The Boston Police Patrolmen's Association today called on its members to boycott a Lower Mills taco place whenever a particular bartender is on duty because of the way she tangled with cops while protesting white supremacists in Copley Square over the weekend. Only problem: She hasn't worked there since 2018.
In a tweet, the union said it objects to the woman's Instagram post about the Copley Square protest and counter-protest and said they should avoid Yellow Door Tacos, which also has an outlet in the South End and which is co-owned by Ken Casey of the Dropkick Murphys, at least when she is on duty:
In a statement, though, Yellow Door says:
The individual identified in the tweet has not been an employee of Yellow Door Taqueria since 2018. We have no further comment.
BPD detectives, who are trained to research people's backgrounds, have their own union and do not belong to the BPPA.