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Thursday April 28th, 2022 night edition

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Patrick Rose, the former president of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association charged with raping and abusing six children over nearly three decades, changed his plea to guilty.

A former head of Boston's police union facing a total of 33 charges in connection with the rape and abuse of six children over various periods of time beginning in the 1990s pleaded guilty Monday.

Patrick Rose had previously pleaded not guilty and maintained his innocence, but changed his plea during an appearance in Suffolk Superior Court.

He pleaded guilty to 21 counts of child rape and sexual assault over a 27-year period and was sentenced to 10 to 13 years in prison, plus 10 years probation following his release.

One of the victims talked about the “dead-soul feeling of emotional pain” the victim experienced because of the abuse.

Boston Police Patrolmen's Association President Larry Calderone also issued a statement following Rose's guilty plea.

Despite evidence that Boston Police Officer Patrick Rose sexually assaulted a 12-year-old child, he was never fired from the department. »

Fan Accidentally Buys Tickets to RHCP Cover Band + Is Pissed

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One rock fan was recently trying to score Red Hot Chili Peppers tickets, but accidentally bought them for a cover band instead – and he's pissed.

He could have accidentally bought tickets to see the Red Hot Chili Pipers instead, which are a bagpipe band.

Fortunately for Aaron, Red Hot Chili Peppers are headed to Detroit later this year on Aug. 14 at the Comerica Park stadium. »

Why Being Anti-Science Is Now Part Of Many Rural Americans’ Identity

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Many of these characteristics also tend to cluster in rural areas, where COVID-19 vaccination rates continue to lag.

Meanwhile, in much of rural America, hospitals had already gone through waves of closures, in addition to decades of underinvestment in rural public health.

This past February, Lunz Trujillo published work that shows this kind of anti-science attitude is associated with having a rural identity. »

Bethesda Adds Free Classic Elder Scrolls Games To Steam

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Now, as we get closer to the May 11 shutdown, Bethesda has started adding some of its classic games to Steam.

Today, Bethesda added five classic titles to Steam, mainly from the Elder Scrolls franchise, including two of its lesser-known and more obscure spin-offs, Redguard and Battlespire.

Starting tomorrow, April 27, Bethesda will allow players to migrate all of their games and wallet funds to Steam. »