Boston Herald – The Boston branch of the NAACP and the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers have joined the slain family of a Boston Police officer in criticizing the “Patriots Day” movie for a lack of minority representation and are calling on CBS Films to at least mention the only Boston Police officer killed as a result of fighting the two terrorists depicted in the film.
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