Democratic Boston Mayor Michelle Wu is under fire after providing police with a list of her critics.
“The list was compiled in response to a request from the Boston Police Department after the mayor was harassed and physically intimidated by individuals for several months outside her home or on various occasions,” the spokeswoman said. Michelle Wu, Ricardo Patron, in a statement to Boston Herald.
The Massachusetts Daily previously submitted an access to information request.
The tactics used by the administration raise concerns about whether Wu and his administration are trying to intimidate his critics. Several protested outside his home.
Following the Dorchester Day Parade on June 5, 2022, Boston Police met with city employees to develop a safety plan for the upcoming Bunker Hill Day Parade, which was scheduled for June 12. The Sheriff of Charlestown County requested a list of individuals who participated, the spokesperson explained. In public disturbances and harassments against the Mayor during the Dorchester Day Parade and outside her home.