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Bob Plain is the editor/publisher of Rhode Island's Future. Previously, he's worked as a reporter for several different news organizations both in Rhode Island and across the country.

3 responses to “In case of lockdown, Burrillville police follow FANG activists to Barrington”

  1. salgal

    These activists are creative and resourceful. Changing landscape. Changing tactics.

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  2. wchet

    I guess I can understand the training and I fully understand mutual aid, but it seems a stretch for Burrillville to provide mutual aid to Barrington for a problem that didn’t exist. If there was a lock down, then and only then should Burrillville have responded. How much did it cost Burrillville to send 4 officers and a trailer to do nothing but watch a peaceful protest?Barrington should be compensating Burrillville for the time because I doubt we’ll be seeing any reciprocal aid coming from Barrington anytime soon.

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  3. Fred

    Your tax dollars hard at work to protect the scums of the earth.

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