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  • 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?”

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