “We’re not going to do anything the ban could face fines, the illegal, if that is what the cur- loss of their dealers’ licenses, or rent law says.” PATIO CLEARANCE SALE prison time. A spokeswoman for Smith & She said no action would be Wesson, the Springfield gun taken against individuals who manufacturer that markets sev- bought duplicate assault rifles eral “Massachusetts compliant” prior to her order. assault rifles, did not respond She described the ban as a to a request for comment. ENTIRE DEPARTMENT ON SALE response to the use of assault ri- fles in the mass shootings in Or- lando; San Bernardino, Calif,; Aurora, Colo.; and Newtown, David Johndrow, a sales clerk at Holliston Firearms, which has sold “state compli- ant” assault rifles, said the ban Conn., as well the attack that might push sales of those guns killed three law enforcement of- to the black market. ficers in Baton Rouge on Sun- “My suspicion is that will ALL ALL day. Still, she said, a broader so- heat up a little,” he said. “But RECYCLED ALUMINUM lution to the problem of gun vi- that’s always been the case. I PLASTIC FURNITURE SLING DINING 25-40% olence will require action by think the real answer here is 40-65% Congress. the FBI doing a better job at OFF* OFF* “It is a step,” said Healey, a what they’re supposed to be do- Democrat. “It is not a total pan- ing — which is background acea, and I recognize that.” checks.” Governor Charlie Baker, a Boston’s police commission- Republican, indicated his sup- er, William B. Evans, who was port for Healey’s ban. at Healey’s press conference, “Governor Baker supports said the majority of gun vio- the Commonwealth’s assault lence in the city involves hand- weapons ban, believes our com- guns, although his officers take prehensive state gun laws work about a dozen slightly modified well in protecting the people of assault weapons off the streets Massachusetts, and believes every year. that the attorney general has “We’re not dealing a lot with the authority to enforce the law them, but they are out there,” to crack down on the sale of he said. “If we reach one manu- guns that skirt the assault facturer from pumping these weapons ban,” said Billy Pit- guns out, I think it’s well worth WICKER DINING TEAK DINING man, the governor’s press secre- it.” AND DEEP SEATING AND DEEP SEATING tary. 50-70% 50-60% Gun shop owners said they were scrambling to respond to Michael Levenson can be reached at OFF* OFF* the directive, which they learned about only Wednesday [email protected] Follow him on Twitter morning. @mlevenson. ‘Guantanamo Diary’ writer to be released Former Al Qaeda his quick release and return to the waiting arms of his loving militant told of family,’’ said Nancy Hollander, a New Mexico-based lawyer for CAST DINING harsh conditions Slahi. ‘‘This is long overdue.’’ AND DEEP SEATING 30% OFF Slahi, who is about 46, re- 25-40% By Ben Fox ceived international acclaim for TREASURE GARDEN ASSOCIATED PRESS his ‘‘Guantanamo Diary,’’ a OFF* MARKET UMBRELLAS* MIAMI — A former Al Qae- da militant who gained fame with the publication of a diary memoir of captivity with ac- counts of harsh interrogations at the base and overseas. It was about life at Guantanamo has published in January 2015. been approved for release from US officials have said in mili- the detention center at the US tary and court files that Slahi base in Cuba, his lawyers said traveled in the early 1990s from Wednesday. Germany, where he was attend- Mohamedou Ould Slahi, a ing college, to Afghanistan to native of Mauritania who has fight with Islamic rebels against been in custody without charge a Communist government sup- for nearly 14 years, was cleared ported by the Soviet Union. He by the Periodic Review Board later trained with and swore al- set up by the Obama adminis- legiance to Al Qaeda and had tration. close contacts over the years The decision was initially with significant figures in the announced by his legal team, organization, including two which included the American men who became hijackers in Civil Liberties Union, and was the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist at- confirmed by the Pentagon. tack on the United States. A statement published on Slahi was detained in Mauri- the board’s website said it de- tania in November 2001 and termined Slahi’s detention ‘‘is questioned by the FBI in con- no longer necessary to protect nection with, among other against a continuing significant things, the millennium bomb threat to the security of the plot, which included a thwarted United States.’’ plan to set off explosives at Los Factors cited in the brief Angeles International Airport statement included his ‘‘highly on New Year’s Eve 1999. compliant behavior in deten- Authorities sent him to Jor- tion’’ and ‘‘clear indications of a dan and Guantanamo, where change in the detainee’s mind- his alleged brutal interrogation set,’’ as well as family and other prompted a prosecutor to re- support available to him upon sign from his case. release. 