Rev. Bruce Wall steps down from advocacy group accused of ‘shakedown’ by rail company

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The Rev. Bruce Wall, one of Boston’s most prominent black community leaders, said Thursday that he has stepped down as head of a Dorchester advocacy group that sent a $105,000 invoice to the state’s new commuter rail company for services that were never under contract.

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