Criticism is a Crime


The Lawrence, Massachusetts, police department received three plaques in the mail honoring officers for being "corrupt." Chief John Romero, who was named on one of the plaques, had them dusted for fingerprints and notified the Boston postal inspector. Romero says the person who sent the plaques could face federal charges for using the U.S. Postal Service "to threaten, harass, or intimidate" the officers.