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Police seek woman they say spit at, attacked disabled person at Harvard Square T stop

Wanted woman

Transit Police have released photos of a woman they say attacked a disabled person at the Harvard Square T stop around 11:15 a.m. on Wednesday.

The subject spit in the face of a disabled person and then physically assaulted the victim.

If she looks familiar, contact detectives at 617-222-1050 or send an anonymous tip to 873873

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She seems like a nice, classy person.

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And there seems to be so much more of it now. I have been a daily T rider for over forty years and there were always "questionable" people, but there are so many more now. And if it's drugs, what makes them so susceptible to the drugs? It seems that so many of the drugged out people I see now have psychotic seeming temperaments.

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We just hear about it because it gets recorded and gets reported and things get done about it.

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Any contention that there was less before is ridiculous. In my youth in the 70s and 80s I was out till all hours all over Boston pretty much every night of the week. Including places that now have high concentrations of homeless and drug addicted populations. I was a firsthand witness. Although they were there, it was nothing like now. NOTHING. In fact I watched it incrementally increase and then flood. With my own eyes.

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1.) The opioid epidemic is worse ever.

And, not sure what neighborhoods you were hanging out in but

2.) Boston was far more dangerous and violent in the 70s and early 80s than it is now.

Hell, even the early 90s, long after the "Boston Miracle" I remember punks beating up college kids and jumping cab drivers near the pit and seeing bums shitting out in public.

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My fists: clenched like Arthur

DEAR GOD PLEASE Id love to witness something like this. JUST ONCE.

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It usually takes a month before they release photos this was done within 48 hours.

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Probably because they were handed the video, or pics. No hours of turnstile video to filter through.

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Looks like one of Quincy’s finest.

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Fuck you I'm from North and I don't look like that.

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white people, and loves stereotypes.

Quincy is far more 'inclusive', racially and, this is important, socioeconomically diverse than The People's Republic of Cambridge.

When posters make negative comments about Quincy, it's 'progressive' - speak for Quincy is full of scary 'lower class' white people with hard accents. In their minds they are all uneducated, racist, homophobic, sexist, Nazi drug addicts and alcoholics who probably voted for Charlie Baker.

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When did Quincy become the town to hate on? This is kind of a new phenomenon on the hub, I'm noticing.

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Could have something to do with Quincy's attempts to prevent the Long Island Bridge from being rebuilt. It's a very bad look for the city.

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Quincy showed it's cold heart when they blocked rebuilding the bridge to the treatment center. Before that everybody loved Quincy and the services they helped provided by letting buses pass through.

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generalization and stereotyping. Did you want to say something misogynistic to score a hat trick?

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Why would I say something misogenist?

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