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Man sues, says he was forced out of meeting

The meeting was about bullying and the death of Phoebe Prince. The meeting was about bullying and the death of Phoebe Prince.
By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / September 29, 2010

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A South Hadley man sued the former head of the town’s School Committee and two police officers in federal court yesterday for allegedly cutting him off and ejecting him from a public meeting after he criticized how school officials handled the bullying of Phoebe Prince. (Full article: 538 words)

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