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A12 Editorial T h e B o s t o n G l o b e T H U R S D A Y, J U L Y 2 12 0 1 6 Opinion BOSTONGLOBE.COM/OPINION Editorial The importance of preserving history T HE RECENT controversy over a historical struction, the plaque was moved with the understanding So the dispute over a small bronze plaque may lead to the marker, in Boston’s Bay Village neighbor- that it would be restored to it original location. Instead, the kind of memorial that advocates have said it has always hood, commemorating the 1942 Cocoanut Bay Village Neighborhood Association agreed to a request by deserved. “That was always the intention,” said former Grove fire, was resolved more-or-less happily the new condo owners to move the plaque down the block, Boston mayor Ray Flynn, who was instrumental in get- when Mayor Marty Walsh intervened. But the out of respect to the residents’ privacy, so they could “enjoy ting the plaque installed in 1993. “The Cocoanut Grove episode should serve as an object lesson for Boston devel- our homes in peace, without tragic memories, hanging fire was a tragedy, but the victims did not die in vain, and opers, and for property owners, as new construction wreaths at our doors and tourists peeking into our houses.” they will be forever remembered.” mushrooms all over the city: about the importance of his- Advocates have long argued for a more significant me- History is part of the unique fabric of everyday life in tory to Boston, and to its individual neighborhoods. morial to the Cocoanut Grove disaster, and the plaque, Boston — where you can wolf down a slice of pizza across The incident, reported by the Globe’s Kevin Cullen, in- which was designed by the fire’s youngest survivor, was a from Paul Revere’s house, pass the site of the Battle of volved the construction of new luxury residences on the small but important concession in an ongoing crusade, Bunker Hill on your way to a college class, or enjoy a ball- former site of the Cocoanut Grove nightclub. On the side- which included renaming a neighborhood street Cocoa- game in the park where Babe Ruth pitched for the Red walk at the site was a plaque, installed in 1993, memori- nut Grove Lane, in 2013. The location of the plaque was Sox in three World Series championships. History here alizing the 492 people who perished in the blaze. The especially important, advocates argued, because it isn’t just in museums or specially built parks. It’s under- event still stands as the worst disaster in the city’s history. marked the spot of the club’s notorious revolving front foot and in the air. Property owners should show due def- But its repercussions went beyond Boston, changing the door, where many victims were trapped. erence before they think of plowing it under or moving it laws regarding fire codes nationally, and transforming Mayor Walsh stepped into the dispute last week by down the block. The Cocoanut Grove is part of that histo- the nature of burn-treatment medicine internationally. saying he would support the building of a large-scale me- ry. Mayor Walsh is right to support a memorial. He When the Piedmont Park Square condos were under con- morial to the fire’s victims, to be built with private funds. should make sure it happens. SCOT LEHIGH DAN WASSERMAN GOP economic plan based on disregarding climate change CLEVELAND N iGHT TWO of the Republican convention was themed “Make America Work Again.” Hmmm. If one were a slave to literalism, “MANY MORE SPEECHES ABOUT WHY WE HATE HILLARY, plus a thought or two on jobs” would be a more precise summation of the evening presentation. Fortunately, however, politics is a horseshoes-and- hand grenades affair, where close enough is good enough. Still, contemplating Clinton through the GOP’s Tuesday looking glass called to mind Alice’s protestations to the White Queen. “One can’t believe impossible things,” Alice objected when the queen urged her to do just that. “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” replied the Queen. “Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” And when it comes to merely improbable things, and you’ve got the entire day to go about that mental task? Why, the possibilities are endless! But back to jobs and work, which was, after all, the night’s nominal topic. It’s important to understand the JOAN VENNOCHI unstated assumption of the Trump Republican Party’s economic plans: They are premised on disregarding any and all concerns about climate change. Now, no one stated it quite that baldly. But one didn’t have to be a climate scientist to understand what was afoot. Pence calls to change the status quo What else, really, could Don- ald Trump Jr. have meant when Contemplating he uttered this line about the prospect of a Clinton presidency: Clinton through the “Rather than