• Doug Most

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    Doug Most is a lifelong journalist and author whose career has spanned newspapers and magazines up and down the East Coast, with stops in Washington, D.C., South Carolina, New Jersey, and Boston. He was named Journalist of the Year while at The Record in Bergen County, N.J., for his coverage of a tragic story about two teens charged with killing their newborn. After a stint at Boston Magazine, he worked for more than a decade at the Boston Globe in various roles, including magazine editor and deputy managing editor/special projects. His 2014 nonfiction book, The Race Underground, tells the story of the birth of subways in America and was made into a PBS/American Experience documentary. He has a BA in political communication from George Washington University. Profile

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There are 4 comments on SCOTUS Civil Rights Ruling against Police Hailed by BU Faculty

  1. Police were called there. That removes the factor of race. Police went because they were called. They had a citizen making an allegation. If this claim was false the sister in law should be charged and prosecuted.

    1. “That removes the factor of race.” Really? Only if you assume that the police would have forcefully entered Mr. Thompson’s home, done so illegally without a warrant, falsely charged him with resisting arrest, and then tried to hide their misdeeds by dismissing the bogus charges… if he was not a person of color. That, my friend, is simply not credible.

  2. 98 days on jail for possession of fentanyl, resisting arrest, and possession of Marijuana. Only to have all 3 case dismissed and to add fuel to the fire, the sheriff choked me twice despite texas penal code 2.33 and senate bill 69. I don’t pass laws, I do my best to follow them..

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