Aid to commissioner’s son by police officer is debated
The Boston Globe - 02/09/2013
Jack Levin, a professor of criminology and sociology at Northeastern University, said the officer’s judgment appeared sound.
“I think if he had just allowed the commissioner’s son to drive on, it would have been a lot worse, especially if he had had an accident,” said Levin. The officer “protected motorists; he protected the driver he stopped. The question is why didn’t; why did he not arrest him?”