Boston Policeman Killed Trying to Disarm Former Officer, 1921

image The National Air and Space Museum in Washington is closed after antiwar demonstrators try to enter to protest an exhibit on  drones. The crowd dispersed after being pepper-sprayed by a security guard coming to the rescue of another guard. Washington Post | AP via Wall Street Journal.

Sarah Schweitzer of the Boston Globe writes that Boston is honoring Patrolman Andrew Cuneo, the Boston Police Department’s first Italian-born officer, who was killed Aug. 13, 1921, in a shootout with a former officer. He  was also the department’s first Italian-born officer killed in the line of duty.  The Saskatoon Phoenix, Aug. 16, 1921.

L.A. Daily Mirror and L.A. Crime Beat curated by the bots at paper.li, who are over their Tupac sex tape thing. Finally.

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