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BPS counselor gets 23 to 26 for shooting teen in the head

A Suffolk Superior Court judge today sentenced Shaun Harrison to 23 to 26 years in state prison after his conviction yesterday for trying to murder a teen who no longer wanted to sell marijuana for him, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.

In addition to armed assault with intent to murder, a jury convicted Harrison of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and several firearm offenses.

“The defendant earned every day of this sentence,” DA Dan Conley said.


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Praise the lord and pass the ammunition! Hopefully a reporter will discover who hired this fraud at BPS and who hired this con man to head up a task force at the MBTA to study racial profiling by the MBTA police.

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This guy had everybody fooled. Don't try to pass blame to everybody except this monster.

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If the Catholic Church is liable for pedophile priests, the BPS should most certainly be liable for putting this man into a position of trust and power. Sending a child to school shouldn’t result in a bullet to the head.

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... and richly deserved.

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He wasn’t a counselor. I’m not sure what his official title was with BPS, but he was not a school adjustment or guidance counselor. He does not possess the credentials or character to use said title. Albeit, teachers and counselors have time and time again been accused and convicted of wrongdoing.

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