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Editor of Boston police union newsletter urged to resign

A minority law enforcement officers group is calling for the editor of a Boston police union newsletter to resign following an outcry over the paper’s content, which critics say is often hostile toward racial and religious minorities and which has prompted several businesses to pull their ads.

Boston police Sergeant Jose Lozano, vice president of the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement ­Officers, said Thursday that ­Officer James Carnell should ­resign as managing editor of Pax Centurion, the newsletter of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association, because of statements he and others have made in the paper that have angered many union members.

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