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FRAMINGHAM – City of Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer announced a scholarship in memory of Eurie Stamps Sr. at a rally in front of the Memorial building today, August 15.

But the crowd at the Justice for Eurie Stamps wanted the City’s Mayor to do more.

They wanted her to re-open the investigation into the death of the retired MBTA worker who was killed in his pajamas while lying on his floor in his own house by a Framingham Police SWAT team in January 2011.

The crowd also wanted Mayor Spicer to fire Framingham Police Officer Paul Duncan, who a district attorney investigation determined he accidentally shot him during the drug raid.

Police were seeking Stamps’ step-son, whom they found outside the house.

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