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Wed. 9/12/12 | Bruce Bolling Memoriam; Crime Lab Closure

In the first hour of today's show, Keven Peterson, founder of the New Democracy Coalition, former reporter Carmen Fields and Richard Taylor, director of the Center for Real Estate at Suffolk, join us in remembering their friend and former colleague, the first African-American president of the Boston City Council, Bruce Bolling. Then Boston Globe reporter Milton Valencia and criminal defense attorney Peter Elikann discuss the consequences of a scandal at — and subsequent closure of — a state crime lab located in Jamaica Plain.
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