Boston PD's Gang Flier Meant to 'Shame' Members
June 02, 2010
In an unusual move, the Boston Police Department has released a flier with the pictures of 10 unidentifed men suspected to belong to the gang police say was responsible for the execution-style killing of a 14-year-old boy, the Boston Globe reports.
The flier with mugshots was distributed in the neighborhood where 14-year-old Nicholas Fomby-Davis was killed. The men and gang were not identified in the flier because Commissioner Ed Davis said he didn't want to give credence to the group.
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