[Hyde Park contempt trial, tape 4]
Original Airdate: 9/2/1982
Item Type: newstape - original footage
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Description : Abstract
Alan MacEachern (Boston Police Department) testifies in the criminal contempt trial of Michael Gaine (Hyde Park resident). MacEachern describes the events on the afternoon of August 22. MacEachern says that Bertha Brooks told him that Gaine was on Ross Field in violation of a restraining order. MacEachern says that Brooks reported that Gaine urinated in front of her home; that Brooks did not mention any obscene gestures made by Gaine. MacEachern says that he told Gaine to leave the field and that he arrested Gaine after taking the incident report from Brooks. Stephen Limon (Assistant Attorney General for the State of Massachusetts) questions a Hyde Park youth who says that he was with Gaine on Ross Field on August 22. Gaine testifies about the events of the afternoon of August 22. Gaine says that he walked to Ross Field to join a group of friends on the afternoon of August 22 and denies harassing the Brooks family and their guests. Tape 4 of 5.
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Subject : Personal Names
Lynch, James, Jr.
Subject : Geographic Locations
Hyde Park (Boston, Mass.)
Type : Genre
News - Unedited
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