ACLU says removal of substitute teacher violated First Amendment.
Property owner and politicians sued Mayor Daniel Knapik for ordering campaign signs removed just before municipal elections decided by fewer than 30 votes. Parties agree Knapik to pay $53,000 for attorneys fees.
Property owner joined politicians in suit against Mayor Daniel Knapik, who ordered signs removed.
Carol Rose, executive director of the ACLU of Massachusetts, originally wrote this blog for Boston.com.
An 18-year-old high school student from the Boston suburb of Methuen is facing two decades in prison, charged with "communicating a terrorist threat."The young aspiring rapper, Cameron D’Ambrosio, a/k/a Cammy Dee, reportedly posted the following to his Facebook page on May 1, 2013: "Fuck a Boston bomb wait till u see the shit I do, I'm be famous rapping, and beat every murder charge that comes across me!"