being energy inde- M GOP’s Tuesday pendent, our country will be forced to remain beholden to her CLEVELAND IKE PENCE had one mission: Sell looking glass called buddies in the Middle East”? Donald Trump to still-suspicious Fortunately, US Senator Shel- conservatives. to mind Alice’s ley Moore Capito of West Virgin- It’s not the easiest job. And protestations to the ia cleared up any lingering Ted Cruz made it harder when doubt when she unloaded on the conservative senator from Texas told Ameri- White Queen. the Obama administration’s ef- cans to vote their conscience — and not necessar- forts to combat carbon dioxide ily Trump. emissions, which are a major With that, Cruz drew loud boos from the factor in global warming. crowd. And with that, Cruz, not Pence, became “The greatest obstacle for West Virginia families. . the big story of the night. While the stand has been a president that places left-wing priorities and against Trump was about his own ambition, it al- campaign promises over their livelihood,” she said. so set Cruz up as the man who remains truest to Translation: A president who believes in global warming conservative principles. and thus has taken action to reduce the use of coal. The governor of Indiana, when it was his turn Of course, Capito herself never acknowledged the to take the stage, made a solid — but not airtight point of those regulations. This is as close as she came: — case for his running mate. “He introduced and implemented sweeping environmen- He said the country faces another “rendez- tal regulations without Congress’s approval and without vous with destiny,” a phrase associated with con- any consideration for the economy. These unilateral ac- servative icon Ronald Reagan. He talked about JOHN MOORE/GETTY IMAGES tions are ill-informed and frankly unconstitutional.” “commonsense Republican leadership” and said Clinton, meanwhile, “has already promised to put a lot that’s what the “no-nonsense leadership” of Mike Pence stuck to tax policy and fiscal of coal miners and coal companies out of business. ” Trump will bring to the White House. He de- management in urging voters to back Trump. Why? Hmm. No reason given. A naïf would have been scribed Trump as a man who YTD 6.9.16 Crack product key - Crack Key For U quits and an left thinking that Clinton simply has an irrational hatred of independent spirit best suited to represent the showmanship is a plus. His white, boy’s cut — up hard-working coal miners, and thus is gleeful at the land of the free and the brave. against Trump’s orange hue and frothy locks — thought of long unemployment lines in coal country. But he mostly sold Trump as an agent of gives Pence of the look that voters expect from In a perverse way, the decision not to acknowledge the change — not an agent of conservative politics. national candidates. climate concerns behind the Obama administration’s an- He knows the limits of his argument. From that perspective, the optics work in ti-coal efforts could YTD 6.9.16 Crack product key - Crack Key For U considered good news. Climate- Pence, after all, describes himself as “a Chris- Pence’s favor. change denial has apparently become a mindset that tian, a conservative, and a Republican.” Yet this But the GOP’s VP nominee lacks the elo- dares not speak its name. voice for evangelicals is now a voice for a presi- quence of Cruz. He lacks the passion. And last Instead, the climate science and the climate-change con- dential candidate who has married three times, night, the man Trump dubbed “Lyin’ Ted” got his sensus — credited by most governments, including conser- has been accused of adultery, and not so long revenge by stealing the spotlight from Trump’s vative-led ones, around the globe — have morphed into ago, described himself as pro-choice. Maybe choice for vice president. “left-wing priorities.” (And while we’re at it, it’s also worth that’s why Pence’s mention of a vote for Trump as No matter. The battle is joined. Trump-Pence noting that the biggest blow to coal has been the abun- a vote for the sanctity of life came nearly as an af- in 2016. Trump sealed it with an awkward air dance of cheap natural gas made possible by fracking.) terthought. He mostly stayed away from social is- peck at the end of Pence’s speech. No, none of this was stated outright. And yet that’s the sues, sticking to tax policy and fiscal manage- No buyer’s remorse allowed in Cleveland. lamentable obscurantism that underlies the Republican ment as the reason to vote Trump. Maybe in November. Party’s economic prescriptions. Those contrasts between Trump and his run- ning mate are awkward realities for Pence. But Joan Vennochi can be reached at Scot Lehigh can be reached at [email protected] Follow other contrasts appeal to conservatives. Pence’s [email protected] Follow her on Twitter him on Twitter @GlobeScotLehigh. bland maturity compared to Trump’s bombastic @Joan_Vennochi.

