The city of Boston is actually looking to fire this thug. Apparently they haven’t found cause to dismiss him yet. He sounds like a community organizer gone bad.
Boston is moving to fire the anti-crime advocate who prosecutors say was handling an illegal high-capacity firearm moments before his girlfriend was shot in the head.
City street worker Jeremy Harrison, 28, pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges of possessing a large-capacity firearm, a firearm with a defaced serial number, a firearm without a federal identification card, and ammunition without a federal identification card, and improper storage of a firearm in the presence of a minor.
A street worker? They used to be known as prostitutes.
Prosecutor Dana Pierce said police are trying to determine how the woman was shot. She called it “troubling” that a man hired by the city to teach violence prevention to youths had a loaded, unlicensed gun.
Boston Centers for Youth and Families spokeswoman Sandy Holden said Harrison’s termination hearing is set for sometime this week.
Police say they found a semi-automatic firearm with a high-capacity feeding device and an “obliterated” serial number in the Arbutus Street apartment where the woman was shot.
Well, we may as well call for more gun legislation now, huh?