Boston police commissioner blames brazen crimes on judges releasing criminals

BOSTON, MA.- A man was shot in broad daylight in the Dorchester section of Boston in a brazen daytime shooting, which left Boston Police Commissioner William G. Gross in a foul mood. WHDH-7 reported that Boston P.D. officers responded to a 911 report of a shooting on Bernard St. in Dorchester around 12 noon, where they found a man who had suffered a gunshot wound, according to Boston P.D. The victim was subsequently pronounced dead at the scene. The suspect has not been identified, but Gross was livid about such a bold shooting in the middle of the day in his city. “Folks, we find ourselves again at a shooting midday,” Gross said. “I want to thank those who called 911. This is time for us to work together because we can bring justice.” “I think there are certain people in the judicial system that have a disconnect. There are people who if they were being released in their neighborhood, I bet there would be a different story,” Gross said to reporters. “If people aren’t doing their job on the bench, got to go.”

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