T H U R S D A Y, J U L Y 2 12 0 1 6 T h e B o s t o n G l o b e Opinion A13 Inbox Tarnished coronation in Cleveland Comparisons of Trump with Reagan are greatly exaggerated REPUBLICAN PUNDITS are taking to the airways, trying to rebrand Donald Trump as the second coming of Presi- dent Ronald Reagan. Other than reaching into the past to pull worthless statistical data from the Reagan era to justify Trump’s low favorability ratings, the only indisputable com- parison that can be made between the two is that Trump al- so wears suits. President Reagan knew how to govern, having served as RENÉE GRAHAM governor of California, and was adept at surrounding him- self with bright advisers and administrators. He knew the Hashtag this, art of compromise and was a gentleman who could laugh at himself. He was a leader who could inspire and could trans- late his conservative ideals into the effective policies that helped reshape the world. Twitter: It can be said that Trump’s campaign blunders and big- oted personality are just symptoms of a psychological disor- der better described as self-aggrandizement. The only thing this country can trust is that Trump’s narcissism will over- Stop racist, shadow sound policy and judgment. His arrogance, nar- row-mindedness, and inability to get along with people who do not agree with his simplistic view of the world will divide us, endanger our safety, and further erode our con- sexist abuse stitutional freedoms. That we are now at the precipice of the renewal of Trump’s political reality show for another three months is a tribute to the media that helped promote his idiocy and the desperation that exists in America today. The coronation of Trump as the official candidate of the Republican Party this week will serve only to remind us that the 2016 version of the Grand Old Party — a party that gave us real leaders and visionaries like Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, and Reagan – has been hijacked by those who would willingly sacrifice and trade common sense, respect, and compassion for xenophobia, isolation- ism, and electoral expediency. RANDOLPH YUNKER, West Babylon, N.Y. The writer was a longtime GOP congressional aide and worked on five Republican presidential campaigns, from Ronald Reagan’s in 1984 to John McCain’s in 2000. Sparsely attended RNC no ‘show of force’ C A “SHOW of force” for the GOP? This seems like quite an exaggerated headline for Tuesday’s front-page article about OME BACK, Leslie Jones. the Republican National Convention. This week, the popular Leslie Jones left Twitter A real show of force would have been if the 2012 presi- “Saturday Night Live” reg- dential nominee, Mitt Romney, attended, as well as the ular abandoned Twitter af- after racist abuse. How 2008 nominee, John McCain, and the past two Republican ter racist trolls relentlessly hounded her following the many more will leave presidents, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush, and the 18 Senate Republicans who are skipping it, and the Repub- opening of the “Ghost- before Twitter cleans up its lican Ohio governor, John Kasich, and so many more. busters” reboot, in which she costars with Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, and fellow act? So many reputable Republicans are not at the conven- tion. This hardly constitutes a show of force. The headline “SNL” cast member Kate McKinnon. should have read a “show of few.” For hours on Monday, Jones shared MARIO MOREIRA, Winchester many of the most disgusting tweets to show plored the service to “rethink” its policies. her followers the astonishing depth of big- As it did with Jones, Twitter eventually otry she has to endure because she is a suspended accounts for several of Weisman’s black woman — and, even more infuriating attackers, but only after he went public with to her detractors, a successful black woman in the public eye. his discontent — and defection to Facebook. For all its popularity, Twitter is a pip- God, the grave, and By nightfall, Jones had had enough. squeak compared to Facebook, which “I leave Twitter tonight with tears and a very sad heart,” she wrote in her last tweet. boasts more than 1 billion monthly users, compared to Twitter’s 300-plus million. The everything in between “All this ’cause I did a movie. You can hate last thing Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey wants is the movie but the [stuff] I got today. . users leaving his company, where growth is Even with the rise of genetic wrong.” So far, she has yet to return. already stagnant. (This may also explain technology, death won’t take a holiday Last night, a Twitter spokesperson re- why Twitter seems slow to suspend users; it sponded. Noting “an uptick” in accounts vi- needs every avatar it can get.) Getting live ALEX BEAM’S premise their life with religion or olating Twitter’s rules concerning targeted streams of NBA pregame events, which that we will “be the last without, humanity will still abuse or harassment, the spokesperson said Twitter announced this week, isn’t going to generation to die” because be grappling with the vast some accounts, including some who bullied change its deepening reputation as a site in- of advances in gene-editing mystery and pain of loss for Jones, have been warned or permanently hospitable to large groups of its users. technology ignores the fact millennia to come, if not suspended. Not everyone can garner public attention that genetic technology forever. So no, I think At its best, Twitter is a fabulous party, like Jones and Weisman, and even then, does not deal with the Beam’s will