Nathan Allen, Ramona Cooper, Carl Stevens discussed on WBZ Midday News


Entire society members voting to approve a final report containing the recommendations during a virtual meeting for immediate action. The group is recommending promoting vaccine equity. Continuing and enhancing the states stopped the spread free covid testing and addressing the needs of vulnerable populations across the Commonwealth. The Supreme Court today upholding voting restrictions and Arizona in a decision that could make it harder to challenge other states limits that were put in place by Republicans after last year's elections. The Secretary of state Bill, Galvin says he's very concerned by the high Court's ruling and time is of the essence. I think at this point we minimally have to guarantee the right of every American voter to vote by mail without having a set of specific reason in federal elections. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey weighing in this hour, saying the Supreme Court just struck another blow to the Voting Rights Act. And a man who was serving a life sentence for the murder of a 14 year old in Dorchester more than a decade ago, is going to be re sentence. 14 year old Nicholas Farm B. Davis was shot and killed in Dorchester in 2010, because the scooter he was on almost hit Christmas Star Mobile apps. After the near Miss Lopes and his 16 year old friend, Joshua Fernandez crouched and waited for the boy to get close as he rode around the area. Lopes grabbed him. Fernandez shot and killed him. Both were convicted of first degree murder, sentenced to life without parole. Fernandez appealed, And while the state Supreme Court has upheld his conviction, the court ruled that he needs to be re sentenced because he was 16 at the time that he shot Nicholas. He was a juvenile, and as the court points out, it is unconstitutional for a juvenile to be sentenced to life in prison without the chance for parole. Carl Stevens. WBC Boston's news radio. Security will be tight tonight for a vigil honoring the two victims of last weekend's rampage. In Winthrop. Air Force veteran Ramona Cooper and retired mass State Trooper David Greene were shot and killed by Nathan Allen, according to police. Both Cooper and Green were black, and investigators say Allen may have been an anti Semitic white supremacist. He was shot and killed by police. Security is a top priority tonight. No backpacks, handbags, coolers or bags of any kind will be allowed. Vigil begins at seven p.m. outside of town hall more on events for the fourth coming up in two minutes. Right now, 1 33. The super were retailers of New England all will dry traffic.

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