Activists Call For Attorney General To Launch Probe Of 2011 Police Killing Of Eurie Stamps

The Middlesex County District Attorney has said her office is looking again at the tragic case of Eurie Stamps — a 68-year-old Black man killed in his Framingham home in 2011 by a SWAT team — but activists say they want Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey to get involved.

About 200 people attended a rally in Framingham Saturday calling for justice for Stamps as part of a wave of nationwide protests against police killings of unarmed Black people.

“We want to see this case reopened…

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