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Some gay activists question O'Toole's pick for liaison job

By Suzanne Smalley
Globe Staff / March 12, 2005

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A Boston police sergeant detective who angered gay activists in 1992 by raiding a private party and arresting its organizer is now a supervisor in the department's unit that investigates hate crimes and works with the city's gay community to fight discrimination. (Full article: 532 words)

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