not be “Genera- filled with opinions, ruminations, debates, what they received from Twitter was a too- needed changes in the mor- tion Death.” and sharp humor. Not everyone agrees with little-too-late response. Doing nothing only al and economic realms of Practically speaking, I one another but, when it’s right, users un- empowers twidiots, who live to harass and individuals and societies would argue that Christian- derstand the difference between disagreeing demean. Some users, like outspoken femi- (Opinion, July 11). So even ity’s greatest contribution is and being disagreeable. Yet too often Twitter nist author Mona Eltahawy, have the stami- if all genetic disease and the emphasis on love over is also a cesspool of isms and phobias. Vile na to grind trolls into dust. It’s a true thing weakness were to be edited “an eye for an eye.” In the personal attacks are as much a part of the so- of beauty; still, that shouldn’t be a require- out of our genome, death face of mortality, good and cial media site as its 140-character tweet ment for using a service many now rely on by murder, starvation, war, useful religion can speak as limit. To be a woman, a person of color, or a for news, pop culture, and camaraderie. accident, terrorism, pover- much to our interconnec- member of the LGBT community on Twitter In its statement about Jones’s harass- ty, assault, and suicide tion, purpose, compassion, can be tantamount to affixing a target on ment, Twitter’s spokesperson said, “We would still be an inevitable and responsibility to the your back. It’s not just spirited criticism of a know many people believe we have not part of life. living as to the existence of particular viewpoint, but vicious diatribes done enough to curb this type of behavior Perhaps replacements of an afterlife. So I suspect it suggesting a woman should be raped, or that on Twitter. We agree.” humans lost to death will will have a place in this fu- Muslims should be burned to death. Hey, Jack Dorsey. Glad you agree. As somehow be controlled and ture world of which Beam And because Twitter allows its users to Twitter’s cofounder and CEO, it’s long past managed by means other speaks. be anonymous, the service’s most craven time that you got serious about stopping it. than human birth. But JANICE DARLING bigots operate with impunity. This also Make it safe for Jones, Weisman, and every- whether one chooses to live West Newton prompted Jonathan Weisman, New York one else tired of the abuse. Otherwise, Times deputy Washington editor, to leave you’ll soon have nothing left but trolls and Twitter in June after he was inundated with Donald Trump. Eternal life is about the spark a stream of anti-Semitic tweets. In one of of a moment, not the stretch of infinity his last posts, he said he would leave Twitter Renée Graham writes regularly for the Globe. to “the racists, the anti-Semites,” and im- Follow her on Twitter @reneeygraham. IN HIS July 11 op-ed (“Will made subject to futility” we be the last generation to (Romans 8:20). The hope die?”), Alex Beam seems to Christians have for immor- imply that “genomic im- tality is beautifully ex- mortality” is equivalent to pressed by Pope Benedict the Christian understand- XVI in the encyclical Spe ing of immortality. Perpetu- Salvi: “To imagine ourselves abcde Fou n d e d 1 8 7 2 SENIOR DEPUTY MANAGING EDITORS Mark S. Morrow Sunday & Projects Jennifer Peter Local News DEPUTY MANAGING EDITORS Charles H. Taylor Founder & Publisher 1873-1921 William O. Taylor Publisher 1921-1955 ating this physical life into infinity is not the same as the Christian understand- outside the temporality that imprisons us and in some way to sense that eternity is Wm. Davis Taylor ing of eternal life. Human WavePad Sound Editor Masters 12.60 Crack With Serial key an unending succession Janice Page Features Publisher 1955-1977 JOHN W. HENRY Publisher William O. Taylor beings are not biological of days in the calendar, but Kathleen Kingsbury Editorial Page Publisher 1978-1997 machines or merely rational something more like the su- MIKE SHEEHAN Chief Executive Officer Marjorie Pritchard Editorial Page Benjamin B. Taylor Publisher 1997-1999 animals; we are self-tran- preme moment of satisfac- David Dahl News Operations BRIAN McGRORY Editor Richard H. Gilman scending beings, as evi- tion, in which totality em- BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Publisher 1999-2006 denced by our efforts to braces us and we embrace ELLEN CLEGG Editor, Editorial Page Sean P. Keohan Chief Operating Officer P. Steven Ainsley reach for the stars and in totality. . It would be like Publisher 2006-2009 CHRISTINE S. CHINLUND Managing Editor/News Damon Lusk Chief Financial Officer Christopher M. Mayer our restless questioning plunging into the ocean of Timothy G. Marken Chief Growth Officer Publisher 2009-2014 about existence. infinite love, a moment in DAVID SKOK Managing Editor/Digital Linda Pizzuti Henry Managing Director Laurence L. Winship Editor 1955-1965 The prospect of living which time — the before Wade Sendall Vice President, Information Technology Thomas Winship this physical life intermina- and after — no longer ex- Richard E. Masotta Vice President, Operations Editor 1965-1984 bly would be akin to a living ists.” Peter M. Doucette Vice President, Consumer Sales & Marketing hell, since we would remain THE REV. GREGORY A. Jane Bowman Vice President, Marketing & Sales Development prisoners of time. As St. MATHIAS Doug Most Director, Strategic Growth Initiatives Paul says, “Creation was Freetown

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