Skip to comments.USPS says letter carrier was assaulted in Dorchester (Boston)
Posted on 03/04/2016 5:26:44 AM PST by ConservativeStatement
The letter carrier described the suspects as four Hispanic males in their late teens and one Hispanic female in the same age range.
The letter carrier said he saw the group stealing a package, and when he confronted them they pushed him to the ground and broke his glasses.
Assaulting a postal employee is a federal offense that can carry a sentence of up to 20 years in prison.
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Unfortunately, these aren't Leave It To Beaver times anymore. Good people can die for just trying to talk to the wrong people. Since no innocent lives were at risk, stepping back and calling 911 was probably the better option here.
A postman was assaulted in Dawchesta! Wait’ll Bill Evans finds out. By watching TV.
There is a federal law in play, too. I assume they are in America “to make a better lives for themselves,” as many are apt to say. But what happens if they aren’t here legally and eventually caught? Three squares a day? Tossed back to their third-world hellhole?
He will probably be fired for not sticking to his route. If he’s lucky, he won’t be charged with a hate crime against the immigrants.
New criminal ethnic profile ascendent in The Dot.
The letter carrier has injuries, maybe nagging injuries that will last awhile. The criminals will get slap on the wrist if caught, although it being a federal crime might make it a bit harder slap than usual.
Something similar happened to a friend of mine 10+ years ago. He has back pain to this day. The juveniles got community service. My friend was not a federal employee, but he was a school teacher on duty, so specific state laws came into effect. That didn't matter much.
Bet Howie Carr is warming up his “La Cucaracha” horn for this one!
You nailed it.
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