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What consequences could former Woburn cop accused in white supremacist rally face?

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GBH, October 2022

When news broke earlier this month that a Woburn police officer participated in and helped plan the deadly 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, it sent shockwaves through the community, and prompted questions surrounding how this happened, how it took so long for the information to surface and how Officer John Donnelly would be punished, if at all. GBH legal analyst and Northeastern University law professor Daniel Medwed joined Morning Edition Co-Host Jeremy Siegel to discuss those questions. This transcript has been lightly edited.

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