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New Details Outline Depth of Former Massachusetts Police Officer’s Role in Charlottesville Race Riot

Earlier this month, Woburn police Chief Robert F. Rufo Jr. said Officer John Donnelly was placed on leave and an internal investigation launched.

New details have been released about the depth of the involvement of a former Woburn, Mass., police officer who is accused of inappropriate conduct in connection with a 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Earlier this month, Woburn police Chief Robert F. Rufo Jr. said Officer John Donnelly was placed on leave and an internal investigation launched after the department learned he allegedly participated in and was active in the planning of the Unite the Right rally.

Donnelly later resigned.

Read more at WCVB

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