Cambridge Police report that after an investigation into what happened to Celtics player Enes Kanter after he left a local mosque on Friday, it's concluded that "no criminal activity occurred and that the other individuals featured in a posted video were exercising their constitutionally protected right to free speech."
Police say they advised Kanter how to "pursue a civil restraining order against the other parties, if he elects to pursue one."
The department adds:
The Cambridge Police recognizes that places of worship should be places where all can congregate with peace of mind and without fear. No group or individual should ever suffer from bias, discrimination or hate. If any member of the community does believe that they have been threatened or harassed due to their faith, they are strongly encouraged to contact the police or organizations like the Anti-Defamation League. We remain committed to supporting and protecting all places of worship, and will continue to closely work with faith leaders, their staff, and those who attend their places of worship.