BOSTON, Mass (WBZ-AM) – U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says attacks like the deadly rampage at a Pittsburgh, PA synagogue will not be tolerated in the United States. Sessions made his remarks during a visit to Boston Monday.
Protestors posing as Christian clergymen were boo'ed as they disrupted Session's speech, before the Boston lawyer's chapter of the Federalist Society, at the Omni Parker House.
Sessions was there to talk about the future of religious liberty in the U.S. He says it couldn't come at a more important time.
“Still reeling from the murderous rampage in Pittsburgh this was not just an attack on the Jewish faith, it was an attack on all people of faith it was an attack on American values of people of faith,” Sessions said.
Sessions is vowing the Federal Bureau of Investigation and The Department of Justice will pursue the case with vigor and integrity.
WBZ NewsRadio1030’s Kim Tunnicliffe reports.