Law enforcement leaders are discussing recent white supremacist activity in Boston
BostonA group accused of attacking a man during a white supremacist march on Saturdaysaid "law Should be prosecuted "to the maximum extent possible", the mayor said on Tuesday. Mayor Michelle Wu said ongoing investigations into the alleged assault.
A man, 34-year-old Charles Murrell, said he was surrounded and attacked by a man with a shield,CBS Bostonreported. He said he had cuts on his head, hands and eyebrows on suspicion of assault.
Boston Police Departmenttold CBS Bostonthat they had responded to the area by reporting assault. Told. The victim was then transported to receive the seams. They said the caller told them he was pushed into a group of men and he shook his arm to escape before the man knocked him down and kicked him.
CBS Bostonreports, some with flags and police shields, Patriots of the white supremacist group. I was a member of the front desk. According to CBS Boston, the man wore a T-shirt with the words "Regain America," some with the American flag and police shield. No arrests have been made.
Wu was hindered from investigating the attack on Tuesday due to the fact that a man wore a mask. Said it was done. .. However, Boston Police Department chief Greg Long said a large number of videos had been recovered and added that he would be prosecuted if the man could be identified.
ADL New England Regional Director Robert Trestan told CBS Boston that more than 100 Patriot front members were present.
"People characterize it as a protest, but we actually have all the indicators of rebellious, intimidating acts, all we saw and heard. I think we need to see things, "said Trestan. The
incident occurred approximately a month after another group of men believed to be members of the Patriot Front was arrested near a pride event. MasuIn Corder Lane, Idaho. Thirty-one men were found in U-Hall, police pointed out that authorities had found a shield and at least one smoker grenade in the truck, and said they intend to riot.
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